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I cant stay logged in to my account to do anything.

My account is Teal'c and whenever i log in it says thanks for logging in , then i get redirected to the bcaquaria home page and asked to logg in. I cant start post or anything. any ideas

teal'c aka jason
 

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My computer was doing that earlier. Here's what I suggest:

  1. Clear your cache
  2. Turn off your computer
  3. Go have dinner
  4. Boot your computer up and relog in

It worked for me :)

Stuart
 
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My computer was doing that earlier. Here's what I suggest:

  1. Clear your cache
  2. Turn off your computer
  3. Go have dinner
  4. Boot your computer up and relog in

It worked for me :)

Stuart
Great idea. ill try after the hockey game

thanks
 

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You don't need to turn off your computer, although that would work. You need to flush your dnscache, which is simple in XP, but in Vista you gotta run the cmd window as administrator before you can run the command ipconfig /flushdns

Here's a synopsis: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/1600/vista_dns_cache_flush/
 
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pinkjello - help...

what the heck is a cache..whats a dnscache, what is cmd window..can someone explain all this in normal uncomputer / people terms..??

You don't need to turn off your computer, although that would work. You need to flush your dnscache, which is simple in XP, but in Vista you gotta run the cmd window as administrator before you can run the command ipconfig /flushdns

Here's a synopsis: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/1600/vista_dns_cache_flush/
 

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I can only log in using Explorer.

I usually browse with Firefox, and I haven't been able to log in... Cleared the cache, but still no access.
 

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Delete your cookies in Firefox.

Delete your cookies in Firefox if you are experiencing what I call the "Login Redirection Loop".

Firefox:

Click "Tools" > Click "Options"
>Click the "Privacy" tab
>Click "Show Cookies" button
>Click once on "bcaquaria.com"
>Click the "Remove Cookies" button
>Click the "Close" button
>Click the "OK" button

Reload bcaquaria.com, and relogin. This should allow access.
 

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Delete your cookies in Firefox if you are experiencing what I call the "Login Redirection Loop".

Firefox:

Click "Tools" > Click "Options"
>Click the "Privacy" tab
>Click "Show Cookies" button
>Click once on "bcaquaria.com"
>Click the "Remove Cookies" button
>Click the "Close" button
>Click the "OK" button

Reload bcaquaria.com, and relogin. This should allow access.
Thanks effox it worked for me.
 

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My computer was doing that earlier. Here's what I suggest:

  1. Clear your cache
  2. Turn off your computer
  3. Go have dinner
  4. Boot your computer up and relog in

It worked for me :)

Stuart
Wow seams like a lot of people are having this problem, including myself.
CRS Fan's trick worked for me. Thanks, good to be back...;)
 
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