I recently downloaded the newest version of Mozilla Firefox, which I use as my internet browser.
Now, when I open firefox, it won't detect that I am connected to the internet.
I have tried uninstalling and re-installing Firefox, but to no avail.
I also tried this solution which I found on the Firefox User Forum:
"There have been many reports about this problem since the release of ZoneAlarm version 3. There is a bug in ZA that will cause its database to become corrupt. This usually happens after you upgrade to a new ZA release, but it can also happen after you restart your computer, etc.
ZoneLabs recommends that you uninstall ZoneAlarm, delete all files in the Internet Logs folder and reinstall ZoneAlarm. But, the problem has been narrowed down to one specific file (IAMDB.RDB). Here is an easier way to solve the problem:<ul>[*]Shut down ZoneAlarm[*]Open the folder C:\Windows\Internet Logs
(or C:\WinNT\Internet Logs if you're running Windows NT or 2000).[*]Delete the file IAMDB.RDB[*]If the file BACKUP.RDB exists delete that file as well[*]Restart your computer[*]Start ZoneAlarm (the file IAMDB.RDB will automatically be recreated)"[/list]
*BUT* my computer will not let me delete these files.
I have Zone Alarm updated and will all the right settings - I deleted and added Firefox under the Program Control Tab, and gave Firefox trusted access to the internet.
Is there anything else I can do?
I can't find any more help on the Firefox website...
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)