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Hello Mikayla, as you have already worked out, this is problem with the Servers checking your Maturity preference.

Clear History Preferences >  Privacy. Close the Viewer.

Clear the Cache from Outside Second Life You can check the Disk Cache location from the login screen Preferences  > Setup.

Restore  to default settings without reinstalling, by moving all of  the existing settings files, to a different, temporary directory. The settings files can be found in the following location.

Shutdown  the computer. Fully unplug your cable modem, router, and other gear you  use to access the Internet for several minutes so that  residual        memory is cleared. This may purge "stale" settings.

Try logging into Region Smith, see Changing your login location and reselect your Maturity preference and let your Inventory fully load.

Relog to Smith and see if Search will work correctly.

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Hello Mikayla, as you have already worked out, this is problem with the Servers checking your Maturity preference.

Clear History Preferences >  Privacy. Close the Viewer.

Clear the Cache from Outside Second Life You can check the Disk Cache location from the login screen Preferences  > Setup.

Restore  to default settings without reinstalling, by moving all of  the existing settings files, to a different, temporary directory. The settings files can be found in the following location.

Shutdown  the computer. Fully unplug your cable modem, router, and other gear you  use to access the Internet for several minutes so that  residual        memory is cleared. This may purge "stale" settings.

Try logging into Region Smith, see Changing your login location and reselect your Maturity preference and let your Inventory fully load.

Relog to Smith and see if Search will work correctly.

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