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I was running the beta version of windows explorer and I noticed at a certain website that the buttons wouldn't show up. When IE 7 was released, I downloaded it and didn't have any problems at all.

This past week, the buttons don't show up on the website again. But my biggest problem is, whenever I try to log in to Yahoo, it will not accept my password!

I've clicked on "forgotten password" in order to get a new one. Still doesn't work. I type in the password and I'm taken back to the home page, still not signed in. I've changed the password at least 5 times now, with the same results each time.

I've emailed Yahoo three times, each time they tell me to get a new password, then once I've done that, to change the password. I've done that with the same results as before - once I've changed the Yahoo assigned password to a new one, I'm taken to the home page, unsigned in. I click "sign in" and my Yahoo ID is there, so I type in my password and I'm taken to the home page, unsigned in.

I have no idea what is going on with it. I can't just dump my Yahoo account and start over because I own a group on Yahoo. A group that I can't access!

Can anyone here please help me figure this out? Thank you!

I'm on a Dell Inspiron B120 laptop, Windows XP, don't know what other info I should list.

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