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RunninTwentiFo7

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okay i really dont know what this problem is called but i think it has to do with my cookies. i can never login anywhere. it works for a brief moment like takes me to the index sometimes. and then when i want to post somewhere it shows that im logged out. this happens on a lot of forums. and every site that requires me to login. for example on my website i tried logging into my cpanel, it lets me in. then i click on a different link inside and it takes me back to the login page. this has been happening to me for a while now. everything that doesnt work on my computer works on everyone elses ive tried. does anyone know what the problem is? i've tried clearing my cookies and history and all that stuff and it doesnt work. :whistling:
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This also happens to me sometimes when I change the type of my connection. For example I have this problem when using GPRS phone as modem but after I switch to dialup connection the problem disappears.
And this does not happen on all forums. Some will never let me log in or "remember me" for the next time while others work without any problem.
Strange indeed and I think it has something to do with the ISP.
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