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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 28-02-2017, 10:54
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Not sure if you still need to know your current password but might be worth trying this....


https://forums.motorhomefacts.com/login.php?do=lostpw


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Yes, that's the way to do it Pete.
If you log out, then try to log in again but enter the wrong password you'll get that screen anyway, it won't require you to enter your password and will Email you a new password very quickly.
The IMPORTANT thing to remember is that it will Email the new password to the Email address that is registered with MHF, not necessarily the Email address that you're using ATM. If you no longer have access to that address then you're stuffed.

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As has already been said, the laptop knows the password look it up in either options or settings depending on which browser you are using then Security and show saved passwords.

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As has already been said, the laptop knows the password look it up in either options or settings depending on which browser you are using then Security and show saved passwords.
Pete Thanks your a star,
wish i was a bit more pc savvy, was a bit of a fiddle trying to get to the settings thing on windows 10, but done thanks again,
wish people read the op properly, i HAD forgot the password,
admins fault any how making us use so many things in the password, but all sorted, mow i can do it on that thing that people tell me is for telephone calls
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Pete Thanks your a star,
wish i was a bit more pc savvy, was a bit of a fiddle trying to get to the settings thing on windows 10, but done thanks again,
wish people read the op properly, i HAD forgot the password,
admins fault any how making us use so many things in the password, but all sorted, mow i can do it on that thing that people tell me is for telephone calls
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I hope you´ve written it down somewhere
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Pete Thanks your a star,
wish i was a bit more pc savvy, was a bit of a fiddle trying to get to the settings thing on windows 10, but done thanks again,
wish people read the op properly, i HAD forgot the password,
admins fault any how making us use so many things in the password, but all sorted, mow i can do it on that thing that people tell me is for telephone calls
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Ignore those people who tell you it is only for telephone calls.

We use our smartphone for



Internet, including tethering it to the laptop for a bigger screen

Finding Aires, Campsites via campingcarsinfos etc.

As a Satnav in a cradle, with loaded programme.

We also have Skype loaded, so we can talk to Basia's Sister in Turkey, and others outside the EU at low cost, from anywhere in the EU. (Inside the EU is all free in our contract)

So for us both here at home, where it is our only telephone, and on the move in the MH, or otherwise, it is our 'Communications Centre' - so not just for phone calls - tell your friends.

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Ignore those people who tell you it is only for telephone calls.

We use our smartphone for



Internet, including tethering it to the laptop for a bigger screen

Finding Aires, Campsites via campingcarsinfos etc.

As a Satnav in a cradle, with loaded programme.

We also have Skype loaded, so we can talk to Basia's Sister in Turkey, and others outside the EU at low cost, from anywhere in the EU. (Inside the EU is all free in our contract)

So for us both here at home, where it is our only telephone, and on the move in the MH, or otherwise, it is our 'Communications Centre' - so not just for phone calls - tell your friends.

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How much does the contract cost Geoff ?

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How much does the contract cost Geoff ?
It covers all phone calls from anywhere in the EU to any landline or mobile within the EU, plus 3Gb data per month inside Poland and an extra 3Gb per month in any other EU country, which is for a 'billing' month, so if we are away for 2 weeks of one month and 2 weeks of the next we effectively get 6Gb for 4 weeks.

The contract is approx. £25 p.m., but it is Basia's Office phone (tax-deductible) and we have given up the landline, so a saving there. We also do not need to pay to download some info to use off-line, since we can access on-line for no extra.

It is not for everyone, but with our multiple trips and Basia's need to keep in touch with the Family, especially ageing Mother daily, it suits us fine.

I think the identical contract is not available now - was introduced I suspect, when the roaming charges ban was imminent, now delayed, but similar are available and this one might come back when the ban comes closer.

The provider keeps calling us to change contracts - no way

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It covers all phone calls from anywhere in the EU to any landline or mobile within the EU, plus 3Gb data per month inside Poland and an extra 3Gb per month in any other EU country, which is for a 'billing' month, so if we are away for 2 weeks of one month and 2 weeks of the next we effectively get 6Gb for 4 weeks.

The contract is approx. £25 p.m., but it is Basia's Office phone (tax-deductible) and we have given up the landline, so a saving there. We also do not need to pay to download some info to use off-line, since we can access on-line for no extra.

It is not for everyone, but with our multiple trips and Basia's need to keep in touch with the Family, especially ageing Mother daily, it suits us fine.

I think the identical contract is not available now - was introduced I suspect, when the roaming charges ban was imminent, now delayed, but similar are available and this one might come back when the ban comes closer.

The provider keeps calling us to change contracts - no way

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Oh I thought we might have been able to get a similar thing just over the border, hits that idea on the head.
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They(T-Mobile) are offering something less(1Gb?) but maybe cheaper.

I think if you wait a few months there will be something similar to ours. We may even find a better deal soon.

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