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Forum Thread: Mozilla 4

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Mozilla Foundation
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Mozilla Firefox 3.6.x

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Psy Mozilla 4
Member 15th Apr, 2011 03:24
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User Since: 30th Jan, 2009
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Hi, I have downloaded Mozilla Firefox 4.0 and Secunia still wants me to pass from 3.6.13 to 3.6.14.
Thanks for help. Hug,
Psy

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mogs RE: Mozilla 4
Expert Contributor 15th Apr, 2011 09:07
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Hello Psy.
Take a look at the following thread...it may help :-
http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/810...

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ddmarshall RE: Mozilla 4
Dedicated Contributor 15th Apr, 2011 17:07
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Please supply the path information as described in FAQ 18
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...

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Psy RE: Mozilla 4
Member 16th Apr, 2011 01:16
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Hello mogs and ddmarshall, Antony Wells, pimordia +++

Thank you so much : I've not yet finished reading the links you suggested but my problem has already been solved by following the instructions given by Antony Wells to "primordia".

I do not find ERUNT or ERDNT in the configuration panel. I believe there are still some traces left of a program which I never succeeded to use and thought I had deleted. Can I delete all without any damage ?

Mille mercis,

Psy

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mogs RE: Mozilla 4
Expert Contributor 16th Apr, 2011 04:09
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It's possibly best that you provide some details 'bout the program and version....file paths etc., before someone advise.
You could create a restore point before making any deletion, if uncertain.
I usually uninstall progs with Revouninstaller...if it detects the prog.....it also checks for any leftover files, with different optional levels for clearing out. Some info and free version (at bottom of page); available here, if you're interested :-
http://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_fr...

Hope it helps..........

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Psy RE: Mozilla 4
Member 18th Apr, 2011 01:10
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Dear 'mogs',

Quote : "It's possibly best that you provide some details 'bout the program and version....file paths etc., before someone advise. Sorry..

Is that the data required ? : OS Windows 7
Secunia Tray version 2.0.0.3001

Path : Having read in the meanwhile FAQ 18 as suggested by 'ddmarshall', I hope to be able to send you the troubleshoot report next time I ask for help.

Is that what you meant, please ?

As for ERDNT & ERUNT 2 or 3 files left which I found, I have already deleted them manually (dustbin ?)

I have downloaded (a French version) of the Revo Uninstaller, but I did not install it yet, as I am rather scared about Cleaners, which I have never used, by my own... I will go on reading tutorials before installing and leave things like that in the meanwhile, as Secunia Psi is 100% ok.

Thanking you again for your help.

:) Psy

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Leendert Kip Mozilla 4
Member 18th Apr, 2011 05:24
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Last edited on 18th Apr, 2011 05:40
on 18th Apr, 2011 01:10, Psy wrote:
I have downloaded (a French version) of the Revo Uninstaller, but I did not install it yet, as I am rather scared about Cleaners, which I have never used, by my own... I will go on reading tutorials before installing and leave things like that in the meanwhile, as Secunia Psi is 100% ok.

The Revo Uninstaller is not a registry cleaner but uninstalles software. I have a long time experience and consider it completely safe. Select software to be un-installed from th list, select uninstall and select expert mode from the menu. It leads you through the process. Reading a tutorial is always good. I just was prompted to download the latest version: 1.9.2.0.

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Maurice Joyce RE: Mozilla 4
Handling Contributor 18th Apr, 2011 09:54
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@Psy,
U are very extremely wise to avoid any alleged Registry Cleaner or Optimisers.

I strongly advise U carry out this action if ever advised to use one.

1. Copy the list of files it produces that it claims requires deletion.

2. Ask the person who recommended the cleaner what those files represent (which programme they belong to or which area of the registry is being purged) & how it will improve your PC performance.

3. Get a "cast iron" guarantee that it will not corrupt Windows.

4. Ascertain whether the proposer is prepared to pay any costs to re-establish Windows if things go wrong.

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Anthony Wells RE: Mozilla 4
Expert Contributor 18th Apr, 2011 10:20
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Bonjour Psy ,

I am very much in agreement with what Maurice Joyce has just posted 'above).

Be absolutely 100% sure you know exactly what you are "cleaning up" before you try any kind of cleaning .

Pleased that we were able to help with sorting out the old bits of Firefox ; if you have any other problems you come across , create a new thread and let us see if we can help you again .

As your PSI is back to 100% , like you said , there is no need to "fix" anything :)))

Take good care

Anthony



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mogs RE: Mozilla 4
Expert Contributor 18th Apr, 2011 21:32
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@Psy

Sorry I didn't get back to you before now......busy day workwise. Any rate you've been well looked after and have sorted some things for yourself.
Just to clear up the outstanding query re "Path".....I was referring to the file path....that found when clicking on the + sign alongside any program in psi.
As regards the use of Revo/Registry cleaners....fortunately or unfortunately as it turns out.....I havn't ever had the experience of malware nor mucked up my own machine with using Revo nor Auslogics....so I'm pretty short of resolutions for same. Some do; some don't.....take it slow...let your own good judgement grow....and you'll be advising others before you know it !
Good luck and regards,

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Psy RE: Mozilla 4
Member 18th Apr, 2011 23:54
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Thank you leendert kip, and you all for kindly taking care of me.

Maurice Joyce, you helped me once and was already so nice,
making things easy.

Hoping not to bother you again too soon.
Kind regards to all of you, my helpers

Psy

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Maurice Joyce RE: Mozilla 4
Handling Contributor 19th Apr, 2011 00:00
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Pleased to hear U are OK once again. I would suggest U lock this thread to to protect your mail box from more "tag on" posts or I can do it for U.

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Psy RE: Mozilla 4
Member 19th Apr, 2011 00:07
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on 19th Apr, 2011 00:00, Maurice Joyce wrote:
I would suggest U lock this thread... or I can do it for U.


Oh yes, please, as I forgot how to manage.

So nice of you, thank you again,

Psy


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