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Windows 7: Ebay login problems

16 Nov 2010   #1
Paul Whitlock

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
Ebay login problems

Hi there
Yesterday, for no apparent reason, I was suddenly unable to log onto my ebay account. When I entered my logon details and pressed return the screen simply re-cycled back to the logon screen with the password box blank, this happened repeatedly and there was no error messaage.

Ebay couldn't help, I changed passwords several times to no avail.

I could log onto, but not onto the U.K. site, which is where my account is.

I have got round the problem this morning by going to the site via 'Inprivate browsing', and can log on there with no problems. (I'm using IE 8, but Firefox was no better).
Do I have to keep using 'inprivate', or does anyoone know what might be stopping me getting in using the favourite button on the standard IE8 screen?

Thanks for any help


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16 Nov 2010   #2

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Welcome Paul
Can be one of several problem
Clean your Cache

I would use ccleaner to clean it all and the other crap that is on your hard drive
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Try from another user account and later computer.

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Can you sign in with the other computer

Make a full anti virus scan

Download and make a full scan with malwarebytes, after update of the softwared.

Try another Broswer

One of these should work
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