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    Please note we are not uninstalling your profile. Do you use Norton? Posted January 11th, , 8: Once you download the Portable version, run it and check if that solves your problem.

    Thunderbird will not open

    Thunderbird will not open

    Thunderbird will not open

    Thunderbird will not open

    Thunderbird will not open

    Full Fix: Mozilla Thunderbird won’t open in Windows 10, 8,1, 7

    Thunderbird and Firefox both operating fine. Allowed a Windows update and neither would open. Both gave a message to close since another instance was currently running. Clearing error message made no difference nor would restart of OS. Restoring system to point when they did open made no difference. Corrected problem with Firefox by changing profile. Thunderbird still showing error message. Windows auto update happened and then Thunderbird no longer showed any sign of opening although Firefox continued to work fine.

    Installing Thunderbird Beta update made no difference. Uninstalled Thunderbird and reinstalled with no progress. Cleaned registry and ran anti malware utility without any positive results. Have tried Thunderbird P and other suggestions. Modified October 6, at The fact that you are getting a new 'parent.

    Thunderbird will not open

    Right click on the. On 'General' tab It should say 'Open's with: When did you use it? Now Clear all Windows cache files: It will contain your profile name folder, but it's not the one which Thunderbird uses to contain all your profile accounts etc. Windows creates it and uses it as a cache. Please delete all the listed profile name folders usually called 'xxxxxxxx.

    As you do not have any other profile names and everything has now been cleared in Windows cache files, edit the 'profiles. It will look similar to the image shown below. Toad-Hall Thank you for replying. I tried your ideas but still Thunderbird will not open.

    Thunderbird will not open

    In my problem description, I failed to mention two things. At your urging, I tried starting Thunderbird just after a restart but with Task Manager open and there was not even a flicker of evidence of Thunderbird starting. It was after that when I got no response from clicking on the Thunderbird icon. I even clicked on the Thunderbird. It was later that I uninstalled Thunderbird and reinstalled it.

    One good thing, I made copies of the important objects within the profile including the Mail folder, and the ebook. I have them in a safe place. Regardless, this is still a problem-Thunderbird will not open! I recycled the parent. If you saw a parent. So removing it was a good idea. Still In Windows safe mode, start thunderbird in safe mode Start Thunderbird in Safe Mode by holding down the Shift key while starting the application. Thunderbird folder and put in safe place. Thunderbird folder and uninstalled Thunderbird.

    Clicking on Thunderbird normal mode or safe mode takes me to profile manager. Tried creating a new profile resulting in error message as follows:. Probably the chosen folder isn't writable. I find a new empty profile folder within the profiles folder every time I repeat the above process. When I open the profile manager there are none listed. Can you do the following and report back on each step. Please note we are not uninstalling your profile. Does the thunderbird uninstall wizard appear?

    Thunderbird will not open

    Confirm Thunderbird has been removed from the list. Now check it really has gone. If using 32 bit: If it has not gone: The Thunderbird Uninstall Wizard opens up. Click the Uninstall button to begin removing Thunderbird from your computer.

    Click the Finish button to complete the removal. Right click on the helper. UAC will ask if you want to make the changes, say yes. Please report back on results, stating whether Thunderbird program uninstalled correctly via control Panel method or whether you needed to do it using the 'helper. This feedback would be very useful. When Thunderbird program is full uninstalled Then download a fresh copy from this link: Using the Thunderbird uninstall wizard as instructed, I confirmed the removal of Thunderbird from the program list.

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