Access www.faceBook.com from Firefox redirect to m.faceBook

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I have a problem in access Facebook from Mozilla Firefox. Each time redirects to M.facebook.com. (Mobile version) I've tried:
Delete the cache and history.
Uninstall all the add-ons and extensions.
Replace DNS.
All had no effect.

I try to https://www.facebook.com also had no effect, so reload, redirect it to m.facebook.com setting what should be changed?

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Access www.faceBook.com from Firefox redirect to m.faceBook

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It sometime happens. Deleting cache or history sometimes do not do anything. You should change your internet browser. Delete your browsers with add ons and plug ins. Re-install your browser. Re-installing your browser can solve your problem. You can use the latest version of your browser. You can use Mozilla Firefox 5.0 version. If you have it then just install it or download it from any site. You can download it from this site:

http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/

Download it and install it. If there still any problem change your windows. That's how you can solve your problem.

Answered By 0 points N/A #115237

Access www.faceBook.com from Firefox redirect to m.faceBook

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It is work  Ryder69, I just clear recent history and done. Thanks for your time.

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Access www.faceBook.com from Firefox redirect to m.faceBook

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Instead of typing the correct address you well be redirected to different address in some cases clearing History and cache or removing cookies and disabling of add-ons still doesn’t fix the problem. Here are Quick steps on how to fix this reoccurring problems:

1. Go to “Start”

2. Click “All Programs”

 3. Find “Accessories”

4. Click on “System Tools”

5. Then chose “Disk Cleanup”

Remove all automatically indicated items and then delete all files. This will remove all unnecessary files from your computer particularly malware or spyware, as they generally like to hang out in the Temporary folders.

So don’t waste your time for downloading more viruses or spyware or malware. Do it the easier and fastest approach!

If the problem still exists the best solution to fix this problem is to uninstall your web browser and install it again. You can download a newer version for Mozilla Firefox 6.0 for free and experience faster and more reactive web browsing. 

Good Luck!

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