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FPCH New Member
Sep 2, 2007
I seem to have an annoying problem that I can't fix and hopefully somebody has an idea about putting it right. I am using XP
btw. I use Firefox as my browser.

I have always used the run command line to go access particular sites using it that way it would retain the address as part of a drop down list. It would retain this list until I cleared it out with say CrapCleaner and then start again. After my most recent clear out however nothing I write is retained so the drop down is blank. Further more if I write something in the box I get an error message saying it couldn't be found with the thudding windows error music however it does go to the address I put it in.

I am not even sure how best to describe the category the problem fits in . Anyway I am hopeful that somebody can come up with a solution.


FPCH Member
Jun 29, 2007
PC Experience
Operating System
have you tried restore firefox defaults..or uninstalling it and re-installing it.
can we have more info please,and some info on what you have tried.


FPCH Long Term Member
Feb 7, 2007
South Africa
This thread appears to be solved and is now closed

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