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2/27/09 12:20pm - Original Message: 'Passwords and Profile Updates'
Norsky Lifetime Member
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Twin Lakes, CO - USA

SOLD - "The Toy" - 1970 Convertible
SOLD - "The Beast" - 1990 ZR-1 (#682)
"BLKBRRD" - 1978 Trans Am, 400ci/285hp, 4 spd, Black w/black interior, Hurst t-tops

Joined: 1/23/2002
Posts: 6755
Hey Gang! |wavey|

Recently there have been a number of e-mails to "The Support Gang" asking for assistance in remembering forgotten passwords. While "The Gang" is more than happy to assist with getting member's passwords reset it does take time away from other things that need to be taken care of here on the site.

Before asking for your password try using the link labeled "I Forgot My Password" on the login screen which will bring up your Challenge Question.  Answer it correctly and you will be able to reset your password to whatever you would like it to be.  If you don't remember the answer then you'll need to ask for help.
|idea| Here's a tip for helping to remember a (temporarily forgotten or new) password. The Challenge Question/Answer combination is used in many places to make sure you are you (like asking what your mother's maiden name is). Here at C3VR you can use that combination to help you remember your password.

First decide what you would like your password to be. Then simply word your Challenge Question so that the answer you would most often think of is your password.
For example,
- new password: green
- Challenge Question: What is the color of money?
- Challenge Question Answer: green

While there are no real restrictions on how you can word or spell your member name or password, remember that using imbedded spaces, special characters, and upper/lower case characters make them more unique (and more difficult to remember! |headscratch| ).

Hope that helps some! |thumb|
It would also be a good time to check your contact information stored in your main C3VR profile - name, home address, e-mail address, phone number(s) - to make sure they are current.  While not all of this information is required it does help us if we need to contact you directly for any reason.  For those of you concerned about privacy C3VR does not share any member's private information with anyone so there is no need to put bogus names or numbers in your profile. 

Jim Olson 

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2/28/09 11:06am - Reply: 'Passwords and Profile Updates'
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Greensburg, IN - USA

Previous: 1984 Silver / Charcoal Coupe, 1988 Maroon Coupe / 1989 Artic White / Mod. Red Int. Coupe, Present:1976 Stingray Black / Black, Auto, 350 slightly modified (355 hp) Luxor Wires Redline Tires. / 2001 Speedway White Vert, Torch Red Int, LS1, Auto.

Joined: 9/24/2003
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I changed my name to Tux... since folks can easier identify with that. Besides.... too many Larry's floating around in the water.

Tuxblacray: She's Back In Black! Check out my pics @ My Link

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