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    Windows Update at it AGAIN!

    I loaded some new windows updates including one for Net Framework 3.5.1 today and it totally screwed up FF 6.0.2. I had to do a restore of my C: partition. Beware!
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    Do you have the KB number.
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    RR,

    Sorry, NO I didn't write them down before installing and there were 7 of them. 6 were Win 7 64bit updates and the one was the .NET framework 3.5.1 security update. Below is what now, after restoring a month old image, shows up.
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    How did it affect Firefox?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mart44 View Post
    How did it affect Firefox?
    It made all the fonts smaller, the Ctrl+Scroll Wheel didn't work reliably, it really slowed down, Jefferson's Grease Monkey script for new posts wouldn't start unless I signed out and signed in again, among other things. Restoring the C: drive fixed everything!
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    Thanks RG, I have 2 x 32bit systems (does that make 1 x 64bit) LOL
    Have you tried this method of posting images ? Attachment 29153
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