Error messages while posting videos on Facebook

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       #11

    Thanks...will do.
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       #12

    Error messages while posting videos on Facebook-image.pngCheck this out, Ken. It says I have no devices listed, but no option for listing that I can see. Do you know what I need to do from here?
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       #13

    Yes, go to top of that page, Login Alerts. Enable.

    Now this won't change behavior when sending 6 to 7 videos. That is just Facebook dropping the hammer on Bots.

    I use the login alerts and the Two-Factor Authentication, with complex passwords. Likely still not fool proof but I want every bit of security they offer working for me.
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       #14

    I enabled notifications for both FB and email...still don't know how to list Chrome in the last screenshot I sent you. However, things seem to be working so no reason to fix it. I'm pretty sure you're right about posting that many videos all at one time. Tomorrow I'll post about 3, do some other things then post some more. Thanks for your kind assistance.
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    I believe you will now be prompted when you log in and you will get emails telling you the activity has occurred.

    You could try pushing the matter. Log out of Facebook. Then log back in. I think this should kick the notify and trust procedures into action. It may not as your cookies will still be on machine.
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    Caledon Ken said:
    I believe you will now be prompted when you log in and you will get emails telling you the activity has occurred.

    You could try pushing the matter. Log out of Facebook. Then log back in. I think this should kick the notify and trust procedures into action. It may not as your cookies will still be on machine.
    Yesterday when I changed my security settings I was asked for my password and this AM I was able to post 6 videos in a row w/no error messages...going to mark this one as "Solved," Thanks so much for hanging in to the bitter end, Ken and, believe me I'll be back. Thanks again.
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    Error messages while posting videos on Facebook-capture.pngThey're back, Ken. After everything worked perfectly yesterday when I changed my privacy settings and had to enter my password. Yesterday when I was finished I logged out of Facebook and this AM I entered it to gain access. Still after about the 4th video it happened again...can't figure this one out. I'd already marked this thread as solved, but guess I was wrong. I replied to the "contact us if etc...." and also clicked on the ? and explained again. Facebook hasn't been any help and I can't fine a single friend who has encountered this issue. Do you have ANY further suggestions? Thanks, as always.
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       #18

    Are you running any kind of "Cleaning" products, either through Window's installed programs, Disk Cleanup, or CC Cleaner, Norton Utilities, etc?

    I ask as I'm wondering if you are sweeping away "credentials", and I use that term loosely. (Cookies, History, time logged in.)

    I think in one of your previous post that you share computer with your wife. I'm out on a plank here but I also think you said you use the same Windows log in.

    If either situations are the case, stop the cleaning and maybe considered getting your own Windows id, even if just for a week and see if staying logged into Facebook builds your reputation.
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    Caledon Ken said:
    Are you running any kind of "Cleaning" products, either through Window's installed programs, Disk Cleanup, or CC Cleaner, Norton Utilities, etc?
    separaI have used CCleaner but before we go any farther, everything is working perfectly today. I logged off yesterday and logged back on this AM and was able to post 6 videos w/no problem. Of course, that doesn't mean it won't happen again. Should I stop using CCleaner and if so, what do you suggest? And no, when I was talking about the log in that you mentioned it was on my desktop on which my wife and I have te passwords. I use this laptop to browse, etc. If you don't mind please let me know what I shold be using for disk

    I ask as I'm wondering if you are sweeping away "credentials", and I use that term loosely. (Cookies, History, time logged in.)

    I think in one of your previous post that you share computer with your wife. I'm out on a plank here but I also think you said you use the same Windows log in.

    If either situations are the case, stop the cleaning and maybe considered getting your own Windows id, even if just for a week and see if staying logged into Facebook builds your reputation.
    I have used CCleaner before, but before we go any farther, everything is working perfectly today. Yesterday I logged off and then this AM logged back on and was able to post 6 videos in a row. Of course, that doesn't mean it won't happen again. RE the question about my wife and I, I was talking about my desktop where we have 2 user accounts and we each have different passwords. I do 99% of my browsing on this laptop. If you don't mind please let me know what I should be using for disk cleaning if I should not be using CCleaner. Also I'll try staying logged in to FB. Thanks as always.
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  10. Posts : 27,656
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       #20

    CC Cleaner is a good product.

    I guess where I was going was for lack of better word "Reputation". I'm thinking maybe Facebook has algorithms that look at your machine and say, yea its you coming from an established device. Then CC Cleaner, or any other cleaning type product, runs and scrubs away history, cookies or what ever Facebook is keying in on. You log in and it says okay its you but I'm (Facebook) not sure.

    Yes I would think staying logged in would be good. That is my approach to Facebook, Twitter as well as TenForums, The Newspaper and my mail.
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