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New PC IE doesn't remember previous entries

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I got a new PC and IE doesn't remember entries on Web pages.  For instance, using IE on my old PC:
  1) I typed my name once in a web page
  2) When I come back to this page, it would have a pull down list with my name in it.
New PC doesn't have a pull down list.
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cybersean earned 400 total points
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Open IE, click Tools, Internet Options, Content, Auto Complete
ensure the appropriate boxes are selected.
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Hello schmir1,

Adding to what cybersean said, make sure to check "Forms", and "Usernames and passwords on forms". Click OK to apply and close.

Hope this helps!
war1
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Thanks.  Works great.
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