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about cookie thing I E 6

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by skeeter5000, Jan 13, 2003.

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  1. skeeter5000

    skeeter5000 Thread Starter

    Apr 15, 2001
    Would like to thank all for answering my plea.

    Having to make new post as will not accept cookies.

    I tried numerous things, and nothing helped. After
    all the changes and checking on the articles, and
    nothing helped.

    In checking my e-mail with attachments, would
    not open. I would click the paperclip and the
    menu would open, but when I moved the cursor
    over the open attachment sign it would black over.
    Would not let me open attachment.

    I reloaded I E version 6 and this went away. Still
    can’t accept cookies.

    I have noticed that on the internet options menu,
    On the advance tab, I do not have the Microsoft
    V M buttons. (I think that was the initials)

    This is messed up good.

    The only other thing that I can remember is
    when trying to read a file from a 3-1/2 inch
    floppy, I got error message could not
    read/display script on this page. Words
    might not be exact. I don’t know
    what this means or how to correct.

    Everything else is working great on this

    Thanks again for replying.
    :mad: :confused:
  2. Del


    Aug 31, 2001
    If you are running IE 6, try going to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy and moving the slider all the way to low.
    That may fix the cookie issue, if not, put you mouse cursor over the time at the bottom right of your screen and see the date, is it correct including the year? If the year is wrong, it will think the cookies are outdated, double click the time and fix the date.
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