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Check out the Email account setting and your Internet Service Provider.

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My computor emachine win.vista i cant get juno.com to stay on my computor after installing it


Does Juno dissapear right after install? Or does it dissapear after reboot?

If it dissapears right after install, its propably because the user you're using doesn't have the proper permissions to install system critical software. If this is the case a prompt should appear informing you that you don't have the permissions to install this type of software, and that you need proper permissions.

If its deleted after reboot, it could be because your malware/virus scanner has flagged it as hostile. or that its not a vista compatible program.

Try contacting juno support
http://help.juno.com/support/email-us.html

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How do I send a dvd on juno.com with eimail


Juno as in dial up ? There are limits as to how much data you can attach to an e-mail. I searched the internet and couldn't find any exact numbers on the upload limit for Juno however, it is commonly in the Megabyte range . A DVD has a 4.7 Gigabyte capacity so, I'm guessing you have way more than any email service will allow and might exceed your data cap for your monthly service plan . Maybe consider old fashioned U.S. Mail.

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