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Hotmail Account Error

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by stacy malibu, Apr 15, 2006.

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  1. stacy malibu

    stacy malibu Thread Starter

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    Hello Houston! We have a problem! :eek:

    I have different Hotmail accounts, but I started to have a problem with one of them a few days ago. When I log in to it, the IE freezes for a while, and then shows a message like I don´t have internet connection. "The webpage cannot be displayed".
    It´s weird because I can access my other accounts with no problem at all. I tried to access it from the MSN messenger but it´s the same.
    I changed my password, using the secret question, thinking that was the issue, but nothing happened.
    I contacted MSN tech support but they don´t give me any solutions. I have WIN XP and IE 6.0. and the cookies are activated.
    Does anybody know how can I fix this?

    Thanks in advance! :)
     
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    stacy malibu Thread Starter

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    Believe it or not, my problem is solved!!!!!! :)
    I dont know what happened... I tried to close the account from the Passport web page to see what happened and it appeared the same problem..."the web page cannot be displayed"...
    Today I logged in as usual and all my emails were there like nothing has happened...
    So weird!!!!! :confused:
     
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