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Computer does not accept by E Mail address or Password. It did before but today it rejects boh. Please help me. What's wrong!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's very easy to find ur password or e-mail id
First of all, u have to click on forgot password link
And then follow the instruction, after completing the instruction
Lastly system ask u ur alternate e-mail add.
After that when put ur alt. e-mail add .
U will ur email add & password on ur alt. e-mail add.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
If u have entered a wrong PUK no. less than 10 times, then u can contact customer care and get the PUK unblocking code (its free). Remember each sim card has a different unblocking no.
If you have entered wrong PUK no. 10 times or more, then this SIM card is blocked and will have to be replaced by a new one. You need to visit any airtel franchisee, purchase a new sim, and they will delete your old sim card details and add the details of new sim card into their system. A new sim probably costs around 245/- (i think, though don't remember when i purchased it last). You need to carry old sim card + ID proof + any airtel bill (if postpaid, may get required).
If your connection had been a Postpaid with regular payment history, I would have applied a different approach
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Posted on May 27, 2009
Facebook has settings it uses (that YOU set it up with) to confirm any changes to your account.
Any time you change something on Facebook, it will confirm that YOU are the proper owner of the account by sending a CONFIRM email to (the email address you set it up with.) You would need to CONFIRM this email (your old email address?) before any changes take place.
If you changed your email you should have registered this change in your Facebook account settings FIRST.
Try logging in to Facebook with your old account settings (email/password), then go straight to changing your default email contact address (this is not effective until it receives a REPLY from this NEW email account, so it can verify that the NEW account is actually valid.)
THEN Facebook will have finalized your change.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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To reset your log-in password, click on the 'Forgot your Password?' link below the password entry box. Enter your e-mail address and click 'Send Link'. This automatically sends a password reset link to your e-mail address' inbox.
If you do not see the password reset e-mail in your inbox, be sure to check your filtered or junk mail folder.
Please also make sure that your e-mail will accept messages from firstname.lastname@example.org.
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