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Default Problem:overwrite cookies?!

hello every body
in my last project i should design a login form and i must make any technic to provide remembering the information of user
i wrote the following code in page load
            txtuser.Text = Request.Cookies("oneway").Value
        Catch ex As Exception
        End Try
and the following code in login button:
If chkrem.Checked Then
       Response.Cookies("oneway").Value = txtuser.Text
End If
these two code are work perfect but when the user change his/here name and press login button an Error will happen because the program can not overwrite the cookies file
(i.e if for example john enter this login page and save his data in cookies and again enter this page and try to change his name for example mike an error will happen)
any solution please:)

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