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    Firefox not working properly...

    i'm using ubuntu 12.04LTS... in my firefox there r some pages are not opened, it loads that pages continuously.. but not opened.. help me...

    i also did reset the firefox and using version 19.. unopen pages example: firefox add on page, outlook.com etc..... help me..
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    Re: Firefox not working properly...

    Hello!

    Can you give an example of a page that is giving you difficulty?

    Thanks!


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    Re: Firefox not working properly...

    outlook.com, fire fox addon page, etc....

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    Re: Firefox not working properly...

    Would you try to run Firefox in safe mode from the terminal and see if things go any faster?

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    firefox -safe-mode
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    Question Re: Firefox not working properly...

    i'm also tried in safe mode, but not load the page properly... my add-on's are also disable in safemode... wat can i do??

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    Re: Firefox not working properly...

    Try opening the pages in chromium to verify that firefox is the problem.

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    To install chromium you can either do it via the software-center, or hitting WindosKey+A type "chromium" into the dash and it should be available to download, or do it via terminal by typing sudo apt-get install chromium-browser.

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