Last week we reported that Google had relaunched its personalised homepage under the name iGoggle.

However in the past week many users have been unable to access their data as the company moved customers over to the new system.

In some cases, users are reporting that their homepage settings had been lost since last Friday however Google says it has now rectified the problems.

In a statement Google said: "We are aware that a number of Google users have not been able to access their iGoogle pages, and the team is working as quickly as they can to resolve the problem. We are committed to connecting our users to the information they want whenever they want it, and we take issues like this very seriously".

"We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused for our users. We encourage anyone who is having technical difficulty of any kind with iGoogle to contact the Google Web Search Support Team through the 'Help' link on the bottom of their iGoogle page."