. I left it for a long time and it is still at the same state. After that hopefully it can be sorted. Or create a new account which would obviously cause this issue. But now comes the real issue. Last night i left it like that and in the morning i checked, it's still showing the 21 and rotating blue screen only.
Now after i installed mx5 new version, even my 4 version is also opening 5. Somehow looks like there is compatibility issues with windows 10. Apologies if it seems you're having to repeat yourself, but unless we can get some clarification as to which of the above happened it's hard to offer much more than what was said above. My Mx 4 version has my old id tammasarath donegal. I used to have my maxthon cloud browser version 4 along side my maxthon 5. They can be deleted by the devs which is probably what the devs did when they gave her a new account. If you've got a passport account and the browser starts properly, you should get it all back by signing in.
I do have my password, but it won't allow me to login into my donegal account, it says account doesn't exist. Is there any way to get back all my old data associated with tammasarath donegal. They can be deleted by the devs which is probably what the devs did when they gave her a new account. Install the version that you downloaded and see what happens. I could finally manage to install in safe mode.
To my knowledge passport accounts can't be deleted, so it still should work, assuming you have the correct login details. I downloaded the latest version and tried to re-install and the installation window is stuck again at 21 and rotating blue screen. Then we'll start figuring out how to get your data back. You changed your Maxthon forum login to yahoo. Not sure anything can be done with that.
How to get my maxthon back without loosing my data? When i'm re-opening, it's just stuck with a blue screen and number 21 on it with rotating symbol. Hi, My maxthon 5 asked for an update and i said yes, it downloaded and asked to close maxthon and reopen it. If it's your passport, then everything should have stayed the same, just that the id that you use to sign in changed. Now comes the real problem. I'm talking about my passport account id. How many times i try to open it's just crashing. The only issue you may have is if you have forgotten your password and the password reset email goes back to the old email account.
Hi Thanks for the reply. But there's no talk of any dev being involved. When i open exe it's taking a lot of time to just open the executable file, once opened it's stuck at 21. Now all of them are lost as i can't open my version 4 browser. As the domain has gone, i changed my passport account id from donegal to yahoo. If the forum, it doesn't matter as it doesn't affect any online sync capabilities of the browser.
So try logging in with the donegal. Sorry for not being clear. I've lots of passwords associated with that account. If you created a new one by mistake thinking that you changed it, then none of your old data will have transferred over. I uninstalled mx5 and tried installing mx5.
Can you please help me on this? So i killed the process and tried to open maxthon 5, and it's showing a crash report instead of opening the browser. Since i changed it, my old id stopped working and all the previous data did not transfer to my new id. If you can let me know how to take back up of last visited pages and my passwords and reload them into my yahoo account even that will solve the purpose i guess. And that is about the only way I can see the issues you're having. And my yahoo account to which i changed my id is all empty. And no, copying her old account will not work. For any version i'm getting the 21 number and circling like that only.
From there the only thing you can do is change the email associated with the account, which will keep all the data in place. If it still has issues, download, extract, run the portable version and see if that runs ok. Not sure anything can be done with that. But the history my passwords, last visted pages, favourites has not movied. . . .