Cant sign into hotmail

March 30, 2005 at 17:28:01
Specs: win 98 se, celeron 400/128 mb ram

heres the deal...for the past few days i havent been able to sign into my hotmail account. msn messenger works fine, but when i go to check my email the website keeps saying "please retype your password." i tried it on my buddy's computer and it works fine. i ran spybot and ad aware but to no avail. someone plz help!

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#1
March 31, 2005 at 06:43:30

madness, urm try another browser perhaps...

roamhosting.net


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#2
April 1, 2005 at 06:57:06

Have you got cookies turned on?
Have you also tried clearing out your cache and trying again?

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#3
April 15, 2005 at 05:47:10

I cannot login to my hotmail account either on a particular computer. The only change I can think of is that I installed MSN Messenger 7.0 beta. The other computer where login is not a problem still have MSN Messenger 6 running.

I have deleted all cookies and temp files in Internet Explorer and even uninstall MSN Messenger 7 but still no success.

Anybody has any other ideas?

The login failure message I get is:

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The .NET Passport service is currently unavailable at this Web site for one of these reasons:


• The site may contain an error or be experiencing a problem that affects the .NET Passport service.
• The site may not be an official .NET Passport-participating site.


You can:


• Return to this site later and try to sign in or register again.
• Sign in or register for a .NET Passport at another .NET Passport participating site. .NET Passport Site Directory
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Thanks.

Hong


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#4
April 25, 2005 at 21:34:35

I think these hotmail problems are caused by the latest IE/MSN Messenger updates.
I was able to get into my hotmail using firefox,(in Linux & Windows), even when Internet Explorer and MSN Messenger could NOT access the hotmail site.
I "fixed" the problem by hitting the reset button in the "Internet Options/Security" Tabs for the various levels of Internet Security.
Also cleared the "Block all cookies from originating website" list in the privacy report pop-up box.
Don't know which of those actions did the trick, but it does work now.

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