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Financial site connectivity problems

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by ejmdumac@yahoo.com, Jul 29, 2010.

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    My IPad connects well with most sites but balks at password protected sites such as Fidelity, Sun Trust, etc. Usual response is " server has stopped responding". Fidelity even responds that I have an incorrect password, which I know to be wrong. I am seeking my connections as I travel through Ireland and have no such connection problems with my wife's laptop. Any guidance would be appreciated.
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    ejmdumac,
    When Steve Jobs says "it is not a computer" he wasn't kidding I guess. Have you tried using Safari on your wife's laptop? If that won't work, you may have a hint as to the problem. I haven't tried to do what you are doing [and don't plan to, 'connect to my bank etc.'] but it may be a problem with Safari as modified for the iPad. Others may have the answer though.Good luck.

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