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ChRiS1888

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hey

my internet explorer is acting up again,i cant login to msn or anything related to internet explorer
i did a virus scan with avg and avast it didnt help the problem,funny thing is firefox works fine {but i need ie to login to msn etc}

i have tryed typing in

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /registerdns


it was working fine on friday then last night it just stopped working.
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any 1 got any ideas?
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Try clearing your cookies and check whether the site you're trying to login is on the trusted zone. Also check if cookies are enabled.

Besides, can you elaborate further on your condition? Eg. what site can't you login on, what error do you get..

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i cant login to any site on internet explorer,it wont even load any pages,but firefox works perfect.
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That means you have a cookie problem.

Open Internet Explorer, then select Tools, choose Internet Options.
Select the Privacy tab.
Select Advanced
Deselect override automatic cookie handling button
Click on the OK button at the bottom of the screen.
Click OK to exit

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