I cannot log into Hotmail using Firefox 4.0.1
Although I can log into Hotmail using Internet Explorer, I can no longer sign in when I use Firefox.
A message box comes up saying "You have chosen to open default.aspx which is an aspx File from http://sn123w.mail.live.com"
It also prompts me with "What should Firefox do with this file?", making you have to choose between "open with/Browse" or "save file".
Afterwards, another message pops up which says:
C:\DOCUME~1\xxxx\LOCALS~1\Temp\d0Z4TvxE.aspx.part could not be saved, because the source file could not be read. Try again later, or contact the server administrator.
I attempted a system restore several times but the problem still persists.
I tried to find information about it on the Internet, and I found this page which might explain the problem:
Is there any way to fix this situation aside from erasing my Hotmail account? I asked the help forum on MSN and they told me to contact the Firefox forum about this problem instead.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
由 qiang_to 於 修改
I found that clearing your recent history worked for me, I was no longer able to open my hotmail account in Firefox, only Internet Explorer. Go to: Tools/ Clear Recent History/and make sure all boxes are checked. Hope it helps.
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