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Mozilla Firefox browser help
#1
I haven't been able to access some websites (SRWG, dalong.net, MAHQ, etc.) using Firefox on my laptop. However, I don't encounter this problem on my phone. That rules out an issue with the ISP. 

My phone uses Chrome so I tried that browser on my laptop. It's worse than Firefox (can't even go to http://www.google.com). I've uninstalled Firefox, deleted my profile, ran anti-virus/malware programs, and tried Firefox safe mode. Still, the problem persists.

Has anyone encountered a similar predicament? Is there a fix?
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#2
Assuming you're using some version of Windows, have you tried safe mode with networking if possible?
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#3
Maybe system restore to a few weeks ago might do the trick?
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#4
Apparently, adding "https://" before the site address fixes the problem. Although, once in a while, this site doesn't load fully: white background, most text are on the left side, and only certain images are visible (site banner and avatars).
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#5
Sometimes it happens. Adding https causes the site to behave oddly, tho.
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(07-02-2018, 04:26 PM)Garou Wrote: I haven't been able to access some websites (SRWG, dalong.net, MAHQ, etc.) using Firefox on my laptop. However, I don't encounter this problem on my phone. That rules out an issue with the ISP. 

My phone uses Chrome so I tried that browser on my laptop. It's worse than Firefox (can't even go to http://www.google.com). I've uninstalled Firefox, deleted my profile, ran anti-virus/malware programs, and tried Firefox safe mode. Still, the problem persists.

Has anyone encountered a similar predicament? Is there a fix?

I've literally had the same problem a few times as well the last few months, and also all on this laptop I'm currently useing. My only quick fix was to annoyingly do a system roll back. =/
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#7
Since it's a laptop, have you thought about getting a new wireless card? It's one of the few parts you can actually swap out easily, and that might be the source of your problems.
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#8
Never really occured to me. It's pretty old, so it might now be worth the effort. It's like a 5+ year old hand me down Toshiba satelite.
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