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Old 03-29-2020, 03:03 AM   #1
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Hi
I had forgotton my password for a forum and when i tried to reset it or contact a moderator the websight would not let me send.There is a small box down in the right hand corner which is saying this site key is not enabled for the invisible captcha.??
Any ideas as to what may be the issue?

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Old 03-29-2020, 03:41 AM   #2
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You will need to contact the site you have the issue with as the problem is on their end.
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Old 03-29-2020, 03:45 AM   #3
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Thats the thing i cant get the message to send
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Old 03-29-2020, 09:10 AM   #4
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Look on their site map. There is usually a way to contact someone via e-mail. Even if it's not "the right someone" if you describe the issue and ask that the information be forwarded to the appropriate person or department for review it usually makes it there.
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Clear your browsers Cache. Try a different Browser.
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Clear your browsers Cache. Try a different Browser.
Or both.

It is astounding just how many issues, many that would appear to have no solution, can be traced back to browser cache corruption.

As soon as I start having any uncharacteristic behavior(s) with a site I use regularly, clearing browser cache is job one before trying again.

I personally prefer using a third party tool like System Ninja or BleachBit to clear all the caches of all my browsers in one fell swoop. These are also faster than the built-in process for Chromium-based browsers, which seem to take forever to completely clear cache when you tell it "everything for all time."
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Look on their site map. There is usually a way to contact someone via e-mail. Even if it's not "the right someone" if you describe the issue and ask that the information be forwarded to the appropriate person or department for review it usually makes it there.
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Or both.

It is astounding just how many issues, many that would appear to have no solution, can be traced back to browser cache corruption.

As soon as I start having any uncharacteristic behavior(s) with a site I use regularly, clearing browser cache is job one before trying again.

I personally prefer using a third party tool like System Ninja or BleachBit to clear all the caches of all my browsers in one fell swoop. These are also faster than the built-in process for Chromium-based browsers, which seem to take forever to completely clear cache when you tell it "everything for all time."
Already done this..
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Gonna give system ninja a go.Is there any files i should uncheck and not delete?..
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Attached is the Checkbox List from how I run System Ninja. I definitely don't want my existing cookies wiped and I like to keep browsing history, jump lists (which some other utilities call MRUs - Most Recently Used, and SN calls Recent Files), and the actual configurations I've chosen for the display of all my various files and folders.
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I just let Firefox delete 5 things every-time I close the browser. I don't mind re-signing in as my PW manager makes it easy.
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Still no joy with this..
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What was the result of your Post #7? What is the site? Maybe we can have better results.
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