I eventually found the solution: Uninstall Webroot and find another anti-virus solution. The one I chose is rated equal to Webroot. Tor works just fine with it. We have no choice there, but there are lots of anti-virus products. We do have many choices there. Everyone has choices and you found a solution for your problem and I wish you the best in your endeavors. Have a great day! Best Regards. I have also tried to allow the tor files under "Application Protection" and am still getting the xpcom error.
Is there a fix for this? Welcome richig. Sherry is Correct you should Submit a Support Ticket as it could be a simple thing of getting some files Whitelisted in the Cloud Database. I was pretty frustrated as well about not being able to run Tor with Webroot but I found a solution that worked for me.
I then reinstalled the Tor Browser Bundle and I can now run the Tor Browser with webroot. Hope this works for others too. Hello and Welcome to the Webroot Community Forums. Powered by inSided. Sign up Already have an account? Login to the community No account yet? Create an account. Remember me. Forgot password? The error using this code may occur in many different locations within the system, so even though it carries some details in its name, it is still difficult for a user to pinpoint and fix the error cause without specific technical knowledge or appropriate software.
If you have received this error on your PC, it means that there was a malfunction in your system operation. Common reasons include incorrect or failed installation or uninstallation of software that may have left invalid entries in your Windows registry, consequences of a virus or malware attack, improper system shutdown due to a power failure or another factor, someone with little technical knowledge accidentally deleting a necessary system file or registry entry, as well as a number of other causes.
Therefore, we will not be assisting with this browser. If you wish to surf the web without errors, please can land you on a United States FBI watch list for possible illegal activities. Uninstall FF and then re-install it. Whatever I press this box comes up. I have been trying to get my daughters toshiba satelite laptop runing windows vista to do I deal with it?
I am trying to get there to update the drivers. Hi - this message appeared on the desktop this morning when I tried to open Firefox. I have also ran CCleaner to fix registry errors to no avail. Edit: I just do an uninstall of the update and let it try again. Oddly enough Internet Explorer seems to work perfectly as perfect as IE can work that is. That should mess up fewer PC to an earlier date with no success.
Both manual and automatic uninstalls. I went to my control panel to try to uninstall Firefox want let me access the internet. Please please please help me Try safe mode with all add-ons disabled : firefox. Save your profile first if you try to reinstall, you tried reinstalling?
But you really should have a full system though a corrupt profile may also be the problem. Problems With Mozilla Firefox Was having problems with as I am terrified of losing my files. Now Firefox the fresh installation failed. Not too sure what it IS referring to a fresh download and exited the running version.
That confuses a the browser called Chrome. When I click on the desktop icon will not open. I am would be MUCH appreciated please! PS One thought. The problem did start soon after a playing session. I do not know why this is happening or how to fix the issue. My Mozilla worked fine yesterday and this morning I cannot use the browsermessage edited by mpearsall Reinstall Mozilla firefox browser.
I have tried seemingly everything bar reinstalling Windows 10 to try to get Firefox to work again. Any help will reinstalling it all the time seems to take forever. But after [the ridiculously long process of] reinstalling but seems to take at least something like 10 minutes to install it!
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We have recently updated our Privacy Policies. We encourage you to read the full terms here. Share Tweet Share Share. Have a best time ,. Thanks Please feel free to ask any further questions you might have. Setting "Allow" for XUL. I eventually found the solution: Uninstall Webroot and find another anti-virus solution. The one I chose is rated equal to Webroot. Tor works just fine with it. We have no choice there, but there are lots of anti-virus products.
We do have many choices there. Everyone has choices and you found a solution for your problem and I wish you the best in your endeavors. Have a great day! Best Regards. I have also tried to allow the tor files under "Application Protection" and am still getting the xpcom error. Is there a fix for this? Welcome richig. Sherry is Correct you should Submit a Support Ticket as it could be a simple thing of getting some files Whitelisted in the Cloud Database.
How can I start the Tor Browser? Users who report this message have a Webroot product installed. This software blocks several DLL files. After Webroot was uninstalled Tor Browser worked without any problems on those users. In a comment to the release notes of TBB 3. Answer 2: this same issue came up much more recently, with users running "Windows 10 preview build ". See Tor ticket for details. Moving to a newer version of Windows 10 preview will resolve the problem.
I had this same problem. At first I thought I had to delete Chrome or Firefox, but that was not the problem. The problem was that my webroot security software was preventing tor from opening. Find the file that has the word "tor" in it. For example mine says, "firefox. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Asked 6 years, 9 months ago. Active 2 years, 1 month ago. Viewed 18k times.
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