Chrome/Window stops autoloading/executing website login credentials


  1. Posts : 12
    Windows 10
       #1

    Chrome/Window stops autoloading/executing website login credentials


    I have several Windows 10 desktops/laptops in the house kept up to date. All run Chrome.

    Several weeks ago, I noticed that Chrome no longer prefills and executes my username/password for various websites. Most don't prefill anything, some prefill the two credentials but don't execute them on the fly, and only a couple (Yahoo for example) still seem to load with my login executed and ready to go.

    On this same system, I just noticed a secured software package (Turbotax for Windows) now requires I load the security key each time I launch it. It didn't do this back in February when I did the taxes.

    Not sure where the problem is. I've cleared the cookies and cache, uninstalled/reinstalled numerous times. So far nothing has fixed this. Don't see anything on the Chrome support forum, and judging from dates, the slow response for inquiries is probably the reason.

    Any ideas??? Thanks.

    John

    Version 20H2 (Build 19042.906)
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  2. Posts : 750
    Win10 Version 20H2 19042.844
       #2

    Check below:


    On your computer, open Chrome.
    At the top, click More Settings.
    Select Passwords Check passwords.

    Manage passwords - Computer - Google Chrome Help

    How do I find stored passwords in Windows 10?

    Press Win + R to open Run.
    Type inetcpl. cpl, and then click OK.
    Go to the Content tab.
    Under AutoComplete, click on Settings.
    Click on Manage Passwords. This will then open Credential Manager where you can view your saved passwords.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...8-dff77aad9c22
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 12
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    pericles said:
    Check below:


    On your computer, open Chrome.
    At the top, click More Settings.
    Select Passwords Check passwords.

    Manage passwords - Computer - Google Chrome Help

    How do I find stored passwords in Windows 10?

    Press Win + R to open Run.
    Type inetcpl. cpl, and then click OK.
    Go to the Content tab.
    Under AutoComplete, click on Settings.
    Click on Manage Passwords. This will then open Credential Manager where you can view your saved passwords.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...8-dff77aad9c22
    Thank you for the suggestion. As mentioned, several websites stopped preloading and executing logins (UN and PW) while others work fine on ONE particular laptop. Using the above control panel dialog, I compared the credentials saved on the machines that are working fine with the one that isn't, and none of the website that I'm concerned about are listed on any of the machines. It must be a Chrome saved UN/PW issue. The credentials are there, they just aren't autoloading on this one machine. Google help and the community feedback are notoriously slow so it's going to be hard to find help in this I think.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

    John
      My Computer


 

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