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 Posted: Wed Jan 14th, 2009 04:04 pm
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Since day one , I go to Mozilla/ Foxfire then thru Goggle to enter Fixitnow...I go to log-on but it will not accept the log-on.....The wife went thru this long round about way so I could send out an S.O.S.  My normal log-on worked for two days after your switch, then nothing. I will take back  everything I said about the green colors if I could log-on. Deal?

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Easy fix, CTG! Happened to me, too. Just open the cookies in your browser and find and delete all cookies from applianceguru.com. The problem is that the site cookies got boogared up in some browsers. Deleting all the old cookies from applianceguru.com solves the problem.

I'm suspecting the same thing has happened to Willie, haven't seen him on since the move. I'll email him and make sure everything is OK.



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BTW, this also fixes the reverse problem: where you can't log out. :cool:



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This topic has more detailed help on clearing cookies in your browser.



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Ya, remember I cannot acces this forum on my business pc thru IE, have to use firefox to access it cause it would be a nightmare on that pc to delete the cookies and start over....no problems yet on this home Dell or my laptop.... ;)  now watch it go kapootie since I said something...:shock: ....and barfed at the green colors too...LOL



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Pegi wrote:
cause it would be a nightmare on that pc to delete the cookies and start over....

You don't need to delete *all* cookies, just the ones from applianceguru.com. In most browsers, you can view the cookies and delete selected ones without having to use the Nuclear Option. :thumbsup:



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Ya, tried that and gave up after going cross eyed staring at hundreds of cookies, since I do not use that pc at this time no biggie...;)



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Does it let you sort the cookies alphabetically? If so, then the ones from applianceguru.com will be up near the top of the list.



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There's nothing wrong with deleting ALL the cookies. It's actually something you SHOULD do just as a part of proper machine maintenance. Once you hit the site again, it will create a new cookie.

If you don't delete your cookies/Firefox cashe, temp internet files and recent files -- or defrag your hard drive -- it bogs down and slows down the computer.

Advice: Know what your passwords are -- don't save them and have them auto fill -- it isn't safe.

Keep the sites you like to go to in your Favorites or Bookmarks. That way when you clear all your cookies/cashe as you should, you just go to the Favorites or Bookmarks and click on the site you want to visit.

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