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Firefox Loading Issues

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08-09-2007, 04:27 PM
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  Old  Firefox Loading Issues

There are a few things that have popped up with Firefox that really bug me, and force me to use Internet Explorer to view certain sites. For example, when I access any of my site's cPanel with Firefox, it just takes VERY VERY VERY long to load, but when I use IE to load the cPanel is loads in a second.

Another problem with Firefox is that sometimes I can't see certain pictures, for example, the eBay site appears all broken, not showing most of the pictures - why is that?

These problems are becoming really annoying, any ideas?

08-09-2007, 04:46 PM
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Bad plugin or you broken your install.

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Here's what I would do.

Uninstall all of firefox and all its plugins,
Re-install

I use firefox and it happened to me on my c-panel.

Just do the above...

09-28-2007, 04:55 AM
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Uninstall the plugins and uninstall the firefox. It should be fixed. If not make sure your Mozilla firefox folder is 100% deleted after uninstalling.

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Originally Posted by FiRe! View Post
Uninstall the plugins and uninstall the firefox. It should be fixed. If not make sure your Mozilla firefox folder is 100% deleted after uninstalling.
Do we have to uninstall it's plugins separately? I haven't tried that ever. However there are some techniques which can be applied in about:config which have made my FF much faster and reliable.

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