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I Can't get in to yahoo, says my browser not allowing cookies!

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    Kuldeep Kumar Dubey May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    So you mean to say that even after enabling the cookies in your browser you are getting the same error ?

    Thanks.


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For IE7:
Open Internet Options
under the General tab, delete your temporary internet files, all of them.
under the Security tab, click on reset all zones to default.
under the privacy tab, click the default button.
under the advanced tab, click the Restore advanced settings button.
Click ok, and try Yahoo again.

If you still get the error message then check the settings in any security or privacy software you may have running. Check for cookie management settings in any such software.

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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