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United Problem Checking In - Lost Husband

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While checking in on line at United.com for our trip to France, the oddest thing happened.
I got a notice that I couldn't print my boarding passes because my documentation (passports, I assume) needed to be verified by a United representative. OK, so that's not the end of the world. I'll make sure to get to the airport in plenty of time.
Anyway, my computer screen froze and when I tried to get back on the United site to click that last button and finish check-in, by husband disappeared from my confirmation. No amount of clicking that back arrow found him. I was finally able to check in for him using his ff number, but when I printed his confirmation, it was different from mine.
So I have a couple questions for anyone who might know -- Is it a bad sign (as in "bumped") that I cannot print my boarding passes at home? That's never happened before, even when we traveled overseas and had to submit passport information. Also, why would DH be under a different confirmation number, and does that mean anything? It looks like we still have the original seat assignments.
If it makes a difference, I have the Mileage Plus card and my husband does not.
Thanks for any ideas.

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