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You can try re-enabling graphics acceleration if and when your graphics driver is updated.
Firefox users have been urged to update their version of Windows as soon as possible.
That is, trying to remove the currently installed version via the Windows XP Control Panel Add/Remove applet is a waste of time.
The first three machines I tried this on resulted in three different outcomes, and the software was not removed on any of the machines.
Firefox says it will keep Firefox 52 updated with security fixes for a little while longer, meaning users won’t be left high and dry just yet.
But overall, Firefox will go down the same path as Google Chrome, which will also only work on newer versions of windows.
Because the Flash installer has never removed older versions of the program.
And why do I bring up removing old versions in the first place?Two versions of the Flash player Even in the best of times, the Flash player is particularly annoying to upgrade because it has to be done twice, once for Internet Explorer and then again for Firefox.The player comes packaged as an Active X control ("control" is nerd talk for "program") for IE and as a "plug-in" for Firefox.Simply viewing a Web page can infect your machine, so removing the old buggy versions of Flash is important.Unfortunately the bugs in Flash extend beyond the player itself, as I learned the hard way while trying to update a handful of machines to the latest version.
The symptoms here are that after you upgrade Firefox to version 33, the browser will launch into a black screen, possibly with a black dialog box (it's asking if you want to choose Firefox to be your default browser).