Firefox does not open, but is rather the error message "Unable to read the configuration file." He has worked in the past, but not now.

Firefox does not open, but is rather the error message "Unable to read the configuration file." He has worked in the past, but not now.

I REINSTALL 10 TIMES SO DON'T TELL ME THAT!
I'm piss because I need firefox work again, so I can finish my reseaching in 5 days.

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