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Firefox 94.0.1 errors running in sandboxie
Yes, I know this is a Sanboxie issue and I wanted to ask Sandboxie support or in forums but, well, there isn't really any support or active forums. Any Firefox users have a suggestion?
Specifically, how would issues with IcmpCreateFile or 'iphlpapi.dll' effect Firefox? A fix would be even better! :D
Sandboxie is generating the following errors when running Firefox in a sandbox on multiple computers. SBIE2303 Could not hook IcmpCreateFile (33, 1655) SBIE2318 DLL initialization failed for 'iphlpapi.dll'
No specific or severe issues are being detected but, after reading the descriptions of SBIE2303 and SBIE2318. The explanation of SBIE2318 for IP controls seems at least somewhat serious.
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Fix Firefox errors?
- Restart your computer. Sometimes problems can be fixed by simply restarting your computer and then starting Firefox again.
- Clear your cookies and cache. ...
- Restart Firefox in Safe Mode. ...
- Restart Firefox in Troubleshoot Mode. ...
- Reinstall Firefox. ...
- Refresh Firefox. ...
- Create a new Firefox profile.
Any Improvement?? Thanks Reagards, -Arman
Sorry Arman, for some reason I failed to see your response even though I checked for a bit over a week.
As a result of the error, Firefox was reinstalled but that didn't help.
Because of the primary question not all information was provided. The error only occurs when Firefox is run in a sandbox (Sandboxie). Except when updating FF it is run in a sandbox about 99.999% of the time. Similar errors have occurred in the past with all eventually being cleared up. (I never hide them.)
Since this is a Firefox within a sandbox error an understanding of what issues might occur is more import than a solution. Just because I'm not "seeing" any issues doesn't mean none exist.
Specifically, can there be serious issues because of the following errors? SBIE2303 Could not hook IcmpCreateFile (33, 1655) SBIE2318 DLL initialization failed for 'iphlpapi.dll'
The error still exists with 95.0 64-bit one a Windows 10 64-bit system.