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McAfee SiteAdvisor quit working

Win XP Home
FireFox
This utility suddenly stopped working in FireFox. Removed and reloaded, but still no joy. Works OK in MSIE 7.

I get the offer to upgrade, but when I click on "No Thanks", that screen reappears.

Any suggestions?

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Am a bit unclear...

In reply to: McAfee SiteAdvisor quit working

at the moment but as I recall there is something different about updating SiteAdvisor in Firefox. Its and add-on but not handled like updates are done in Firefox.

If it was me I would uninstall the add-on and start fresh with a new Firefox install from here.

http://www.siteadvisor.com/download/ff.html

Follow the instructions to a "T"... think that is the way I updated mine.

Hope this helps... good luck!

Glenn

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That Worked

In reply to: Am a bit unclear...

Also running "NoScript" and found that had to be shut down long enough to download and install SiteAdvisor.

Many thanks---

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You're welcome...

In reply to: That Worked

It's always good to know when a solution works. I remembered updating it was different. I have "NoScript" add-on installed but mainly keep it disabled because it "bugs" me so much... not a good idea though!

Thanks for reporting the results.

Glenn

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