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#1 vulture_culture211


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Posted 06 August 2006 - 07:56 AM

Hi, After getting some nasty spyware/adware on my computer I have lost the ability to use cookies. Every time I try to log onto my MSN page, I get a message about enabling cookies. I have gone to Tools/Internet Options and have found the only mention of cookies in that area on my machine under "Privacy/Advanced" and then it is checked as such: "Override Automatic Cookie Handling, Accept First Party, Accept Third Party, and Always Allow Session Cookies." I have tried everything that Microsoft says, except under the security tab there is no mention of cookies at all... I have tried to reset security and privacy levels to 'medium' to no avail. I did find somewhere to change the password in MSN yesterday and that worked all day until I rebooted, and then the same problems were there. Please help. I also need help on removing spyware/adware, but that is another forum... Thanks!


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#2 Micah_6:8


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Posted 06 August 2006 - 08:11 AM

I replied to your thread in the other forum. Hopefully, we can resolve this issue there. :) :thumbup:
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