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I can't login to any websites that require a username & password

When using Firefox 3.0.11 and IE 7 and 8, I cannot log in to any websites that require a username and password. However, the problem does not occur when using IE6. I have taken every corrective step in FF knowledge base, but to no avail. I'm running Windows XP SP3.

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  • gwil8637 Jun 17, 2009

    Hi guru_dev, Please forgive me if I am not following the right protocols . . I am a "newbie". First, thank you for your suggestions. Unfortunately, I was unable to pick up any images relating to cookies although I had previously dealt with them as per the FF knowledge base. I did disable pop-up blocker in FF but it made no difference. More importantly, as I need to have near constant access to websites that require usernames etc, I am operating IE6 where there are no access problems (I don't know how to have IE6 and IE7/8 on my laptop at the same time without having to uninstall/install). As a long standing FF devotee, I find any/all versions of IE very frustrating. Additionally, I have a strong wish to support "independents" like Mozilla. So, may I ask you if you will be good enough to offer me solutions directed at fixing FF, please? If this request gives offence, I sincerely apologise. Regards, Geoff

  • gwil8637 Jun 18, 2009

    Hi guru_dev, Cookies are enabled in FF. I am using avast! version 4.8 Home Edition (Resident Protection: High), and Windows Defender Firewall. I have tried enabling/disabling cookies, add-ons without success. I should also mention that System Restore points have been lost. As previously mentioned, I have tried every suggestion in FF knowledge base. I have had only one response from FF forum, dealing with cookies.sqlite, that didn't help.
    All further ideas will be much appreciated. Cheers, Geoff

  • gwil8637 Jun 19, 2009

    Hi, I was unable to scan with Spyware Doctor in either safe or normal modes because I couldn't get a connection for their updates. Without updates, a scan is not possible. However, I ran a scan with Malware Removal Bot and removed 1591 items. And, the problem is not scripting.

    So, the only way I can access some usename/password web addresses is via IE6. I've since downloaded Opera and Safari but they were no better. I wanted to try Chrome but could not even download the setup file. The question that puzzles me is why IE6 basically works, but the others don't. Unfortunately I'm computer illiterate and therefore I'm desperately, desperately in need of help.

    There is another possible angle. 10 days ago I bought an s-video cable to link my laptop and tv. The laptop could see the tv, but I couldn't get an image up on the tv. I then called a tech who came to my home but he couldn't get an image on the tv either. He was singularly unipressive and unhelpful and now predictably denies all responsibility. Goodness only knows what harm he may have caused, although to be fair, I didn't experience the problem for another 2 or 3 days. Then again, I do not go to these particular websites every day. I'm fairly certain the tech turned off some of the programs that hitherto loaded at start up, but since I rarely turn the computer off, I don't know specifically what he did, I do know I have never turned "system restore" off.

    Sorry for this tale of woe, but as you can see I'm in trouble. Finally, thanks for your help thus far. Regards, Geoff

  • gwil8637 Jun 19, 2009

    Hallelujah! Fixed! As you suggested I ran msconfig. Most programs were disabled. I enabled all, and, voila! I have since disabled a few that I can recognise and now all is good.
    I cannot tell you how grateful I am for your absolutely invaluable assistance. I also wish to thank you for your patience in dealing with me, and to express my apologies for neglecting to report the involvement of the tech, here in Melbourne, Australia, 10 days ago. He was clearly the culprit and I should have recognised that possibility at the outset. Now, finally, what do I do? Do I "accept this solution" and look for somewhere to register my support for your efforts?
    It's 0015am Saturday my time and I'm off for my first good night's sleep in a while, so, my thanks once more,
    Best regards, Geoff

  • gwil8637 Jun 20, 2009

    Great, highly skilled and analytical help that has fixed my problem and left me most grateful. All round, a truly fabulous and much appreciated service.
    I cannot speak highly enough about FixYa and sethvel1



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Hey there Jeff, you may have checked this already but just to make sure. In FF click tools, options, privacy and make sure your cookies are enabled. Also what kind of security program are you using as it may be limiting your cookies. If you let me know which one if the FF didn't do the trick, I can tell you how to change it to suit your needs. Let me know

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  • seth veloso Jun 18, 2009

    first thing that may have happened is you got a virus and it's root kit deleted all restore points. I know you have avast but download this program (malwarebytes).
    Save it don't run it. Reboot your computer into safe mode (pressing f8 repeatedly when it turns back on) while running in safe mode, install malwarebytes and run a full scan, may take up to an hour and do not do anything on your pc while its running, just let it go. Let me know what it finds.

  • seth veloso Jun 18, 2009

    As far as you not being able to log in (I don't know what FF told you) one problem that could be common with FF and IE7 is allowing scripting. In FF click on tools, options, then content. Make sure you allow java script.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    I am not sure as to why you were running spyware doctor, the program I wanted you to run was malwarebytes, install and scan is safe mode. Sorry if there was any confusion to that. go to the following link and click on the green button with blue text saying download now. Don't forget to save it and install in safe mode.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    I believe that first link I gave you had too many different products on it. Sorry bout that.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    as far as the tech turning off programs during startup, that is an eassy check click on start=> run, type in msconfig, then hit enter. Check the startup and services tab and let me know if anything there is unchecked. You may as well check the otherr tabs too but hopefully he did not go in there from the sounds of him.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    yeah just click accept. Glad I could help ya. I'm here if you need anything else.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    Oh, you may want to install and run the malwarebytes program just for the heck of it since you said that other program found some stuff. The free version will scan and repair for ya.

  • seth veloso Jun 19, 2009

    sorry man, one more thing, when you reboot after disabling somethings in the msconfig, a box will pop up. Just click the square so that doesn't happen every time


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1)Check the cookies settings as shown in the below image..... Open IE > Click Tools> Click Internet Option> follow the below image steps

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2) check your Firewall as it should be blocking the IE and Firewall

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    One more thing make Internet Explorer as your default browser....

    In addition, be sure to disable your popup blocker on IE7 as well. (With IE7 open, click on "Tools", select "Popup Blocker", select "Turn OFF Popup Blocker".) The login window may be detected as a popup.

    try downloading and installing the most recent version of Java using the instructions below:

    Click on the link to Sun's Java below, then scroll down and click on the ''Java SE Runtime Environment (JRE)-JRE 6 Update 13'' download button. Follow the prompts, select the Windows platform and the "Language", accept the license agreement, then download the full ''Windows OFFLINE Installation'' file to your desktop,(about 15 MB), scan it with your antivirus (just to be sure it's clean). Once that's done, if you've already got a Sun Java version on the computer, open the Control Panel, double click on the ''Add/Remove Programs'' section, then uninstall all previous versions of the J2SE Java listed there. Once that's done, then install Java JRE 6u13 from the downloaded installer.

    Once Java is installed, since you're using IE7, click on "Tools' in the upper left, select "Internet Options" , then the "Security" tab, then highlight"Internet" icon (the world globe), click on the "Custom Settings" button and change the security level to "Medium", instead of "Medium-High".



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