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    Crossbrowser

    I wasn't watching what I was doing this morning and now I have something on my laptop called Crossbrowser. Using Revo I uninstalled it but apparently didnt get it all...HELP! how the @#$% can i get rid of this?
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    Thanks Joe That is pretty much what I'm doing... It completely wiped out I.E.11, and Firefox barely works. Running Malwarebytes now. Good thing for a back up laptop.
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    If your other computer has FF working AOK, first with FF off, copy these from that computer onto your present FF-dorked computer:
    Users [user acct] AppData Local Mozilla
    Users [user acct] AppData Roaming Mozilla
    -- that will restore FF to whatever condition the good computer has FF.
    "Take care of thy backups and thy restores shall take care of thee." Ben Franklin revisited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RolandJS View Post
    If your other computer has FF working AOK, first with FF off, copy these from that computer onto your present FF-dorked computer:
    Users [user acct] AppData Local Mozilla
    Users [user acct] AppData Roaming Mozilla
    -- that will restore FF to whatever condition the good computer has FF.
    Thanks Bruce and RolandJS..... Everything now seems to be back to normal in I.E. Roland I will follow your suggestion on getting FF back in shape as well.
    Thanks John
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