first thing to say, Screen resolution has no connection with this problem .
Clear "Cache" & "cookies" (Tools >Options> Privacy )
Scan your system with AntiVirus software & Spyware softwares.
Did not think screen settings had anything to do with it, but that was last
change. Prior to that was FF automatic update.
Have done spyware, will do antivirus again - runs every night also. will clear
cache even though that slows down things for awhile. May do a defrag.
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hope this helps.
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Bottom posting is preferred.
My system stopped that nonsense but I do not know why.
I have the same problem, continuosly disk operation, i installed the
full package and problem resolved.
Disable Google Toolbar if not resolved with the full installer.
Restarting my system was showing a XPCom:EventReceiver error, was google
or faulty update integration with the previous instalation of firefox.
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