Question about Facebook Social Network
FB allows a protocol for repairing this problem, but for security purposes, requires one to identify a number of pictures of friends. With well over 500 friends (most of whom I made on FB) I cannot identify the fiends whose pictures are shown, except for a very few.
I recently moved from a cable modem to Huges net, so my TCP/IP address changed, thus FB no loger recognizes my PC.
When it shows you the picture, right click on it and select "view image" or the comparable option depending on what browser you are using. What you are trying to do is find the URL of the picture...what its internet address is. Contained within the URL is the Facebook ID, which you can use to find their account to grab their name.
Here is an example.
http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/v22940/1989/58/q100000578972571_7276.jpg. This is the URL of a random person's picture. The ID number is after the letter "q" and ends right before the "_", the ID for this account is 100000578972571.
Take the ID number and paste it at the end of this URL, http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=
Doing that we come up with http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000578972571
This takes you right to the persons FB account and you can grab their name so you can answer the security questions correctly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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Access Point Name (APN) is a computer protocol that typically allows a user's computer to access the internet using the mobile phone network.
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