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Old 05-06-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Skype: Can't log in on different computer


I started on Skype last week on my laptop with windows 7 computer and it's been working fine. However, when I try to log in on my home PC with XP it keeps saying that my username or password are not right. I haven't even been able to download Skype onto my home PC yet because of this. I know for sure that I am using the same username and password. I can still log in on my laptop just fine. Can't fig it out, can someone help.

Hope I posted in the right section.

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Old 05-07-2012, 08:09 AM   #2
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By admission of a newbie with Skype, but in my own experience you can't be logged in on 2 separate PCs at the same time unless you have different accounts. So make sure you are logged out on the laptop [even quit the app if you can] before trying to login on the desktop.
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