I'm using Win. XP, AOL 9.0 vr, I used to have Mail Quick View. When I put my pointer there, it is just blank.
Downloaded AOL software onto my new computer and now the mail quick view is blank. However it still works on my old computer. Did I somehow disable this option?
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This model comes with FREEDOS installed. When you have it booted up, and insert the XP setup disk, it should give you a menu to test your pc for compatibility. If it passes, use that same menu to install XP.
Are you using Window XP, Does it display the Windows logo on start up, if so try to go to safe mode by pressing F8 on start up and select "Last know good configuration that worked" when option displays, and if it again it stucks then insert the Win XP disc and repair the installation.
Repair the OS by using the original OS disk. That should fix this problem and be sure to have a genuine anti-virus installed. Not any one of those which can be downloaded from the net as free....sodeep
WELL FIRST I WOULD GET RID OF AOL IT IS POSSABLY THE WORST THING YOU CAN PUT ON YOUR COMPUTER. IT TAKES UP TONS OF SPACE ON YOUR HARD DRIVE.THEN INSTALL FIREFOX AND USE THAT AS YOUR INTERNET EXPLORER. MUCH FASTER AND MUCH SAFER.
First you can't load XP onto a hard drive using a Dell and expect it to work in the IBM. They are two totally different system configurations. If the IBM won't boot or read from the CD (after choosing CD/DVD drive from the boot menu) then the drive is bad and will need to be replaced.
You MUST use the installation bootup disk to install windows it is the only way........... NOT THE RECOVERY DISK this is a MUST. Allow it to go through the motion of installing Windows until it cannot go any further. Then press the "R" key for the console. When in the DOS screen TYPE ... chkdsk /p Windows will repair itself and then you will recover all your data it should be back to normal.