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Firefox "Server Not Found

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by bannor1, Nov 6, 2007.

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  1. bannor1

    bannor1 Thread Starter

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    I have Firefox 2.0.0.9
    When I first start Firefox and click on any link or type a URL, the program changes to a new page saying "Server not found". I have found that it might be somthing pertaining to the add ons. I have 5 installed at this time. They are all working fine but one or all of them seems to be the culprit. If I disable or enable any one of them or all of them then close Firefox and restart I then have no problem with the browser at all as long as I don't restart my computer. Then I have to go through the same steps all over again in order to use Firefox. This problem was not an issue when I first started using this new version. It started approximately a week later. I have also completely uninstalled this version, downloaded a new copy and installed only to find the problems still exists. I have Windows XP
    Any ideas would be very welcome.
    Thanks
    Bruce
     
  2. Rivera42

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    There's been some trouble with 2.0.0.9 since its release. It's the quintessential work-in-progress.
    http://forums.techguy.org/web-email/647725-firefox-wont-start.html
    You may wish to check the forums at news.mozilla.org for topics relating to problems with 2.0.0.9; there has been a lot of such discussion lately.
    I think FF has begun spell checking me at random, as I'm seeing the typos highlighted despite never having enabled this setting.
     
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