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Porkie_Pie Report 28 Jun 2012 09:21

I tend to use the za to sign in if the uk site is playing up,

and yes when i have a problem and then have to use another web address that does lead me to have the odd moan about errors


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*$parkling $andie* Report 30 Jun 2012 13:49

I always use za, then au if I want want 2 windows open to reply to someone.
But don't normally have to sign in on either.


AnninGlos Report 30 Jun 2012 14:56

Only had to sign in that once this week and nothing is any different on my pc so I don't know why that was.


allotment Report 30 Jun 2012 19:53

Hi AnninGlos, I am no computer expert by any stretch of the imagination and know less than most but I am one of the fortunate members who never have to log in and never get error messages. Just a thought though and this has been said before I know.....

.....when you said that you expect to log in after running CCleaner have you kept cookies for your favourite sites? Open CCleaner, click on Options on the left, click on Cookies and you can scroll down your list of cookies on the left and move them across to the ''keep'' side.

Apologies if you have already done this but it might help others who have not seen previous posts about it.


AnninGlos Report 30 Jun 2012 20:22

ooh thanks. no I haven't done that, shall go and have a look.

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*$parkling $andie* Report 30 Jun 2012 20:31

Points finger at dumbo.....Moi !, who never cleans cookies :-S

Might try a go at that when my personal IT advisor returns from his hols ( son).
Prob is neither of my advisor's ,son or hubby like GR..son is more tolerant.


Kense Report 1 Jul 2012 12:44

Certainly if you delete cookies you can expect to have to sign in again.