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clear rapidshare website cookies??

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October 31, 2006 9:08:32 PM

How do I clear the cookie file that rapidshare & uploading site put in PC? I clear it from browser but it still there. Is there a way to check for it in registry?
November 6, 2006 10:55:41 AM

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How do I clear the cookie file that rapidshare & uploading site put in PC? I clear it from browser but it still there. Is there a way to check for it in registry?


What browser are you using?
November 6, 2006 7:48:01 PM

I am using firefox browser. I tried to search for the cookies in registry but unsucessful. I clear the cookies from browser.
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November 6, 2006 8:18:36 PM

Try the following. First go to Windows Explorer go to Tools and then Folder Optons and then Check Show Hidden Files and Uncheck Hide Extensions and Hide Protected Files. Then boot into Safe Mode and log in as Administrator. Then go to Documents and Settings and go to the your log in name folder. Try deleting the cooikies in the Cookie Folder. Then got the the Local folder and delete the history, temp, and internet temp folders. The Firefox Cache is in the Application folder under Local, just click through till you get the Cache folder.
November 7, 2006 12:50:31 AM

it shouldn't let you, but make sure you don't delete that index.dat file, otherwise you're screwed
November 7, 2006 10:42:38 AM

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it shouldn't let you, but make sure you don't delete that index.dat file, otherwise you're screwed


Actually, I've deleted the index.dat file in the previous mentioned folders and had no problems but I agree, better safe than sorry so best not to delete it.
November 7, 2006 6:41:41 PM

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Try the following. First go to Windows Explorer go to Tools and then Folder Optons and then Check Show Hidden Files and Uncheck Hide Extensions and Hide Protected Files. Then boot into Safe Mode and log in as Administrator. Then go to Documents and Settings and go to the your log in name folder. Try deleting the cooikies in the Cookie Folder. Then got the the Local folder and delete the history, temp, and internet temp folders. The Firefox Cache is in the Application folder under Local, just click through till you get the Cache folder.


thanks for the tip gpaw.
November 7, 2006 6:43:31 PM

Hope it works for you
November 8, 2006 12:11:06 AM

Are you trying to download 2 things at once?

What are you trying to do?
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