Frequently Asked Questions:
To change your password, you need to login with your existing MyInfineon account credentials. Click on 'MyInfineon Profile' in the header of the webpage. You now can view your existing profile information. Click on 'Edit Profile' to update your password. You need to provide your old password and create and confirm your new password. After saving your profile, your new password is immediately activated.
In case you forgot your password you need to click on 'Forgot login data' on the login page. Then you need to enter the valid e-mail adress of your MyInfineon account. You will receive an e-mail with a system generated password. Please use this password for your next login. Please keep in mind, that in case of typing in a wrong password for three times, your account will be locked for 15 minutes. After that, it wil be unlocked automatically and you may login again.
You need to login to MyInfineon with your account credentials. Then click on 'MyInfineon Profile' in the header of the webpage. You now can view your existing profile information. Click on 'Edit Profile' to update your existing profile information. Here you can change your password, alter your personal information and modify your areas of interest and subscriptions.
Through the Infineon registartion and/or login access is granted to several Infineon tools and simulations.
Infineon also provides access for customers and partners to restricted contents and product specific software.
This access is controlled by user group memberships. To become a participant of a user group, please get in contact with your Infineon contact person or sales account. For further information you may also contact the Infineon Service Center.
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In Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8, "Tools" is a menu at the top of the screen
In Internet Explorer 9 and higher, "Tools" is found by clicking the gear icon on the right-hand side of the browser window
In Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8, "Internet Options" is the bottom menu item
In Internet Explorer 9 and higher, "Internet Options" is the second-last option
Select the "Security" tab
The window which appears will have a tab labeled "Security"; please click it.
Click the "Custom Level..." button
Scroll down and change the Active Scripting setting
Confirm the change
Internet Explorer will prompt you to confirm that you really want to make the change. Press the "Yes" button to confirm this change.
Close "Internet Options"
You are now returned to the original "Internet Options" window. Press the "OK" button to close it and return to your normal web browsing.
Click the "Customize and Control" button
This will reveal a menu with many options. One of them is named "Settings".
Select the "Settings" menu item
The Settings screen will now appear.
You will then be returned to the main Settings page tab. You can now close this tab and resume your normal web browsing with your new setting.
Click into the Address Bar
In newer versions of Firefox (Version 24 and above), some of the more advanced settings have been moved to a different location in Firefox and are no longer accessible from the standard "Settings" controls.
You now need to go to a special address to be able to change them. The Address Bar is at the top of the Firefox window and usually shows the URL of the website you're looking at.
Go to the Advanced Configuration URL
In the address bar, type in about:config and press enter. You do not need to put in http:// or www or anything like that; simply put about:config and press the Enter key on your keyboard.
Accept the warning about changing settings
You will be warned about not changing anything you're not sure about. Click the "I'll be careful, I promise" button.
You will now see the list of advanced settings
Toggle the false/true preference
Click the "Safari" menu, choose "Preferences"
Make sure you have a Safari window open and active; you will see the "Safari" menu in the top left of your screen. Click it, and then click the "Preferences" item.
Click on the "Security" tab
Close the "Preferences" window
Click the red dot in the top left of the window to close the "Preferences" window and resume web browsing. The next time you load a webpage, your new setting will take effect.
Open the Settings/Preferences window
Click the "Opera" menu at the top of the screen. Click the "Preferences" menu item