Question about Computers & Internet
I originally signed up for a google account, not gmail account, several years ago. that worked fine for years. Then Samsung just had to have a gmail account to register. I got one and used completely different information. At some point it cross matched them and now I can't get to the apps and data in my original login except on my android phone and my main desktop both of which have had only the original login. How can I get my real account on the new laptop?
Install Chrome on the new laptop and sign in with your original google account.
If you are not seeing your apps, you can chose to re-add them or contact google support.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you able to log into any other website from your computer.... if not then what i suggest is that you download a new browser, Firefox is what i use... Google it... if your allready on firefox... then switch to Internet explorer and see if you can log on from there....
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
I managed to fix this problem by:
1. clear my browser history (cache)
2. Go to google main page http://www.google.com and click the "sign out" link at the upper right corner - just near your google id..
once signed out. try to login again. I am using firefox 3.5.6 by the way :)
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: Gmail redirect loop
had the problem on old computer...turned out to be date/time stamp. resetting date/time solved the problem. also had the issue pop up on new laptop w/ windows 7 ie. turned out to be in tools...internet options...trusted sites...sites. somehow i had added gmail.google.com to trusted sites and gmail was looping between http and https. removed the entry and problem disappeared.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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