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I had a gmail.com address in my name a few minutes ago. I tried to help a friend set up a gmail account in his name, but used my computer. Now when I try to log in to my gmail account, only his shows up and mine seems to have been bumped off the internet. How do I remove his gmail account from my computer and get mine back?

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Did you log off his account? – mhoran_psprep Jul 21 '12 at 12:32
Sign out from your friend's gmail account . – Desingh Jul 21 '12 at 13:00

Please check whether you follow the steps.

1) Log out from the gmail account that you are currently log in with. check the image. Do click on Sign Out from the menu of the upper right corner of your gmail.

sign out

2) then Sign In agin with your Own USERNAME and PASSWORD to gmail. Then you should be able to use your gmail account.

Even if you do the step 1 and at Step 2 , you still seeing your friend's gmail account, then Do the step 3.

3) Clear your cache.

If you are using Chrome Browser, do follow this.

If you are using Firefox Browser, do follow this.

Now if you do the step 2 again, surely able to log in with your own account.

Hope this helps.

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