I try to log in using Google but it shows me that this email is already registered and I need to enter my Gmail and password manually. Why?

I try to log in using Google but it shows me that this email is already registered and I need to enter my Gmail and password manually. Why?

If you have created your account by manually entering your email and password, neither Google nor Facebook or Twitter can be used as an alternative login method.
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