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Ie6 201015 Or Event Id: 7011


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#1 Troubled2

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Posted 31 October 2006 - 01:04 AM

Hello there

Lately, every time I connect to a particular banking website to conduct Internet banking, I am able to actually log in but within seconds of clicking on (any) link on that site, I get a message window from Microsoft IE (v6) saying: "Your I'net banking session has timed out due to inactivity. Please Login again".

Note: In the MS IE title bar of the error message window, it also has the number 201015

This problem happens 'every time' I log in. I have done a bit of investigating (not at all familiar with 'techie stuff' though) and had a look in the Event Viewer/System (didn't really know what I was looking at tho'??) which frequently reports an Event ID: 7011, but this error does not necessarily get logged at the same time that I log onto the problem site. I can access all other sites without any problems.

Any explanation that I have come across in regard to either 201015 or 7011 goes right over my head, hence my call for help in this forum.

Is this something that I can fix myself, or does it require the skill & knowledge of a computer repairperson?

I have run and re-run anti-virus & spyware programs, which have not revealed any evidence of viruses/spyware.

I have changed/and changed back the "block pop-ups" option and also disabled/enabled any Add-ons to see whether there is any difference. I have also cleared all Temp I'net cookies & files, time and time again.

My OS is XP Professional and the version of IE is v6

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted 31 October 2006 - 02:12 AM

Hello again

Regarding my previous post ..... the problem has been solved!! After my initial post, I came across a BC article on cookies, which shed some new light for me ...

I was always under the impression that cookies were one way of accumulating spyware, to the point that when given the option, I would always disallow cookies. It turns out that was how my problem originated. Evidently, there are times when a site needs to allow cookies in order to deliver all necessary info to a site.

Thanks BC for the informative article on cookies, plus all the other great info your site offers. The relief and gratitude I am feeling is incredible.

thanks again,
Troubled2

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Posted 31 October 2006 - 12:51 PM

Nice to see that you've "fixed yourself" by reading some of the BC's threads.

And thanks for telling us what you did.

I hope you stick around. There's a lot to learn here from all contributing members.

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