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Sound like a hijack of somekind this is normally associated with homepages or start pages.
If the website link that sent you there expected a http site and instead it tried to open a https (secure) site this can give you a 440 error (timeout error)
Also uninstall the AOL search toolbar it might have been installed as part of another software bundle then try again.
You could also use a Hostfile to prevent you from accessing the AOL site copy and paste the URL into the host file in the windows system folder.
The best way to manage this is to use HostMan checkout this FB group for help and advice.
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