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Firefox won't load site. other browsers work fine

I'm trying to access a web page from share point for work but it keeps throwing me an error code. I can open the page fine in other browsers. error.aspx?ErrorCorrelation… (read more)

I'm trying to access a web page from share point for work but it keeps throwing me an error code. I can open the page fine in other browsers.

error.aspx?ErrorCorrelationId=f962d49f-8000-c000-3973-9e39aeb1b0d7&ErrorText=Can't load the application on this page. Use the browser Back button to retry. If the problem persists%2C contact the administrator of the site and give them the information in Technical Details.&ErrorDetails=Error%3A Error initializing application. Error%3A Error%3A Error preloading the page-based application. Error%3A [Exception... "File error%3A Corrupted"%20 nsresult%3A "0x8052000b (NS_ERROR_FILE_CORRUPTED)"%20 location%3A "JS frame %3A%3A https%3A%2F%2Fmodern.akamai.odsp.cdn.office.net%2Ffiles%2Fsp-client%2Fsp-pages-assembly_en-us_c5b741fefc9b5a5c92ad9f6b2face310.js %3A%3A lmp7%2Fh<%2Fe.prototype._getName %3A%3A line 1"%20 data%3A no]&ErrorCategory=spfx&Workload=SPPages&Name=SpfxLoad

I talked to the administrator and he said it was a firefox problem.

Asked by mojack266 1 year ago

Last reply by jscher2000 - Support Volunteer 1 year ago

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HDMI Audio Not Woring in Firefox.

Here's the problem: when I try to play a Youtube or other video in Firefox, the sound cuts out after 1 second. Then silence. I have tried everything. I updated drivers.… (read more)

Here's the problem: when I try to play a Youtube or other video in Firefox, the sound cuts out after 1 second. Then silence.

I have tried everything. I updated drivers. I tried fixing sound in the sound settings. Nothing works.

This seems only to be a problem with the HDMI output, as it seems fine when I use Bluetooth. However, it is only a problem with Firefox, because it works fine in Chrome and Edge.

Asked by r.thomas.wright 1 year ago

Last reply by r.thomas.wright 1 year ago

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Banking Logon

Today I tried to log in to my HSBC account from Firefox 89.0.1, which I have been doing from Firefox for several years. The HSBC home page displays as normal, but when I… (read more)

Today I tried to log in to my HSBC account from Firefox 89.0.1, which I have been doing from Firefox for several years. The HSBC home page displays as normal, but when I press the Log on button I get the following message


Bad Request

Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand. Size of a request header field exceeds server limit.


I have rung HSBC, who say there is no problem at their end and I should try another browser, and the website works perfectly on Google Chrome. Why should this have happened, what changes have Mozilla made to the browser to cause this problem?

I already have to use Chrome to access my M&S Money account due to incompatibility between that website and Firefox. Should I change my default browser to avoid future problems?

Asked by Ken Cooper 1 year ago

Last reply by FredMcD 1 year ago

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Zoom Meetings Add-In for Outlook Hangs

I cannot add a Zoom meeting to an Outlook meeting using my Outlook Web app. The Zoom add-in is installed and the button appears in the Web app. When I click it, I get the… (read more)

I cannot add a Zoom meeting to an Outlook meeting using my Outlook Web app. The Zoom add-in is installed and the button appears in the Web app. When I click it, I get the message "Zoom is working on your Add a Zoom Meeting request." But it just hangs there.

The Zoom add-in works using my Outlook Desktop client on the Mac and using Outlook Web in Chrome. Firefox seems to be the issue. Any idea what I can try to fix this?

Asked by Greg Selvin 1 year ago

Answered by Greg Selvin 1 year ago

Firefox browser

Dear Folks, I am new here, Introducing , my name is Pendragon... I've been searching for a solution for ages now, and i can't find it The question is : "HOW do I Set Fir… (read more)

Dear Folks, I am new here, Introducing , my name is Pendragon... I've been searching for a solution for ages now, and i can't find it The question is : "HOW do I Set Firefox to open a new tab When opening a link within a Web Page Automatically  ? Reason: I find it very confusing, when the links I open (from the same web page) end up on the same TAB -->I never know how to shut the new page down eg by either clicking the back arrow or close the page (Black X)--> If I choose the wrong option, I loose the original page. Can anyone please suggest a solution? Many thanks

Asked by pendragon2 4 weeks ago