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#1 Bone Idol

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Posted 12 December 2008 - 09:45 PM

Hi all.

It's an old problem which I have never been able to solve. It has only taken a clean-install of my hard drive to correct this problem.

Quite suddenly I'll not be able to automatically login to a favourite website automatically. I have to start typing in my username and password each time.

The nearest I've come to correcting this is when I do the following... Tools - Options... etc.

I set the boxes to be checked like this.

I delete my website username and password. I delete the website cookie.

I go back and login again - then click yes to the Windows notice that pops up to ask me if I want it to save these login details.

I then go to another website - and then return to see if I'm logged in automatically. It hasn't happened yet.

What am I overlooking to do? What am I doing wrong?

Thanks for any clues you can give me.

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