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    FireFox not closing (FP 2003)

    I am a web designer and have FrontPage on my on a Dell 530 Dual Core Quad computer. I have IE 6 and Foxfire on the computer. I test my pages using FireFox and close it. When I go back to try to open it whether from FP or outside of it, I can't open. In task manager, I find Firefox has not closed. I have XP Pro with 3 Gigs of RAM. I have no problem with IE.

    Firefox works fine when I don't try to open from FP.
    Harv

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    Re: FireFox not closing (FP 2003)

    What version of Firefox?
    What Firefox add-ons do you have?

    In your IE internet options, what program have you set as your HTML editor?

    This may be a Firefox issue...

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    Re: FireFox not closing (FP 2003)

    I think you're right. I just opened Firefox and noticed that it was updating. It completed now, but It may have been updating and that is why it didn't close. The plug-ins I have are Quicktime 4.5, Adobe Acrobat 8.0, and Windows Media 11. This didn't happen on my Celeron which had XP Pro as well. The version of Firefox is 2.0.0.16.

    Thanks for your help.

    Harv

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    Re: FireFox not closing (FP 2003)

    The latest version of Firefox is 3.0.1, the Quicktime plugin is 7.5 and Acrobat Reader is 9.0. Might this explain some of the problems? It might be worth updating to these latest versions.
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