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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:43 am 
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I log on automatically and have forgotten my original PW... Does anyone know how to retrieve or reset the PW so I can use it on my laptop as well?

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:19 pm 
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Answered my own question, but I hope this is helpful to others...
1) In the log-in place, request a reactivation sent to your e-mail address
2) Retrieve the e-mail from your spam filter directory
3)Log in using the new PW and proceed to "Forums" in the bold headings on the left
4)Click on "User Control Panel" in the upper right of Forums page
5)Click on "Profile"
6)Click on "Edit Account Settings"
7)Enter a new PW and reset to something pronounceable
8)Pause to admire all the interesting nooks and crannies in the webpage
9)Since you read this far, I will reward you with telling you another secret that this brings to mind. On the "dungeon" level of the Buda Castle museum, on the right bank of the Danube, if you wander bearing left as you walk toward the Danube, you will encounter a plywood-encased corredor that, although not labeled in English, leads to the most beautiful chapel I have ever seen, presumably where the Royal family would break their daily fast. Enjoy the view! :)


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