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    Ikonboard CGI Error Ikonboard has exited with the following error:

    invalid lang cookie value

    This error was reported at: Sources/Lib/FUNC.pm line 388.

    Please note that your 'real' paths have been removed to protect your information.

    What's this all about? If not for the MSIE browser, I wouldn't be able to access TerraForums.

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    I use firefox and I don't get that.
    Sounds like you need to change your cookie settings

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]I use firefox and I don't get that.
    Same here...

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    Me too. No problems with my Firefox. Hmmmmm.

    I'd clear your cookies, make sure your virus software is up to date, and do a scan for spyware. See if that helps.

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    The virus software needs updating, but I'm reasonably confident that I don't have any viruses. Lavasoft's Ad-Aware was done, along with the Sytem Tools were done. No change. It just happened during the course of the day. Of all the "Bookmarks" I have, it is the ONLY one with an error. I tried adding a new TF bookmark and when I clicked on it, I got the same error. I'll check at work and see if the pc I use has the same problem. What other cookie-related thing should I do? Hey, at least I still have MSIE as a backup browser.

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    Scott,
    Also run Spybot-S&D for spyware. I have notice that each of the programs Spybot-S&D and Ad-Aware both find different spyware programs that the other misses.
    http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html
    The cookie for the site might be corrupt, try deleting it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (elgecko @ Dec. 13 2004,7:24)]Scott,
    Also run Spybot-S&D for spyware. I have notice that each of the programs Spybot-S&D and Ad-Aware both find different spyware programs that the other misses.
    http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html
    The cookie for the site might be corrupt, try deleting it.
    But Captain... the dilithium crystals.... the pc... she's gonna blow! Talk about mixed metaphors...

    3 months ago, at the suggestion of two forum members, I installed Spy Sweeper to go with Ad - Aware. After the usual restart, every time I navigated, the error message of, "you have performed an illegal operation" came up. Well I didn't raise my pc to be a criminal...

    Basically, it crashed. So I called Gateway for the umpteenth time in 6 years and the technician said the pc had a virus. My computer guru / cp buddy at work volunteered to take a look at it while we were vacationing. All he did was put it in safe mode, delete a few non-essential startup programs - and then delete Spy Sweeper. Then it was fine. I asked what was the cause. He couldn't say for certain, but suggested either it was a RAM thing (I have Windows 98) or Ad - Aware thought Spy Sweeper was the enemy, causing it to crash. Another pc expert / friend agreed with the assessment that the one program thought the other was a threat - like putting two cats together.

    Anyways, this morning I tried again and lo and behold - I got in. I had to re-login because it thought I was a guest, but now it works. Coincidently, my kid installed Windows 98, Second Edition last night. Don't know if THAT had anything to do with it, but hey, it works [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

    Personally, I think it was browsing on bad cookies. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Dec. 14 2004,2:26)]Personally, I think it was browsing on bad cookies. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]
    You gotta watch out for those bad cookies. They'll mess you up everytime. And the bad taste they leave in your mouth! Yechhhh!

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