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    AOL - Bug

    When I use internet explorer RW works fine, but when I use AOL and jump to another page RW just tells me that i am unregisted


    Any idears??

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    Re: AOL - Bug

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyMumford
    When I use internet explorer RW works fine, but when I use AOL and jump to another page RW just tells me that i am unregisted


    Any idears??
    I had the same problem on one of my machines..
    I had to close all browser windows, go to the cookies foler, delete the RBWcookie, and INDEX.DAT.. without deleting the index file it would screw up..
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    Re: AOL - Bug

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyMumford
    When I use internet explorer RW works fine, but when I use AOL and jump to another page RW just tells me that i am unregisted


    Any idears??
    Are you using the AOL browser? If so, when logged in using AOL, try still using IE instead.

    The issue here is that AOL uses whats called dynamic IP's and when you then go to other pages, the database thinks you are a new user and marks you as logged out. That's why it is often referred to as AOhell

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