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Old 11-01-2004, 06:44 AM   #1
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Question please.
Why does it take 5 steps for me to log on each time I come to interference? It use to be I could jump over here and dive right in. Now I have to go through the following steps everytime:
1. Go to interference news
2. Click on thread I want to read.
3. Wait for log in/register box to pop up.
4. Log in
5. Now i'm back on the subscribed forums page where I have to start all over again and click on the news.

This is quite annoying and time consuming. Seems it started after there was talk about new sever. But then again I had to download my drivers around the same time because of lightning.

Is this the new norm or do I need to change some setting? Be specific since I hate to change settings in Windows 2000. It seems to screw up something else when I do.
Thanks for the help

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Old 11-01-2004, 06:49 PM   #2
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Do you use this URL?


If so, this is what comes up for me...I've circled the log-in area:

If you are accessing it through that URL and don't get that log-in area, then I have no idea.
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