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Website says I have InPrivate browsing on when I do not


Best Answer zep516 , 14 May 2017 - 09:53 PM

Hello, What happens with a different browser ? I'd go through the process of disabling in-private browsing anyway. Then reboot. http://www.thewindow...-chrome-firefox If that does not work I'd... Go to the full post »


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Greetings,

 

Strange occurrence today. Went to a car manufacturers website to get instructions on Sync. I am unable to use the site because I keep getting a message that says "To continue using this site, turn off InPrivate browsing." I am not using InPrivate browsing. Any ideas?

 

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Hello,

What happens with a different browser ?


I'd go through the process of disabling in-private browsing anyway. Then reboot.

http://www.thewindow...-chrome-firefox

If that does not work I'd consider re-setting the browser.

https://www.howtogee...fault-settings/
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Thank you, zep516. Resetting IE worked.

 

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You're welcome !
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