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I keep getting a unknown pop up just recently started.

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I keep getting a unknown pop up after recently up grading FF. I have not seen this before and can`t find out what plugin if any it is coming from. All it does is ask if i want to refresh FF now or later. See the attached image.

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Isisombululo esikhethiwe

This doesn't appear to any message that would come from the Firefox browser itself.

According to your system details, it looks like you have a lot of add-ons installed on Firefox. It's most likely one of them that's creating this message, although I don't see any obvious one that would be causing the problem.

The best way to check if it's an add-on issue is to run in Firefox Safe Mode for a little bit to see if the message appears. This mode temporarily disables your add-ons.

If the message doesn't appear when in Safe Mode, you'd have to find out which add-on is causing the issue via trial and error by disabling them one at a time. It's not uncommon for video downloading add-ons to have this type of behaviour, although there's no add-on name that pops out at me when I looked at the list.

Hope this helps.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

This doesn't appear to any message that would come from the Firefox browser itself.

According to your system details, it looks like you have a lot of add-ons installed on Firefox. It's most likely one of them that's creating this message, although I don't see any obvious one that would be causing the problem.

The best way to check if it's an add-on issue is to run in Firefox Safe Mode for a little bit to see if the message appears. This mode temporarily disables your add-ons.

If the message doesn't appear when in Safe Mode, you'd have to find out which add-on is causing the issue via trial and error by disabling them one at a time. It's not uncommon for video downloading add-ons to have this type of behaviour, although there's no add-on name that pops out at me when I looked at the list.

Hope this helps.

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