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Deb98361

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I was using a friends notebook, and signed on to MSN Messenger on there... Well, now when he signs on at his house, MSN boots me because it says that I'm signing in over there... Even though his wife said (thinks) she deleted my name from there it still happens.... Any clues??
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Is it auto-signing you in?
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Yes, it is auto-signing me in.
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Open Internet Explorer, go to tools, internet options, content, autocomplete and uncheck user names and passwords.
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another simple way to fix this, is by typing a random username in, then a random password and then click the check box to automatically sign me in. That should fix the problem, i had the same one when i babysat someone's kids and went onto thier computer for MSN! :tazz: But that should fix it.
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