Ok here goes - My ex girlfriend got me banned from my favourite game website by slyly logging in (user name and password was preset for ease!!!!) and once in she heartily abused the moderator till he banned her (under my user name) and she logged out without leaving a clue. I sent that site emails explaining the situation to them but they said I am responsible for users on my machine and tuff luck. Now I am searching for a backway in and any help would be welcome. Please think of me as an innocent victim in this case and not some evil person getting back on a site!!!! In the hope that someone has an easy solution for me to get back on the site please let me have it. The following is the information i can give. My PC has windows XP - I have tried removing the gaming software and reinstalling it from the web changed my user id and logged on as a new member (no success)...changed my dyanmic IP number and still cant enter. Changed my ISP that didnt help either. However when i use another computer to access the same site I can use my banned user name and id to enter and eveything is normal!!!! Obvious that some hardware or something from my home pc is tagged and banned by that site and for the life of me i cant figure out what that would be....I cant buy a new computer for this purpose....perhaps i can fully format my entire disk and reload the OS Windows XP but that sound too complex for a bird brain like me and if that doesnt work I will be ready to screammmmmmm anyways. Any quick and easy to use solutions would be terrific and I am guessing that someone would love to get his hands on this problem and helppppppp me recover from a lost love and a gaming site loss!!!!!!
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What did i do to p/o her off...well thats a long story but in essence i realised that asking another gal out to the pub where your g/fs sister in law is present can get u banned from a web site!!!!!! Strange but true ...she saw me reported me and …
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A modem is a dumb serial device, and there shouldn't be anything in there that identifies you as who you are, in contrast to a ethernet card that does have a MAC address on it.
My guess is that something in your game, perhaps the serial number …
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