When I open Hotmail the following dialog opens. Opening ADSAdClient31.dll You have chosen to open ADSAdClient31.dll Which is a: Application Extension from:http://rad.msn.com What should Firefox do with this file? Open with dllfile(default) [PULL DOWN MENU'S OTHER OPTION IS "Other..."] I have to press cancel 6 times in order to remove the dialog from my inbox screen or twice from a message window.
this looks like a server error (wrong mime-type)
(In reply to comment #1) > this looks like a server error (wrong mime-type) Are you suggesting that it is at msn's server. I have no problem with this on my XP Professional machine, only on my ME machine.
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Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 14 years ago
Resolution: --- → EXPIRED
This was actually a dup of the Tech Evangelism bug 189412.
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