I can't start firefox even in safe mode.

I can't start firefox. It is said that it can not load the profile. The profile files are there, I believer.
I can't start firefox even in safe mode, by holding down the SHIFT key.
I stopped firefox when he tried to do a refresh (it took a long time).
So there is a record of old data that I copied the default profile folder.

Hmm, also:

arlener said

.. There's a data folder I copied the default profile folder.

If you want to use the content of the profile that you copied return, make sure that they don't are not 'nested' a layer down in the profile folder.

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