my pogo games wont open up i am a paid up member Minabelle Haneford
i cannot open my pogo games to play I am a paid up member in good standing please make pogo accessable to use they want me to open a new account
Is your account paid to date?
Are you receiving any error messages?
Do you have the latest version of Java?
When was the last time you cleared your browsing history, cookies, cache?
Perhaps it's a problem on pogo's side, such as their server is overloaded. Many members have complained of not getting regular access lately. Have you contacted their customer service? Just a few things to try. hth
Can you get on the main page and simply the actual game rooms will not load?
Need to update cookies/ clear out old chaces
Graphics setting on pc somehow got changed
Java and other software is out of date or corrupted
You added software that is uncompatable with pogo
Often pogo actually has all the solutions and steps listed in their help section its just a trail and error process if you are not getting a notification window.
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