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Now that support for "legacy" Blogger accounts (accounts created before 2005, without Google account association) ends after this month, blog owners are trying to catch up. Some blog owners are reporting that, when trying to use the "Forgot?" wizard, they are seeing
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Blogger Support has accepted responsibility of the problem, and announced yesterday
We're investigating reports of users seeing bX errors when using the recovery form found at http://blogger.com/forgot.g


(Update 10/13): This code has been resolved.
I was finally able to recover my blogs.


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Comments

thanks for the tip..im stil a newbie
Anonymous said…
Good news for pre2006 bloggers who weren't able to access their blogs. I'm one of them.

Thanks for the info Sir.

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