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Topic # 28920 16-Dec-2008 11:56
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Anyone else's FF useage meter not working?
Can't tell if it's me or not because I'm doing some reinstall work on the laptop after a BSOD. But everything else on FF seems to be working. Have tried reinstalling it. I'll also check the firewall again.

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  Reply # 184483 16-Dec-2008 12:08
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We're not with xnet anymore, but my experiance before exiting has been that the ff usage meter tended to stop working about mid month, then started again all by itself when the new month clicked over.    

Saying that I have another PC running an older version of the ff plugin, and it kept clicking along...

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  Reply # 184491 16-Dec-2008 12:45
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Mine died too.  Think it happened at some stage yesterday.

Never had the problems Kerrin discribes.  It's been going for at least three months solidly (assuming the internet connection was presentWink)

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  Reply # 184499 16-Dec-2008 13:05
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That time frame would fit with me, too. Thanks. :)

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  Reply # 184512 16-Dec-2008 13:42
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Yep, mine has also stopped working. Its becoming a pain to check the website each time, can anyone confirm that your usage is accurate on the website?

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  Reply # 184538 16-Dec-2008 14:47
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It's working again.

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  Reply # 184542 16-Dec-2008 14:58
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Yeah I can confirm it's working again as well.

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