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I dont understand the hep page for Lsot Bookmarks - can someone guide me 
please? I need to know what to look for (instructions in how to do it) As I 
dont know what im doing im new to using PC's 


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RAJA SINGH wrote:
> I dont understand the hep page for Lsot Bookmarks - can someone guide me 
> please? I need to know what to look for (instructions in how to do it) As I 
> dont know what im doing im new to using PC's 

please keep your posting together so we can follow whats 
going on. Thanks.

Close FF.  Now, using your file manager, locate the FF 
profile.  To locate the profile, you can read this: 
http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/edit#profile

but if you're using windows, then you must read this first: 
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/tips/hiddenfiles.mspx

Once you've found your FF profile, locate the file 
bookmarks.html. This contains the bookmarks. Do you have 
one? If so, then delete the file localstore.rdf.  Restart 
FF.  Do the bookmarks show?

If not, then close the program, go back into the profile, 
and delete any files such as bookmarks.bak, bookmarks.temp, 
bookmarks.moztemp, or anything similar.  Restart FF.  Do 
they show up now?

If you don't have the file bookmarks.html, then look inside 
the directory of bookmarkbackups and you will see some 
backups of your bookmarks.  Copy the one that contains the 
biggest file size, to the one directory above 
bookmarksbackups.  Now rename this file to bookmarks.html.

Any more questions? Come back.

-- 
Please do not email me for help.  Reply to the newsgroup 
only.  And only click on the Reply button, not the Reply All 
or Reply to Author.  Thanks!

Peter Potamus & His Magic Flying Balloon:
http://www.toonopedia.com/potamus.htm
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Peter
8/18/2007 6:00:26 PM
RAJA SINGH wrote:
> I dont understand the hep page for Lsot Bookmarks - can someone guide me 
> please? I need to know what to look for (instructions in how to do it) As I 
> dont know what im doing im new to using PC's 
> 
> 

There are several help pages for Lost Bookmarks, which one are you 
referring to?

Here is another one that uses different language to explain the problem 
and what to do
http://home.att.net/~cherokee67/fflostbkmk.html
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Moz
8/18/2007 6:35:16 PM
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