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I'm running Windows 2000 and Firefox tries to auto-update which causes my browser to only read the upper 1/2" on my current page. What do I do to correct this
I had Firefox 12 installed. I wake up in the morning to find that an update has taken place and I must reinstall Firefox 4 to get a browser which works. Otherwise my browser screen only shows the upper 1/2" of any web page.
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IIRC fx12 was the last version to support Windows 2000, .
Rather than downgrading to the fx4, which I seem to recall was rather a memory hog you would do better to downgrade to the latest of the ESR10 versions. That at least is more secure than anything else you could install.
Make sure you keep the copy of the installer safe, of whatever version you do install. Do not go on the internet with it until you have disabled the upgrading.
ESR10 is not officially supported, and now only available as an ftp download. See Install an older version of Firefox (I have sent a link by private message)
To prevent upgrades clear the url value of the pref app.update.url
You will need to
- go into about:config
- accepting any warnings
- search for the pref using the search box provided
- when found select & right click, and edit out the url value
I am sure I do not need to say that
- running outdated Firefox versions on the internet is not recommended.
- ESR is not intended for use other than by developers, corporations etc