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PostPosted: Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:25 pm 
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Title says it all I type in the correct username and password and it keeps taking me back to the enter username and password field.


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Delete your cookies for the site and try again.


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to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


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Spartacus wrote:
to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


I use FF 32 bit at work on XP and FF64 bit on Win7 at home. Haven't had any trouble logging in.


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dedgar wrote:
Spartacus wrote:
to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


I use FF 32 bit at work on XP and FF64 bit on Win7 at home. Haven't had any trouble logging in.


I don't think FF has a 64 bit version. *checks* nope not yet.

IE has a 64 bit version, but since there is no 64 bit version of Flash it kinda sucks to use.


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Spartacus wrote:
to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


Weird, Firefox has always worked on 64-bit for me. You might want to send this problem to the Free Clinic ya no. :wink:


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dedgar wrote:
Spartacus wrote:
to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


I use FF 32 bit at work on XP and FF64 bit on Win7 at home. Haven't had any trouble logging in.


I don't think FF has a 64 bit version. *checks* nope not yet.

IE has a 64 bit version, but since there is no 64 bit version of Flash it kinda sucks to use.

There is a Linux 64-bit flash player. I'm using it on my Linux install.


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Spartacus wrote:
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dedgar wrote:
Spartacus wrote:
to tell the truth, I've had the exact same problem with every version of Firefox I've tried, but ONLY on 64-bit versions of Windows. On Linux and 32-bit Windows I can log in just fine with firefox. And yes, I've tried clearing cookies. no cigar. I've just been using IE for these forums on my desktop, which I'd rather not do.


I use FF 32 bit at work on XP and FF64 bit on Win7 at home. Haven't had any trouble logging in.


I don't think FF has a 64 bit version. *checks* nope not yet.

IE has a 64 bit version, but since there is no 64 bit version of Flash it kinda sucks to use.

There is a Linux 64-bit flash player. I'm using it on my Linux install.


your using a 32 bit browser. not a 64 bit browser

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/000/6b3af6c9.html

they don't have one yet


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Yes they do ... Adobe released a beta 64-bit Flash player for linux only almost a year ago: Link

Edit: that release was an alpha .. I'm too lazy to see if they've moved up to beta and / or full release since then


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Idk what happened it just worked today probably a solar flare... but how did this turn into a firefox discussion?


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Idk what happened it just worked today probably a solar flare... but how did this turn into a firefox discussion?


Get used to it. It's about to turn into a '64 Mustang vs '83 Honda Accord discussion. Watch for it.....


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Yes they do ... Adobe released a beta 64-bit Flash player for linux only almost a year ago: Link

Edit: that release was an alpha .. I'm too lazy to see if they've moved up to beta and / or full release since then

All I know is it works fine on 64-bit Linux. lol.


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It is still alpha (or was two weeks ago) and FF now complains because it is an old add-on. I lol'd and told it never to remind me about that again.


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-Lawless wrote:
Danthrax66 wrote:
Idk what happened it just worked today probably a solar flare... but how did this turn into a firefox discussion?


Get used to it. It's about to turn into a '64 Mustang vs '83 Honda Accord discussion. Watch for it.....
First we're going to debate how difficult and horrible linux is, and how M$ is suprerior in every way. Monkeys vs Honda Accords will follow. I haven't seen Moore's law or Darwin's Theory Of Evolution mentioned recently. Nows as good as time as any :D


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2) Firefox rules the interwebs
3) Never try to log out or leave MPC.com


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 Post subject: and what is this ?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2009 12:57 pm 
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I had this come up when i tried to log in.

http://www.woosterpc.com/files/kasp.jpg


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2010 4:25 pm 
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I'm having the same issue as Danthrax. Chrome won't log in, even after clearing everything. FF works. 32bit. I still like Chrome more, though =P it loads faster

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Problem only with my laptop. *shrug*


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