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ok, thanks to all of you for all your pains. Finally I have been able to run firefox using the 64 bit version. But is it an issue that 32 bit versions are not supported in 64 bit machines? I also note that the 64 bit firefox is from nightly. Why doesn't mozilla support 64 bits?
The 64 bit version I linked to is the normal Firefox 26.0 version, not a nightly. If you want a different version (Mozilla offers them all for download, even ancient and beta versions) follow that link, go up one or two directory and choose the version you want.
Mozilla supports 64 bits, just not on Windows.