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The above picture will show you what's going on, multiple web pages I load look like that, in a strange text format, YouTube and many other pages won't load properly, and it only does it in Firefox, all other browsers work fine..

Any idea as to why this may be happening?

I tried uninstalling & reinstalling Firefox, went from 5.0 back to 4.0, same thing...

It just started to do it for no reason, I haven't updated or changed anything, and I run scanners frequently...

UPDATED: I don't know what was wrong, maybe my cookies got corrupted or infected, but when I cleared all history (everything), it started working properly instantly... (So now you know how to fix this issue, yay!)
Edited by _GTech - 7/17/11 at 6:57am
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Looks like page style got changed.
Go to View/page style/switch between basic page style and no style see if resembles what you where seeing.


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When a web page looks like that it means that the CSS stylesheet is not loading. Could be that some odd hidden setting is enabled, one which blocks CSS? Try uninstalling Firefox again, make sure you delete ALL files before reinstalling it.
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