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Removed 9.0 I removed the old files when the 9.1 was loaded and now I can't get back on aol. It says shut down other programs and I not running anything.I don't have a disc for 9.0, I was going to try and relad it. I am stumped. Please give me some help.

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376 Aol Files. I do not know what I can safely remove.What files are unneeded ?

First try CCLEANER freeware at : Install, run, this will clean the junk from your system, uninstall all unwanted programs. Open Windows Disk Cleanup,Open More Options tab, Systen Restore and Shadow Copies, delete all but recent restore.

Dec 23, 2012 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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When a computer takes time to start what do you think is the problem.

Uninstall (not simply delete) all unused applications. These programs take up space on the hard drive and reduce the area for temporary files and load the Windows registry with dozens or even hundreds of file that need to be loaded at boot time. Both of these situations can drastically slow a computer down during boot and while running.

Perform some disk "housekeeping". Run Cleanup to remove old temporary and orphaned files, cookies, etc. Read the directions carefully before using.

Run the Windows Disk Defragment Program. It is a tool for each hard drive. This program consolidates data and free space so that the disk has large, unbroken blocks of unused space to write temporary files - and makes reading data easier as it can be found in one place - instead of having to hunt all over the disk to find it.

Remove existing and prevent future "****" from collecting by using Ccleaner aka "**** cleaner". When run and set up correctly, it will remove and prevent accumulation of junk files and spamware. Again, read directions carefully and allow updates to the program for maximum protection.

Lastly, install a good Anti-Virus program. Norton stuff is very good, BUT can slow a machine down considerably. Other choices are Avast (free "Home" version available) or Viper for about $30. Both are very good to excellent and have minimal impact on the computer speed.

Doing these few items should help a great deal - please rate this reply and good luck!

Sep 02, 2010 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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Email quickview in AOL 9VR

try to unistal aol again reboot then instal again make sure your old aol is completly removed

May 12, 2009 | PC Desktops

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AOL e-Mail error reads: An error occured while loading a file. AOL will attempt to restore the file. My New, Old, Send shows only Icons with no text or seder information. Can not download, send reply...

1) Reinstall the AOL software, available here

2) If that doesn't help, you need to check your hard drive for errors:

Close any open programs.
Open My Computer, right click on your hard drive (probably C:)
Click Properties. Choose Tools, then Error Check, Check now. Select both checkboxes and press Start.

The computer may prompt you to reboot, let it do that.

This should resolve the issue.

Jul 15, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I just set up a new Windows Vista computer. Last night, I had no problem loading programs, but today it won't let me load any programs. I inserted a new Microsoft Office disc and nothing happened. I...

you can try restoring ur system to time when it was working fine, and please try it in safe mode

  1. To be safe, backup any important files before restoring from a restore point.
  2. Close any software windows that are open.
  3. Click Start c00847244.gif , All Programs , Accessories , System Tools , and then System Restore . The "Restore system files and settings" window opens.
  4. Select Choose a different restore point , and click Next .
  5. Select a date and time from the list of available restore points and click Next . All affected system files will be added, removed, or changed to the same versions that were in the computer's system file configuration on the selected date.
  6. Click Finish in the "Confirm your restore point" window.
  7. Click Yes in the confirmation message that opens.
  8. The computer should shut down and turn back on automatically after the restoration completes.

May 20, 2008 | HP PC Desktops

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AOL corrupt. Need to un-install it

first you need to go to START then CONTROL PANEL and go to SET PROGRAMS & DEFAULTS , Then look for AOL and click remove , when aol program remove , do this additional step , GO TO START . click SEARCH , write AOL , click search , if more files of AOL appears , simply click on each of file and click DELETE , then your good to go to re install AOL . HOPE THIS INFO HELPS

May 01, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Aol Opimized system

There should not be any problem loading XP on another Hard drive. Just please do not put AOL on it the next time. AOL causes more problems than a virus or spyware. You can then put the old hard drive in as a slave and try to get the data off of it. You could possibly run the XP install and do the second repair and it will take out everything that windows needs and then put it back in. This usually does not bother your saved files but it can. You can run a hard drive test on the drive with another machine if you have one. You can download the hard drive test from the hard drive maker. You can also pull the files off of the drive with another machine.
Rate me if this helps.

Apr 24, 2008 | Systemax AOL Optimized PC (100607) PC...

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Can't open Internet Expl (reply)

Try this instead because maybe files got corrupted already thats why you are missing some option. but read it first before trying steps

1. Use AOL Uninstall to remove most AOL files
2. Manually search the C:/ drive for all remaining AOL files
3. Run Regedit to edit the registry to find and remove all AOL files EXCEPT
Address Book files.

WARNING: Editing the registry is considered a high-level tech responsibility. New users or users not familiar with the registry are cautioned NOT to do the next step. However, if you feel comfortable proceeding, then:

From Start Menu select Run
In the Run window, Type in Regedit
The registry will be displayed on the left side of a two-panelled window
Select the folder at the top
Under the Edit menu, select Find and type in AOL. click on find or OK

The Find engine will locate the first reference to AOL.

Delete this file; F3 to Find Next and continue until all files are deleted EXCEPT ADDRESS BOOK-related files

When this process is complete {you will come to understand why your pc is slower after installing AOL}, Shut down completely.

Reboot the pc

Use your AOL install disk to reinstall a new AOL system.

The install is prompt you for your logon info and open AOL for you.
Addresses will be retained.

Again, This is not a process for a novice user. The danger is selecting a file to delete that may make your system inoperable.

Apr 22, 2008 | PC Desktops

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AOL shuts down and broadband (AT&T) is unable to re connect

could be a virus ,(denial of service bug)

reset pc back to an earlier time before the problem occurred.

run anti virus & anti spyware scanning programs.

if you clean the pc up and you have corrected the problem,then and only then

turn off restore function, reboot the pc then turn restore function back on ,this will remove anything hiding in these restore points.

good luck and please rate my efforts.

Apr 03, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Re: Home Computer access to the internet

Hello Fignewton
Happy Holidays
this is a easy task, just go to add/remove programs in contro panel, and go ahead and remove the AOL 9.OVR. then all other things from AOL. eje, internet connection AOL. etc. then, reinstall the AOL 9. ONLY. depending on your internet connection, modem? wireless, cable, see if all work fine.

Dec 22, 2007 | PC Desktops

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