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I have a PC with Windows 7 installed and I'm using both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox for browsing the Internet. Recently I encountered a problem where I am not able to log in to Gmail or MSN. The Gmail server says my browser cookies are turned off but they're not.

The strange thing is I visited http://mail.google.com using 3 different browsers (Chrome, Firefox and IE) and yet I get the same error in all of them. I am able to log in to some websites (Facebook) but not others (MSN). What could be the problem?

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I tried resetting Firefox to factory default state but I still face the same problem –  Vinayak Dec 3 '12 at 13:14
    
This sounds like a network filtering problem. –  Ramhound Dec 3 '12 at 15:17
    
Check your antivirus/firewall and/or router. Something is most likely blocking them,. –  MDT Guy Dec 30 '12 at 21:45

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Make sure your system clock and date is set correctly. If these are off many processes that rely on time stamps cease to function.

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try to clear Temporary file : RUN> temp

RUN> %temp%

RUN> Recent

RUN> prefetch

And to delete all the browsing DATA , History and Cookies .

Delete all the file that can be deleted .

If problem remains still just do one thing Uninstall the browser and clear Registry Settings for the Browser Also look for the program file of the browser and delete them too

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