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I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

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I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

Every time I open Firefox there is a message saying I do not have the latest version so I click on this to upgrade. I have not reached version 9.0.1.111 and the message still appears. Is there any way to download the latest version without the in betweens?

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Re: I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

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Re: I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

Thanks for your help but this just took me to the same place and only downloaded updates one by one and I have to click in and out of it every time. I was looking for something that I could leave to run on it's own.

Shooting Star Contributor

Re: I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

Hi,

It would be helpful if you could post a Screenshot of the message that you are being made to repeatedly click: Add images: Browse below Post a Reply on this page.

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Re: I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

Your UserAgent string in Firefox is probably messed up by another program that you installed. Try resetting your UA prefs and see if that solves that message.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_Agent

type about:config in the URL bar and hit Enter
If you see the warning, you can confirm that you want to access that page.
Filter = general.useragent.
Right-click the preferences that are bold, one line at a time, and select Reset.
Then restart Firefox

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Re: I have now downloaded 111 updates and more are waiting so is there a way I can download all at one?

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If you still get that message after having confirmed that you run the latest Firefox version then you may be opening the www.google.com/firefox site.

The www.google.com/firefox site was used in Firefox 3 versions.
Current Firefox 4+ versions no longer use that Google website as the home page, but use the build-in about:home page as the home page.
Google no longer seems to maintain that page and assumes that you use an older Firefox version if you still visit that site and warns you that you use an older Firefox version and suggests to update.
You can ignore that message if you run the latest Firefox version as reported in the "Help > About" window (Firefox is up to date).
You can use another page as the home page like about:home or www.google.com or www.google.com/ig (iGoogle).