User Help for Mozilla Firefox
Pandora will not load in Firefox. I go to the pandora website and the area where the player normally loads is white space. I have tried uninstalling, deleting all add-ons and everything else in the Mozilla Firefox folder and reinstalling. It still does not work. I have also uninstalled and reinstalled adobe flash.
Pandora does work in Chrome.
Before I had the problem I added the add-on Better Privacy which deals with flash cookies. What has happened? I have reinstalled with no add-ons and I am still having the problem. I deleted the Mozilla Firefox folder so nothing should be left of the old program.
Did you try a new profile?
http://kb.mozillazine.org/Profile_Manag ... ew_profile
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whoops, sorry I see your link. and now I see the comment saying follow the link. duh!
Just deleted the profile and created a new. Had no affect. Pandora still does not work.
I'd just like to add I'm having the exact same problem, no addons were installed/updated recently and Pandora was working fine 1-2 days ago.
I just discovered this problem as well. Pandora worked fine just a few days ago and still works in Internet Explorer. Could it have anything to do with a recent Firefox update?
yes, same for me; i just updated firefox to 3.5 and now pandora doesnt work.
I was afraid of this. I might have to revert until they fix the problem. I need my Pandora and I refuse to use Internet Explorer.
After further research, it appears that the 64 bit edition of Firefox 3.5 doesn't have a compatible x64 browser edition of Flash, which is why Pandora won't load. Adobe says they're working on it though, http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/6b3af6c9.html
I'm experiencing this on Windows XP 32 bit
use IE tab =D
There's still hope for you then.
I've seen this just today on firefox portable (and firefox). firefox portable wasn't up to date. i updated it and it still didn't work. I'm on a 32 bit system. everything works fine in IE and chrome.
Seems odd this happened all of a sudden.
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