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Cookie issue

Jug Ears

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Im using a console on a betting site that updates odds as it happens. Ive not found it a problem before but more recently the odds are updating quite slowly and/or not at all. I assumed that it must be a cookie issue, and have deleted cookies and internet history, then gone back into the site. This seems to work initally but quite soon slows down again. If I close the console and bring it back again they change.

Are there any other reasons why this would not be working correctly. Not sure whether java script could be an issue? If its a cookie problem would anyone be able to shed light on what I could do differently. Asked the site customer service which suggested deleting cookies, but couldnt offer any other advice.

As usual will be very grateful for any advice offered.


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If you remove the cookies for the betting site it probably will not work properly.

Just check that you have the latest Java and Flash updates.

Or try command prompt and type in ipconfig /flushdns and press enter on your keyboard.

It should tell you the DNS Cache has been flushed if so reboot and see if it makes any difference.

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