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LinkedIN - Connect, although connected, the names appear again

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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I am a member or LinkedIn.  Sometimes I connect with a member that I know very well, but surprisingly after a few days or so, his name appears again asking to connect again.  This looks like an endless loop and I think the whole day can be spent just clicking on Connect each person as he or she appears.  Is there a short cut to this.  thank u.
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Do you receive the "connect" confirmation email?  Have you contacted LinkedIn support?  It doesn't seem like this would be a browser issue, but you never know.  Have you tried it in different browsers or on a mobile app?
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In response to Jeff, I use IE 11, but this happens after I have closed the browser and then logged out and maybe the next day logged in, and then when I check my email, sometimes I remember he same name appearing asking me to Connect.
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That is a problem with linkedin and not a browser problem that you can fix at your end.
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in response to David, can u please share with me how to fix this problem from LinkedIn itself.  Thank u.
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send a bug report to linked that is all you can do
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thank u
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