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eric0668

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I am having a hard time using a frequently used streaming video site

The people that run the site say my username is fine. They can log in with both Firefox AND IE8

I cannot log in since last week with IE9.

I did download Firefox, but hate it, but can log in

I deleted all cookies. NOTHING

I even reset the entire browser, NOTHING

Might someone help. Or tell me what settings I need to make sure I have on.

I had put on spywareguard and spywareblaster around the time it happened last week. I removed it, but still can't log in. It appears as if those programs did something.

Thanks so much
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Jacee

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Have you tried 'compatibility' mode? Scroll down to Compatibility View settings http://blogs.msdn.co...-view-list.aspx
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Thanks Jacee

What it was, I hadn't had spywareguard or spywareblaster on in awhile and I realized how much good they did me

I installed them. Got the problem.

Then deleted them

Even tho the problem was caused by Spywareblaster, it had a particular site I use on its blocked list, once I deleted it, It apparently doesnt revert to unblocking them, so it was blocked and I didn't know how

Thanks Much
Eric
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