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Which browser are you using ? chrome ?
You may be prevented from accessing your Gmail account in the Google Chrome browser for a number of reasons.
Although both programs are Google products, there may be a firewall, browser or software conflict causing the Gmail page not to load.
Going through a few basic troubleshooting steps can usually clear up the matter and get you back into your Gmail account.
Click the "Wrench" icon at the top-right corner of the browser window and select "Options" from the menu.
Go to the "Under the Hood" section.
Click the "Clear Browsing Data" button near the top of the options page.
A popup window appears.
Check the boxes for "Empty the Cache" and "Delete Cookies and Other Site and Plug-in Data."
Change the "Obliterate the Following Items From" to "The Beginning of Time" option, then click the "Clear Browsing Data" button.
Clearing out the browser's stored files often helps to make websites load properly and perform better.
Check your firewall settings.
Click the "Start" button and type "Firewall" into the search box.
Click "Windows Firewall." In the application, click the "Allow a Program or Feature Through Windows Firewall" from the left column.
Check the box for "Chrome.exe" from the program list.
When done, click the "OK" button.
You may have other firewall software installed, so check those settings if necessary to allow Google Chrome full access to the Internet.
Disable browser extensions. Periodically, an extension may cause a conflict in the browser and prevent you from loading Gmail properly or entirely.
Click the "Wrench" icon at the upper-right corner of the window, go to the "Tools" menu and select "Extensions."
Click the "Disable" link for any Gmail-specific extensions, such as "Better Gmail" or "Google Mail Checker."
If Gmail still doesn't load, temporarily disable all extensions one by one until it works.
Log into Gmail using a non-secure connection.
For example, if you normally use the secure connection or "https" prefix, then you want to type "http://mail.google.com/mail" for the website address.
If you already use the non-secure connection, try using the secure connection by typing "https://mail.google.com/mail" instead for the address.
Sign In to Gmail
Signing in to your Gmail account gives you access to your email messages.
Gmail Web-based email functions as most email services do, with the option for users to send and receive email messages, store contacts and organize messages.
You can opt to store your Gmail login information when signing in so that you do not need to re-enter it each time you access your email.You can access your Gmail account on a computer or a mobile phone.
Open a Web browser window.
Click the address bar and enter "gmail.com." Press the "Enter" key.
Enter your Gmail username and password in the indicated fields.
Check the "Stay Signed In" box to save your username and password for future logins.
Click "Sign In" and wait for your Gmail account to load.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com
If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out."
If you then still can't get in, click the "Can't access your account?" link on the sign-in page.
Posted on Jan 02, 2014
SOURCE: gmail login to 2nd account
when you have 2 email accounts with gmail,,you must keep the
username & passwords for each email account seperate.
that's why your coming up with the first account instead of the
second one, what you'll have to do is remember the second accounts user name & password to access the second account
if you can't remember the username & password contact
gmail technical support & see if they can access the account for you
& tell you the user name & password
Posted on Aug 23, 2012
SOURCE: need to get in my gmail account
if you forgot your password, you can choose that you forgot it and they will either ask you questions or send an email to a second account if you set those up.
Posted on Oct 09, 2012
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