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I downloaded freeradiofmonline's tool bar to Firefox but it disappeared, and when I try re-installing it, I get a message saying that it is already installed.

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I downloaded from the website www.freeradiofmonline.com some software for listening to FM radio stations broadcasting via streaming. It worked fine. Then the toolbar for this disappeared. When I try to reinstall it I get a message saying that it is already installed. How do I either bring it back or uninstall it so that I can reinstall it?

I downloaded from the website www.freeradiofmonline.com some software for listening to FM radio stations broadcasting via streaming. It worked fine. Then the toolbar for this disappeared. When I try to reinstall it I get a message saying that it is already installed. How do I either bring it back or uninstall it so that I can reinstall it?

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On the keyboard, hit Alt then V then T and see if that Toolbar is in the menu drop-down. If so, click on that Toolbar so that it has a check-mark - meaning it is selected to show all the time.

On the keyboard, hit '''Alt''' then '''V''' then '''T''' and see if that Toolbar is in the menu drop-down. If so, click on that Toolbar so that it has a check-mark - meaning it is selected to show all the time.