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Solved: can't get access to e-mail

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by necklacemaker, May 5, 2010.

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  1. necklacemaker

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    whenever I turn on my pc, I get a pop-up stating "username and password do not match (you provided necklacemaker)" ...I've also got the pop-up "Proxy authentication: your proxy server requires a username and a password. contact your network administrator for the the correct settings and supply your proxy username and password in the "Connection" section of Settings." I have Windows XP and my pc is emachines, but emachines cannot help me due to the fact that my system is a refurbished system...so they recommended I go to a local store. due to not being able to access my regular e-mail, I have reopened another e-mail.- by the way, I cannot sign in to google at all (i.e. to get on my igoogle page) - so is this just a google issue? very confused, plz help.

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    Hello, I did everything...and then restarted the pc only to have the regular pop-up "Username and password do not match" - also, I should mention that my homepage is google - and that is where I'm having all the trouble w/. Whenever I try to sign into google, I get "Account temporarily disabled" - should I change from using my current homepage site (google) to using my default homepage site (google chrome)? The main thing is to be able to have access to my e-mail, which is really piling up by now. help!
     
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    I can`t help with your problem, but there are some guru`s here that can. I just wanted to caution you about posting your email address or any other personal info on a public forum like this. Spammers and other perv`s look for and love that. LOL If you dont care , no problem, just a word of caution.
     
  5. necklacemaker

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    thanks for the tip, itsjustme! :)
     
  6. necklacemaker

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    okay! now I have my e-mail account...thank you Macboatmaster! :)
     
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