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Third party cookies are set to allowed, website not working

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  1. Nat641

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    Hi, I’m trying to fill a form online a website called www.anmac.org.au it warns it uses third party cookies, I have them set to allowed but every time I submit it shoes. “Error this page uses third party cookies you need to allow this in your browser to continue”. I’ve tried chrome, Firefox, safari, edge and IE on my laptop and iPhone but nothing is working. How do I fix this. My computer is in safe mode. I’ve tried it both with and without and I’ve turned at blockers off. I don’t know what else I can try????
     
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    Why are you in Safe Mode? Safe mode is only needed when your computer won't start normally, and using Safe Mode means Windows only run it's core components. Thus eliminating all interference from programs that start during sign in, and other non necessary background tasks. Just so you can startup and get a screen and start troubleshooting.

    Disable all browser extensions and plugins, and try again.
     
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    You said you have used your iPhone? is the phone connected to your wifi? if so, temporarily disable the wireless so you are on you cell data and try. If it works, then the issue may be on your internet provider.
     
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