Accessing PCAdvisor.com

  Tazfan 17:36 20 Nov 04
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All of a sudden, i cannot get into here using Opera. I have used Opera for abt 2 years on here with never a problem. Now tho, I click on Login, and it takes me straight back to the Login in page, asking me to register. Just tried getting in on with IE, and got straight in with no problems.

I have not altered any settings in Opera at all. Any suggestions?
As always, many thanks in advance for any help. T:-)

  Pesala 18:47 20 Nov 04

Preferences, Privacy, Enable cookies, Accept all cookies, should let you in just fine.

  Forum Editor 18:50 20 Nov 04

I'm sorry you're having problems. Pesala's advice is good - check your settings, and with luck your problems are over.

  The BB 18:55 20 Nov 04

Neither can I access click here

but .co.uk is fine :-)

Error 403:

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If you believe you should be able to view this directory or page, please try to contact the Web site by using any e-mail address or phone number that may be listed on the click here home page.

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HTTP Error 403 - Forbidden
Internet Explorer

  VoG II 18:59 20 Nov 04

I've just tried with my rusty version of Opera and got in fine.

I'm now using Firefox click here - you should try it, Tazfan.

  Tazfan 20:57 20 Nov 04

How stupid do I feel? I did of course mean .co.uk and NOT .com as I put.

Having checked setting, privacy was set to accept cookies, so I changed it, rebooted and put it back. It now works again with Opera.

Thank you all, and sorry for my mindless typo! pcadvisor.com indeed Consider my wrist well and truly cyber slapped.

  Tazfan 20:59 20 Nov 04

Addendum.

VoG™, I d/l FireFox a week or so ago, and keep having the odd play. Seems ok so far.

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