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    I have a new problem that has surfaced after I installed the MS patches as recommended this past week that has affected my ability to launch Firefox. After clicking on my shortcut or launching from my Start Menu, I get a dialog box that reads, "The procedure entry point JS_SetCheckObjectAccessCallback could not be located in the lynamic link library js3250.dll." I tried to do a restore function and my computer was not able to completely restore the files no mater the date/time stamp I select. This happened with Firefox 3.0.11 so, I thought the problem would resolve itself after installing Firefox 3.5.1. It proved to be false hope. Now, I am stuck to using IE7 on my Vista Home Premium edition. Any ideas for a resolution?

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    Welcome to Woody's Lounge.

    From here.....

    "go to start, run, enter: firefox -profilemanager, and ok the site. Then back to open firefox."
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    [quote name='DocWatson' post='787159' date='02-Aug-2009 02:49']Welcome to Woody's Lounge.

    From here.....

    "go to start, run, enter: firefox -profilemanager, and ok the site. Then back to open firefox."[/quote]



    Thanks, Doc for replying. I followed your instructions and came up with the same problem. Any other ideas I can try?

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    [quote name='grumpy_dog2' post='787165' date='02-Aug-2009 04:09']Thanks, Doc for replying. I followed your instructions and came up with the same problem. Any other ideas I can try?[/quote]

    If you are running ZoneAlarm, look here
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    [quote name='jonWallace' post='787185' date='02-Aug-2009 11:39']If you are running ZoneAlarm, look here[/quote]


    Outstanding, Jon! I do have ZA Extreme Security but, running Vista. Went ahead and followed the procedures and the problem was solved. So, added note, this procedure works for XP and Vista with Firefox 3.5.1. My most sincere appreciation for your assistance and I feel I have gained a bit more knowledge as a result. Thanks, again.

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