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New postPosted: March 4th, 2010, 8:19 am 
We get a free virus program with our high speed internet .A couple of days ago comcast switched from Mcfee to Norton. Ever since the switch my auto login no longer works I use firefox Hubby uses IE and his is fine. I REALLY don't want to go back to IE. But I even have to login to my igoogle home page every single time I get on. Help!


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I'm going to guess it's a setting for cookies that the virus program has set really low or off. You might look into that. I have a plugin for Firefox that remembers passwords and asks if I want to remember them. If you want something like that check out Firefox addons.

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Do you have a Norton Toolbar on your browser? Click on the dropdown arrow next to the word "Norton" and open "Manage Logins". You can adjust your preferences and settings there.


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New postPosted: March 4th, 2010, 2:49 pm 
No cop cop I do not have a Norton toolbar.
I only have the Norton security suite icon in my bottom toolbar.


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According to two computer guys I know, running two different anti virus programs causes all kinds of problems.

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New postPosted: March 4th, 2010, 3:03 pm 
We don't have two. Comcast switched from Mcfee to Norton So we had to switch to keep our free virus protection that comes with our cable internet.


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Oh I thought you meant you get a free one and you had Norton also.... Hmm... I'll see if anyone can answer your question.

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I know the automatic login feature is part of my Norton 360. You can get to "Manage Logins" from Startup/All Programs/Norton Internet Security. You can shut off the auto fill from there.


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