Install the latest Firefox on Windows XP Embedded gives the error: "this application has failed to start because pdh.dll not found."

I try to install the latest browser (normalized), sure I can the old computer of Windows XP Embedded. Hardware does not meet the 'recommended material' a Pentium 4 (it has a P3). I tried at first installation/bar of Firefox version 28, and that seemed to work well. Version 36 gives error that I said in the question. It is not essential that I run the * last * version of Firefox (the browser is ONLY used for an intranet application), but I would like to install the latest version that will work, and if there is a simple solution for this version, I want to explore that.

Kind regards

 Gerrat

Hi gerrat, it is probably best to use the version of esr firefox 31 in your case: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/

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