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Obi Wan
08-12-2010, 15:24
I've been getting a LOT of these messages over recent weeks...

Oops! This page appears broken. HTTP 404 - File not found.
I haven't noted any other operational issues with my desktop PC running XP/SP2 and Firefox 3.6.6.

I'm thinking, but not positive, that these started showing up when I updated Firefox a few weeks back, but I've been so darn busy, including travel, that I can't say for sure.

Ideas? Suggestions?

Thanks! :wavey:

GIockGuy24
08-12-2010, 18:56
Firefox is up to 3.6.8 now. It updates best if you update manually instead of letting it update automatically. Since 3.6.6 the "plug-in container" has been an issue. The latest version is suppose to have some fixes.

http://download.cnet.com/mozilla-firefox/

Download the latest version and run the installer to manually update Firefox.

Obi Wan
08-14-2010, 09:47
OK, update complete. We'll see what happens now.

Thanks. :wavey:

Obi Wan
08-27-2010, 12:27
Well, I've had Firefox updated to 3.6.8 now for about two weeks and I'm still getting the messages...

Oops! This page appears broken. HTTP 404 - File not found.

I'm not getting as many as I was, but still getting them.

Any other ideas?

GIockGuy24
08-28-2010, 14:44
Check if you have any toolbars installed. Some may have been installed automatically. Read here.

http://www.dr5.org/how-to-remove-urlseek20-vmn-net-and-the-mybrowserbar-com-malware/

Obi Wan
08-31-2010, 10:16
Check if you have any toolbars installed. Some may have been installed automatically. Read here.

http://www.dr5.org/how-to-remove-urlseek20-vmn-net-and-the-mybrowserbar-com-malware/
Thanks for that link. That was it. The browser bar that PDF Creator installed didn't show on any list or was ever visible. It was identified in the Add/Remove list as "Search 1.2.3".

Again, appreciate it.