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Discussion in 'YouTube' started by fluxo27, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. fluxo27

    fluxo27 Junior Member

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    Hello,

    getting this message all day long when I try to create a new gmail account, anyone got the same problem?
     
  2. blackfairy

    blackfairy Regular Member

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    Yeah I sometimes get that message too. I don't know if that's a bug or something, but it always happend to me when I tried using a password like mHd3k8soZ. Seems like gmail dislikes strong passwords, because when I tried it again with a much simpler password like pizzatuna22 it let me create a new account. Weird but it works :D
     
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    Never happened this with me ever.
     
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    clear your cookies,change your browser & use some proxy to get it resolved OP.
     
  5. fluxo27

    fluxo27 Junior Member

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    thanks for your answers, I have a nother question.
    I bought some private proxies for youtube. Now they dont work for google it says "it seems your network is sending automated queries..".
    Should I make sure my proxies work for both sites since youtube and google are the same, or is that not a problem?

    And why do I even get such a message when I get unused private proxies.