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r u able to login? Where does the login take you? Do you get to the main YahooMail page, where it says Welcome, XXXX, and says you have x many unread messages? Or does it take you somewhere else?
Do u get some Popup Blocked kind of thing then allow it. Also, go to Internet Options, and see what you security and privacy setting are? Try adding "http://us.f115.mail.yahoo.com" in Trusted Sites in the Security tab.
To switch from the All-New Yahoo! Mail to Yahoo! Mail Classic, in the
upper-right portion of the All-New Yahoo! Mail screen, from the Options menu, select Switch to Yahoo! Mail Classic.
A dialog box might appear asking for feedback. If it does, you can
follow any links or check any boxes in the dialog box. To continue
returning to Yahoo! Mail Classic, click Switch to Yahoo! Mail Classic.
If your system is PC Restore Equipped, it will show show a black page with a blue bar across the top after the Dell Splash Screen. the bar will have www.dell.com in White letters. If you see this page for about a second during the boot process, the system is PC Restore Equipped. At the page with the blue bar, press CTRL+F11 and that will initiate the restore process. Providing the image is not damaged, then restore process takes about 20 to 30 minutes and will return the system to out of box configuration. If there are any errors or if the PC Restore page is not available, then you'll have to do a clean install of Windows using the Dell Windows XP CD that came with the system, then load drivers and applications.