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I have problem loading some web sites.

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I have problem loading some web sites. For example the image in Google page is gone, and web sites such as Facebook and YouTube do not load properly. Some web sites are fine. They do not look right. I tried uninstalling and re-installing Firefox, but it did not solve the problem. I would appreciate if you can help me solve this problem.

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Make sure that you allow pages to choose their colors and that you haven't enabled High Contrast in the Windows Accessibility settings.

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Ok Guys and gals, Here is a CLUE ! I have the same problem as listed above. Here is the clue, but I don't know how it figures into the scheme of things.

I have 2 users set up for my vista OS. The admin user, Fire fox 6.02 works fine. The second user is my name and its fire fox 6.02 is screwed up. I can load Gmail, yahoo, Boost mobile and others in the second user login. But if I log in as Administrator the Fire fox is fine. Fast, clean and stable.

So Some how my settings in the user #2 is or has corrupted and or changed ! I didnt do it, Firefox somehow changed the settings or became corrupt in my #2 user login account using Firefox 6.02.

Now I have tried to use a new user in fire fox and that did not fix firefox for user #2 on Vista.

I also disabled AD BLOCKER and that didnt help either.

SO my only observation is that the VISTA user #2 account utilizing FireFox 6.02 has changed some how and won't load web pages properly.

Vista User account #1 Fire fox works Fine...

Any idea? how to get user accounts FireFox 6.02 to work properly ?

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It sounds as if one of your profiles got damaged. If you have no backup, the best thing is probably just to make a new one for that account. Back up the bookmarks first. After you get the profile working, back it and the other one up, so that they will be easier to restore. Did this happen right after an automatic update? That seems to be a common occurrence these days.

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If you ever updated Firefox as that user then Windows may have stored files in the VirtualStore folder.

You can check if there are files in that location.

C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox