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The procedure to enable cookies on a web browser can vary from browser to browser. As you have not mentioned which browser you are using, it is recommended to refer the following link and follow the instructions therein that suit your browser:
http://www.wikihow.com/Enable-Cookies-in-Your-Internet-Web-Browser

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