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I'm having trouble using FM from my home computer. When I log in I automatically get loged off when I change the page. I will login and check the box to automatically log me in on each visit and it sucessfully logs me in but when I click on a link like main index to go to a page where I want to post something I am suddenly not logged in anymore. Can someone help me out with this? I've tried messing with the security on my home computer but that doesn't seem to do it.

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joe

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Sounds like a browser issue. Are you using a recent version of Internet Explorer or Firefox? If not, you may have a problem. Are you using a Macintosh? If so, you may have a problem.

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Could be corrupt cookies. Go into your "my home" and try expiring your cookies.

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For IE and FF, Clear your cache and cookies. Reboot your pc. Also ensure your browser is allowing cookies from FM.

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