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I have installed new version of Firefox and from then whenever I open Firefox it crashed. So I have uninstalled Firefox totally from my system and installed version 30 of Firefox but all my book marks etc. have gone.

Is there any way to get my bookmarks back?

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Look for bookmarks.html in your profile folder

e.g.

 C:\Documents and Settings\Joe\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*.default\bookmarks.html

Mozillazine has an article on recovering Lost bookmarks

Firefox automatically makes a bookmark backup every day you use it (up to 5 backups total), with newer backups replacing the older copies. If you use the profile, you must act quickly, before they are all overwritten.

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Nice. I was about to claim Firefox doesn't use that HTML file anymore, but apparently those are backups: Firefox automatically makes a bookmark backup every day you use it (up to 5 backups total), with newer backups replacing the older copies. If you use the profile, you must act quickly, before they are all overwritten. – Arjan Dec 2 '10 at 11:33
    
Thanks Arjan, I'll amend the answer to include the text you quoted. – RedGrittyBrick Dec 2 '10 at 14:25

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