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    JavaScript required to sign in - hotmail

    I'm using explorer 7 beta 2, and having problem accessing my hotmail. It simply says "JavaScript required to sign in". Usually I'd just use Firefox like I always do but there's this site that only accepts explorer for god knows why and I have to get to my hotmail with explorer for a verification e-mail.

    Any help would be great.

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    They obviously dont want alternate browsers for logging into hotmail.

    I used to use hotmail and it ended up being more of a pain than it was a benefit so I went and signed up with Yahoo.

    Makes no difference what browser you have to login to yahoo mail.

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    Well, I'd make a new user and use my gmail adress if I could, but the site that only supports explorer now tells me that I have to use explorer even when I AM using Explorer. :| So it would help alot if I could access my hotmail with explorer.

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    Oh btw it's not some pron site. XP

    http://www.mapleglobal.com/

    I'm thinking M$ payed the bastards. 9:

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelee
    ... the site that only supports explorer now tells me that I have to use explorer even when I AM using Explorer.
    They probably just don't know how to detect IE7. There's nothing this forum can do to help you with your sign in problems at any site.

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    spyware is another cause of login errors, give your PC a clean with Lavasofts Adaware SE personal edition and a background tool called SpywareBlaster from javacoolsoft will help you from browser hijacks and redirection as well as other malware that can be planted on your machine through various means...

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