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My computer has been crashing all morning. It won't keep me signed in on yahoo or anything else. I am constantly having to sign in on everything that I get on then when I get signed in it wants to crash. What is happening with it.

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It sounds like there might be an issue with your internet connection. Check the back of your computer to make sure that your ethernet cable or the blue cable is completely plugged in. If you are connected to a wireless network make sure that 1. you are in range and 2. that the signal is strong enough to be able to hold signal.

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I want tosign out also i i do not want this computer to know my password


Hi samuelca,

To Signout From yahoo, just click Sign Out Link on Top Left of your yahoo screen,
If you dont want your computer browser to remember your password, just click Setting from your browser and look for the choice of Clear Browser History and Cookies.


Hope this helps ^ ^

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Sep 18, 2011 | Yahoo Mail

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I cn`t log on to yahoo.com


  • What does "Keep me signed in" mean? If you check the "Keep me signed in" box, you can stay signed in to Yahoo! on this computer for up to 2 weeks or until you sign out. To protect your personal information when you access some Yahoo! services, we may ask you to enter your password again. The "Keep me signed in" checkbox applies to this computer only. If you're using a public computer, we recommend that you uncheck the checkbox. You can also modify the number of times you're asked for your password by clicking on My Account at the top of most Yahoo! pages once you sign in. If you do so, Yahoo! will ask you to verify your password more frequently, although your sign-in screen will still indicate every "two weeks". (More information on modifying your sign-in settings)
  • What is this image at the top of my sign-in box? It's a sign-in seal - a feature to help you protect your Yahoo! password against fraud. (Find out more about sign-in seals.)
  • Not seeing your sign-in seal? If you set up your sign-in seal but now no longer see it, you could be on a fraudulent site. Look carefully at your browser's address bar. A genuine Yahoo! sign-in page will always display https://login.yahoo.com just before the next forward slash. (Read more about identifying a real Yahoo! sign-in page.)
  • Concerned about password security? Yahoo! submits your ID and password using SSL, which provides a level of security when transmitting data. (More information on password security.)
  • What if I forgot my ID or password? Look up your ID and/or password after confirming some personal information. Remember to use your full Yahoo! ID (e.g. free2rhyme@yahoo.com) to sign in.
  • Having problems logging in? Did you forget to include your full Yahoo! ID? If so, please remember to use your full Yahoo! ID to sign in.

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Sign in for mail which is set for 2weeks keeps having me signin constantly everyday


ok.. i understood your problem..when you go to the sign-in page for yahoo mail, you may see the check box for "keep me signed in for 2 weeks" option. just see below for the option. once you checked for that option, it is always on. wile you sign in, UN-check that box. i have given a picture for your reference.I believe this one is helpful. f803c9b.jpg

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I cant use yahoo 10 in my pc they give me a error all the time i cant sign in


You need the following OS to support Messenger
Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7
If that is not an issue read on.
Check out the Yahoo blog for the latest help on this subject ( 18 August 2009 )

http://www.ymessengerblog.com/blog/2009/08/18/help-with-sign-on-issues-in-yahoo-messenger-9-0/

My own advice is:-

1) Start your troubleshooting with a clean browser
Download and run CCleaner daily - to keep your browsers fully operational

http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/

Use the settings as downloaded - Click on the 'Run Cleaner' tab until '0 bytes removed'

2) Shutdown computer - power off the router for one minute - restart computer

3) Have more than one browser available for trouble shooting. Keep browsers up to date to incorporate all the patches - I run Firefox, Google Chrome and IE. Keep one browser clear of add-ons and plug-ins.
Always have the browser you are using designated as default - even if you only have one

4) Make sure Yahoo toolbar is up to date if you have it

5) Sign in here to reset cookies
https://login.yahoo.com/config/login_verify

6) If you have a Yahoo email address:- drop the '@Yahoo.com' from your username to sign in

7) Check the date and time are correct on your computer

8) If you have your settings to sign in automatically and recently changed your password check this out
http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/messenger/messenger10/messenger/mstacantsignin.html

9) Make sure your firewall has Messenger on the 'allow' list.Disable your firewall long enough to make a trial sign-in

10) Messenger 10 now carries a troubleshooting log - if you have a degree in computer science the results may be of some use

11) AVG free users may be interested in this forum
http://forums.avg.com/ca-en/avg-free-forum?sec=thread&act=show&id=40313

12) Time to consider a re-install.
Save your Profile folder to hard disk, if you wish to retain your message archives.
Download 'Revo free' and uninstall in the 'Advanced'mode. This will scan your C drive and Registry for anything left behind after it runs the yahoo uninstall software. Delete everything it finds.
http://www.revouninstaller.com/revo_uninstaller_free_download.html
Run ccleaner
Restart your pc
Download Yahoo Messenger from here.

http://www.filehippo.com/download_yahoo_messenger/

Dec 16, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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When I allow messenger to auto sign in my computer turns off. when I am using my computer (XP) and click on messenger my computer turns off (restarts).


That process is crashing your system. Manually sign in from now on. That is the only secure way to do it anyhow.

Nov 05, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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I cant sign in to my yahoo mail dsnt say why


please use the rating and vote button and close the ticket...

Jul 28, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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Yahoo messenger keeps signing me out stating I amsigned in on a different computer


someone else has ur logon info and is using your account change your password

May 19, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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My yahoo messenger wont work.


You may have a virus on your computer, Check out Avast Free virus detector.

Jan 07, 2009 | Yahoo Messenger

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