Post by countrymom2 on May 19, 2011 8:21:21 GMT -5
Hi, this is "countrymom" and I can't get my password! I didn't write down my password and now I forgot it. Anyway, I've tried using the retrieve password box - once with my user name and once with my e-mail, then I enter the text in the box and click retrieve password. It sends me back to the "Your password is incorrect, enter user name, password and the text" box again and I'm not getting an e-mail with my password.
In Firefox, go to Tools - options- privacy. Midway in that screen click the link for "remove individual cookies" Scroll through and remove all the cookies for "familycow.proboards.com" or "proboards.com". Then try the missing password thing again.
Pepper-Angus/Dexter/Jersey 12 yr Mocha (aka Crazy Cow) 11 yr Eva Holstein 11 yr Chloe - Jersey/Dexter 10 yr Dolly - Jersey 10 Brie - Jersey - 9 Fern - 5 Birdie - 5
Post by countrymom2 on May 21, 2011 14:56:51 GMT -5
Thanks for replying on a Saturday! I'd tried removing the proboards cookies before but I'd missed the familycow.proboards. I really hoped that would be the ticket, but I just removed them both and I'm back in the loop!!!
Here's what I did, maybe you see an error? I stayed on the family cow site, I clicked on the Login button, then went to tools, options, privacy, cookies - deleted the cookies for familycow.proboard... and proboard..., came back to the login screen and clicked on "forgot password", filled in my user name and typed whatever was in the screen and clicked "retrieve password" and it popped me right back to the regular login with the "because your attempt failed, please do again and prove you are human" message.
Thanks for all your help. I sure thought I would have used one of my "standard" passwords...
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