Is this suppose to be empty under user/name/appdata/roaming / / mozilla extensions

I recently used Dr Web Cure it to find Trojans and the file path he showed for the Trojan horses was user/name/appdata/roaming / / mozilla extensions and after it deleted Firefox extensions acted buggy for example I updated VTzilla and it didn't ask me to restart Firefox, so I closed Firefox and uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox will be I installed the version which is and after I tried Update VTzilla again and no problem but when I updated Firefox VTzilla has been disabled and the new version 1.2 is supposed to to work with Firefox version 8 he gave me message saying its not compatible so I deleted it and reinstalled it again other that all other extensions seem to be working for now but the second extension folder is empty under user/name/appdata/roaming / / extensions mozilla so is my Firefox will to be very good or not?

Actually Firefox wasn't the real problem, it was my Windows OS, it was corrupted, I had to reinstall it.

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