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#1 ezekiel6

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Posted 27 February 2006 - 07:50 AM

Hi, I am having a severe problem signing in to several sites on the internet and I'm assuming that something is wrong with the settings of my browser or that there is a file missing somewhere. I originally thought the problem was just with hotmail but it appears to be more than that. I have no problems with messenger starting up, but when I get mail notification and try to access my mail it keeps asking me to log in, then when I fill in the details it accepts them, then just reloads the sign in page, so I am caught in a loop ( I have tried on another computer and can get mail from there). I also have this problem on Ebay and other forum sites, although the forum sites allow me to sign in, but if I leave the site and come back I have to sign in again. Has this got something to do with cookies? I think I have accidently deleted a file, I really need a fix to this as I have no access to my mail on this computer otherwise. I'm using XP Pro and firefox 1.5 to browse the net, though I have tried with explorer and get the same result. Thanks.

Edited by ezekiel6, 27 February 2006 - 07:57 AM.

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