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My wife and I share 1 computer to access Facebook, each of us have a different password and address. For the past few days when we go on-line it alwqys goes to her account and I am not able to access my axccount,,,can you help?..Thank you Don Gaskin

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It could be because she has "keep me logged in" check. That is why it goes straight to her account. If you are using Internet Explorer (IE), you might need to clear saved passwords, by going to Tools, internet options, and browsing history to delete it, and close IE, and relaunch it, go back to facebook, and you should be able to login. Good luck. Don't forget to rate me.
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My late wife was Jo-Anne as well :>)

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