Getoonde gelabelde vragen: Alle vragen tonen
  • Gearchiveerd

both desktop and laptop flicker with black bands when looking at my site, ferrella.com, does not happen in IE

when viewing my site ferrella.com which uses a wow slider about 8-9 images in on the portfolio pages the images start to flicker and a black band appears on the bottom, a… (meer info)

when viewing my site ferrella.com which uses a wow slider about 8-9 images in on the portfolio pages the images start to flicker and a black band appears on the bottom, also occurs on my laptop which then freezes, both high end dell machines super fast internet connection, and it does not happen in IE, i have emptied cache and history and reinstalled firefox to default settings and have turned off the acceleration thingy, help!

Gevraagd door thomasf, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door thomasf, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Some internet video players have choppy video it goes back and forth between frames.

Some internet video players give you a hint saying to press Esc to exit full screen. I think that the video players that do this use a Mp4 video formats, my problem is th… (meer info)

Some internet video players give you a hint saying to press Esc to exit full screen. I think that the video players that do this use a Mp4 video formats, my problem is that the video goes back and forth between the next and previous frame of the video. he video advances but it has to jump some frames to catch up after going back and forth the sound doesn't jump or gets choppy the sound works fine its just the video. I updated Firefox, Java, and Flash Player but it dint help I works smoothly on Google Chrome.

Gevraagd door Eric1191, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door guigs, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Firefox sync not workin, can't login, forgot password or sign up - none working!

I'm running the latest Firefox v33.0.2 on Windows 8, but i've also tried the following on a laptop running Windows 8 and a Galaxy S5 running Android. Problems started thi… (meer info)

I'm running the latest Firefox v33.0.2 on Windows 8, but i've also tried the following on a laptop running Windows 8 and a Galaxy S5 running Android.

Problems started this morning when i re-installed a laptop running Windows 8 and installed Firefox v33.0.2. I went to setup Sync and couldn't sign in. All known passwords didn't work. I requested to reset the password.

I can't login to Sync, all known passwords dont work.

If i click forgotten password for my main account i get 'Unexpected error'

If i try and create a new Sync account and then Forgotten password as i can't login  :

I receive the forgotton password email, but almost immediately i get the error - Reset password link expired. The link you clicked to reset your password is expired.

If i click the 'Click here to receive a new reset link' i get the error 'Unknown account'

I can't sign up for a new Sync account - it says working, then an error occurred, although i do receive a verify email, but if i click on the link, created less than 2 minutes before it tells me 'Verification link expired The link you clicked to verify your email is expired.'

If i try and sign in, despite receiving a verification email it tells me the account doesn't exist!

So, i can't login to Sync, i can't reset my password and i can't sign up for a new Sync account - Every option simply doesn't work, so i'm assuming everyone must be experience Sync problems if they sign out and try to sign in or setup Sync on a new device?

What's going on with Sync, the whole system seems to be broken?

I've tried this on 3 different devices and get the same results!

Please help!

Gevraagd door matd, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door guigs, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Firefox instant crash, believed to be caused by hijackware, read more..

Attempting to open firefox would result in an instant crash with the mozilla crash reporter opening right after I click to *open* firefox which is not new as reported her… (meer info)

Attempting to open firefox would result in an instant crash with the mozilla crash reporter opening right after I click to *open* firefox which is not new as reported here (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/960905). I uninstall firefox, and then I try to reinstall firefox but cannot. My PC is unable to open any google website, and any mozilla site. Using iexplorer I can search on bing, find firefox but cannot open the webpage with every other page working fine. Same results on opera browser which was not blocked. Cannot open gmail or any google related site. Finding a firefox install from an alternate site (http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/11220080/Firefox_33.0) like on TPB would result in a perfect download although I would be unable to install my newly acquired firefox.

I ran malwarebytes full scan, adwcleaner, trendmicro full scan, MBAR and micrsoft security essentials, nothing came up. Settled with combofix which found and got rid of whatever was doing this, believed to hijackware from this thread (http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie8-windows_other/internet-explorer-wont-open-googlecom-or-any/df88416c-b9fc-40c7-ac11-a672d49fb9ba) except this applied to mozilla as well for an unknown reason. I'll post the combofix log if anyone requests.

Gevraagd door ellis, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door ellis, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

High security flaw in the sync system?

Hi , I've met a very confusing security problem and a serious one , First of all let me give you my account details , username: *******@*mail.com , password: I can provi… (meer info)

Hi , I've met a very confusing security problem and a serious one , First of all let me give you my account details , username: *******@*mail.com , password: I can provide it for you if necessary , And knowing that I only use the sync system on my personal PC (laptop) which is considered as private one used by me only and well protected , and I assume what I'm saying. So one day I was in need to access the Internet on a public PC and as always I love Mozilla Firefox , and I've opened only facebook account , and filled a website form with my email account (the same as my sync username) , Please Notice I've not used the sync(no need to,and not stupid). Once finished I cleared my history and caches. And The enigma comes after two days if I remember correctly , I used a 3g data modem( the Operator was ATM MOBILIS) it was so urgent to me to connect my laptop to the internet,and once connection established , I opened Firefox and discovered that my sync account has been used by someone else and I've found saved passwords that aren't mine and history also, And the stranger part is that the Data (passwords & history) belongs to a person that lives in my city. I recognized him through his facebook photo , I can also Provide you with the Data I've found. I've passed a lot of time thinking of this issue and nothing comes clear yet , So I've decided to ask you to provide me with your helping and assistance , and if I've forget something please let me know.

Waiting for the reply.Thanks in advance.

deleted email address - we have no use for it, but web spiders can gather it for spam purposes

Gevraagd door nasgeneration, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door rfkelly, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Permanent exception for "sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial" error

On my corporate intranet, there are a couple of internal systems with web interfaces that generate the sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial error. Every resource on mozilla… (meer info)

On my corporate intranet, there are a couple of internal systems with web interfaces that generate the sec_error_reused_issuer_and_serial error. Every resource on mozilla.org and other sites that I have found lists only two options: 1. get the admin of the site to fix the problem, or 2. temporarily add an exception

Even the Mozilla support article specifically about this error message is not helpful: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Certificate%20contains%20the%20same%20serial%20number%20as%20another%20certificate

I have asked the exact same question here and the question was closed without an answer as well: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/996094

Nowhere have I been able to find information regarding a permanent exception. I understand that ideally, for a public website, the long term fix will be for the website admin to fix the problem, however there must be a way to permanently add an exception in Firefox to completely ignore this error message. I already tried deleting the "cert8.db" file and this has not resolved the problem. I am not interested in any temporary exceptions or temporary resolutions; I am specifically asking how to permanently ignore this error message.

Thanks.

Gevraagd door danhash, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door danhash, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

tried to install a ID masking program. Deleted it but now times out on every bookmarked web site. Uninstaled Firefox then reinstalled but get same problem. HELP

If I type in a search it will give me a page but will time out when I try to go to the site. It will time out when starting, will not go to my homepage. No problems that … (meer info)

If I type in a search it will give me a page but will time out when I try to go to the site. It will time out when starting, will not go to my homepage. No problems that I noticed before Mask program install.

Gevraagd door Echo5, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door guigs, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Firefox Sync not working...

I was surprised that creating a support account was working... Creating an account for Firefox Sync, is not at all working, When creating the account and submitting it go… (meer info)

I was surprised that creating a support account was working...

Creating an account for Firefox Sync, is not at all working, When creating the account and submitting it got the message that the account didnt exist... Ehh Doooh. off course not thats why im creating it... then 5 seconds later im receiving a verification email, but when i pressed verify, i got the message "The link you clicked to verify your email is expired." and this is just 10 sec after signup...

I guess you just have to be super fast...?

Regards...

OS X Yosemite (10.10) Firefox: 33.0.2

Gevraagd door tlorentzen, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door user709721, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Firefox Hangs when profile location is Offline Files

Hi all, We are having some problems with custom profile locations on windows 7 "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -Profile "U:\Firefox\Profile" We use t… (meer info)

Hi all,

We are having some problems with custom profile locations on windows 7

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" -Profile "U:\Firefox\Profile"

We use the above command to launch firefox. The u drive is a drive that is ALWAYS available for all users. This drive is redirected to the home folder of the user. To sync these folders we use Offline files.

During our testing fase we had no problems at all with this method. But in the last week we receive more and more people complaining that firefox hangs. (Read: no error specific error just stops responding and windows asks to close firefox) In my troubleshooting quest i found that as long as i don't use internet ( so not using our proxy server squid) it all works. But from the moment i try using for example google, firefox stops responding.

The tricky part is that sometimes it happens after 5 minutes, couple of hours, few days. Once it happened after 5 minutes, the only way to solve it is to delete the profile folder on the U Drive and start over.

So any help on identifying this problem is welcome. If more info is needed let me know what you need.

Gevraagd door Michiel Cornille, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door the-edmeister, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

How do I block an extension that wants to automatically install?

I get prompted to install: https://sxp.yimg.com/ei/toolbar/ie/yset_custom_newtab_1_1_0.xpi Please advise, Thanks … (meer info)

I get prompted to install: https://sxp.yimg.com/ei/toolbar/ie/yset_custom_newtab_1_1_0.xpi Please advise, Thanks

Gevraagd door FirefoxUser12, 4 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door guigs, 4 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Probable 'deadly embrace' memory allocation issue between Firefox and Microsoft Update

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box. I observed Firefox memory use rise r… (meer info)

I had my usual "several" (probably 3 to 5) Firefox windows/tabs open ... and Microsoft decided to send an update to my Windows 7 box.

I observed Firefox memory use rise rapidly to nearly 800MB ... while netsvcs.exe did approximately the same thing. (This machine has 2GB of RAM.)

Fortunately I had Windows Performance Monitor running, and was able to determine that Windows Update was the competing activity ... and after-the-fact, determined that it had been installing an update to MS Security Essentials (basically a malware signature update - and I have the ID of the specific update, but since it is a security update, I'm hesitant to post that detail in a quasi-public forum). Usually, such updates install quickly and transparently. I also cannot tell, with confidence, whether the memory consumption was from the process of installing the signature - or the process of scanning for malware presence after the sig was installed (although I'd *guess* the latter). I believe both of those aspects execute within netsvcs.exe.

This happened over a period of approximately an hour, during which about all I could do was "sniff around" to identify the culprits; eventually I killed the Firefox process (hoping that its History feature would allow me to return to my open tabs... which was not quite true).

I have reported the event to Microsoft as well, as it could equally be their problem.

Suggestion: Add instrumentation to Firefox to capture data on sudden increases in RAM use - paying particular attention to outside-the-norm values, in relatively short time periods (minutes, not hours) that do not self-resolve ... and consider whether Firefox can be more aggressive at releasing memory it has "claimed," when things go bad.

(Perhaps collect high-level "physical memory available" data when things begin to "go bad," and capture the "footprint" of Firefox memory use... And perhaps add intelligence to log memory allocation failures somewhere. I don't know with certainty if the issue was fragmentation, or the sheer amount requested, but experience and grey-hair lead me to suspect the former. The only Firefox window/tab that I know might have been a high-memory-consumer was a moderate-sized Google Map covering an urban area of several dozen square miles, so it was a complex image.)

Not suggesting this is Firefox's "fault" -- clearly, both processes were "to blame" in the sense that they didn't handle the situation well... but Firefox might handle it better.

I've seen (and reported) quite a series of memory-utilization issues since 28.0 ... perhaps it's time for a "tiger team" to look into these.

AH - one other detail: I keep Firefox pinned to the Windows task bar, and when it starts, it asks me which profile I want to use (of about 5 choices). When restarting Firefox after identifying all the above... I found that it no longer asked me to choose a profile, and the profile it opened was clearly NOT my most-common profile, which includes (e.g.) all my most-common, site-specific login information. I had to mess around for several minutes to get this profile "back" up and running, and I did not make note of what I tried during that effort.

Gevraagd door BillM, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door FredMcD, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

Preview page fails to load on socail media forums

Hi Folks! I have been an ardent supporter and user of Firefox for a very long time but over the last few weeks I have found that when I go onto a couple of Social Media F… (meer info)

Hi Folks!

I have been an ardent supporter and user of Firefox for a very long time but over the last few weeks I have found that when I go onto a couple of Social Media Forums and reply to a number of 'Topics', the 'Preview' facility will not load up and just sits there with the message 'Fetching preview' but nowt happens!

I can go and have breakfast, lunch & evening meal and the 'Preview' is still being 'fetched' which is weird as well as frustrating.

Dare I say it.....I don't get this 'problem' when using Google Chrome.

While before anyone asks..... I did run the Firefox Update which interestingly told me I was going from 33.0.3 to 33.0.2!

Any help or solution would be really appreciated please.

Gevraagd door Traveller11, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door Traveller11, 5 jaar geleden

  • Gearchiveerd

I have been phished and can't adjust settings without them being sent to an automatic redirected site

opened an email over a month ago from a friend. I got phished. Two days ago they sent the same email under my address and conversed with the recipients, impersonating m… (meer info)

opened an email over a month ago from a friend. I got phished. Two days ago they sent the same email under my address and conversed with the recipients, impersonating me to assure them it was safe and give further instruction. The have also tried to gain further access info to one of my credit cards. I have changed my password, but when I attempt to secure it Firefox notifies me the information will automatically be redirected to a site. can't perform the administration.

Gevraagd door Jim888, 5 jaar geleden

Laatst beantwoord door FredMcD, 5 jaar geleden