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Author Topic:   HHHHHeeeeeellllllllppppppppppppppp !!!
TM BIO Guest 1
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posted March 26, 2001 10:56 AM            
How in gods name do i get my login back - i didnt write it down !!!!!!

And im stuck as a crappy Bio Guest !!!

-=[/2]=- www.dnxworld.com

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Random Chaos
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posted March 26, 2001 01:41 PM            
Er - you mean you lost your password or you forgot the name? If I know your login name and if I see either Jim or Tom online I can see about getting your pass back. Since I'm not LDA anymore I can't get it back myself...though I know how to do it.

I'd need your e-mail though.

--Random Chaos

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coax
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posted March 26, 2001 03:10 PM            
lol, beware what you click

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TM BIO Guest 1
Member
posted March 26, 2001 07:35 PM            
thats correct RC, i have the name , i can copy that from any post =DNX= Matrix but the pass - man o man........

my mail : matrix@dianetix.worldonline.co.uk - i may also have registered with "freeserve" in place of "worldonline" 2 diff isp's i use regularly.

cheers mano.

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TM BIO Guest 1
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posted March 26, 2001 07:36 PM            
oh and by the way, whosever idea that daft link was.....

,,i,,

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coax
Administrator
posted March 26, 2001 07:56 PM            
lol, sorry Matrix. I didn't know it saved inside the cookie doh jar. Ummmm.... my only advise would be don't do it again

I am sorry though, eventhough its kinda funny.

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=DNX= Matrix
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posted March 26, 2001 07:57 PM            
sorted - thx 4 the fun m8.......

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Random Chaos
Member
posted March 27, 2001 06:02 PM            
Good to hear

I just was checking back now...but I see you already got it straitened out.

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Random Chaos
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posted March 27, 2001 06:06 PM            
Oh - I had also assumed you had messed up your e-mail not just forgotten your password. Most people that have problems get a bad e-mail address going and can't retrive their e-mail to fix it. That then requires looking at the user file on the server by user number (which also isn't easy to figure out usually).

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