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I enabled my cookies and still experience difficulties with my PC

Hello,

I keep experiencing difficulties with cookies despite thefact they they are enabled. I use two different browsers Firefox and IE7. But I did not check the box for IE & as a default explorer. Ienabled cookies and set the slider to medium-high for IE &explorer.
Your help is highly appreciated.


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  • Bill Cameron May 11, 2010

    Doy have the same problem when using Firefox?



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Well you are going to alway get cookies for Web page because they are needed to view the websites. But you can clean them out at the end of each day by bringing up IE, click under tools, and delete cookies. Are you can do a search on *.cookie and delete them individually.

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