Getting runtime error on Firefox

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Today, I have installed fresh copy of my Windows XP with SP2. After installing all needed programs, I tried to open my internet browser – Firefox. But unfortunately, I got an error. Before, Firefox version 3 installer worked fine.

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Runtime Error!

Program: CProgram FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe

R6026

– pure virtual function call

                   OK

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Answered By 20 points N/A #122608

Getting runtime error on Firefox

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Actually, the problem is due to system registry. You should have to download a registry repair to repair your system registry. You should download a registry booster and install it. Scan your computer with it. Fix all the issues, then clean your temporary internet files, then check your Mozilla Firefox if it's working. If it does not start working, then you should have to install the latest version of Firefox.

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Getting runtime error on Firefox

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Hi!

Solution 01

Firefox run time error can occur because of the version you are using. If you are using an old version, just try to download latest version from Mozilla web site. Install it and try it out.

Solution 02

This might also occur when system registry is corrupted or deleted. Use a good Register cleaner. You can download some system registry cleaners and try them out. Be very careful when you are handling system registries. Better if you can go to an expert to fix it. System registry contains all the details of configuration of hardware, software, etc.

Visit this site: http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

Solution 03

Not only that, check for the fault applications which you have in your computer. If you found any, please uninstall it.

Solution 04

Run a system scan and check for viruses, because this error might occur due to the virus effects. Just check out if you are having conflicts of the application in your computer.

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