asked on 30th Aug 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
The file where your bookmarks are stored can become corrupted or other problems can occur, causing some or all of your bookmarks to be unavailable in Firefox. If you lost your bookmarks within the last five days, you can restore them from the set of backups that Firefox maintains.
1. Click the Bookmarks button on the right side of the navigation toolbar (Windows XP: click the Bookmarks menu) and select Show All Bookmarks to open the Library window.
2. Before proceeding, you should make a backup of your current bookmarks.
1. From the toolbar on the Library window, select Import and Backup and choose Backup…
2. Firefox will ask you to save the bookmark backup to a folder on your hard drive. Choose a location that you will remember.
3. Your current bookmarks have been backed up to the file you selected.
3. From the toolbar on the Library window, select Import and Backup to open the Import and Backup menu, and pick Restore… to see a list of available bookmark backups organized by date.
4. To restore one of the listed backups, select it from the Restore… menu. Choose the newest bookmark backup that was created before the bookmarks were lost. You will lose all changes to your bookmarks that occurred after the date you select.
o Note: To restore a backup that you saved manually, select Choose File… from the Restore menu instead of selecting an automatic backup
1. A confirmation window will appear asking you to confirm replacing your bookmarks with the backup. To replace the bookmarks, press OK. To go back, press Cancel.
+ You cannot undo this unless you saved a backup file as instructed above.
1. Your bookmarks have been restored to the date you selected. If your bookmarks do not show up after completing the restore process, repeat the above steps to restore an earlier backup.
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