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Cannot sign on aol

I use cable not dial up. I can sign on to internet explorer. With aol I can get as far as the 3 blue squares, but cannot get past stage #2 Then it says that it gets no dial. tone. I am not on dial, however I do get a dial tone on the telephones. I have restarted computer---turned off everything and waited-- Does not solve problem with AOL

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  • Bamasid Feb 15, 2008

    I think I have it fixed. are the first 3 digete letters and the last 3 digets numbers?

  • ohiotom May 11, 2010

    I'm not sure what you're asking. What number and letters?

  • ohiotom May 11, 2010

    On the sign on screen there's a pull down called "Connection". It should say "Broadband" in that box. Sometimes it accidently gets changed and it's looking for a dial up connection. If this does not fix the problem then click on Connection Options and see if you can reset the connection type. If you're still stuck just ask for more help...

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On your desktop you should have the IE icon
right click on it and properties
select connections
select never dial a connection.
if you dont have the IE icon on the desktop
do it from within IE . hit cancel or stop to make it quit dialing
select tools /internet options/connections/
select never dial a connection

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How to Fix an Error Message ‘Loading the Page Error’ in AOL Mail


Due to many reasons, you might get an error message stating that 'An error occurred when loading the page' while using the AOL Mail. Sometimes, the browser settings, cache and cookies, and JavaScript can cause the error while accessing the AOL Mail. If you're often getting this issue and unable to access the AOL email account, then follow the suggested solutions until the error is repaired. You can also contact the AOL customer support experts to solve the error in an efficient manner.

Know How to Fix an Error Message 'Loading the Page Error' in AOL Mail

Note that AOL Mail isn't intended for the dial-up connection. AOL Mail users trying to access it via the dial-up connection either with the third-party dial-up connection or an AOL client may encounter troubles connecting to and using it. You should not use AOL mail in concurrence with the AOL email client, either in the browser window or the client software when it's opened. To fix the error, check these solutions:

Solution 1 - Clear Browser History, Cache, and Cookies

Whenever you go to the websites, temporary files and cookies are saved on your system to record your reappearance. In most cases, it can be the reason of error message 'loading the page' in your AOL Mail. In the same way, you should remove the search history. If you have not cleared the history list from the number of days, it can cause the greater use of disk space on the system. You can free up space by removing this list.

Remember that when you erase the cache, cookies, footprints and history, you may lose the websites you have browsed, AOL Radio presets, the shopping cart, and the customized pages. The steps to remove the records will differ relied on the browser program you're using.

Solution 2 - Use an Alternate Browser with other Computer

You should try to access the AOL email account with a different browser, such as Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Also, try to log into the AOL Mail with another PC, ideally at a different place. This is the best approach to ensure whether your browser or the system having issues. If it doesn't work, go to the following workarounds.

Solution 3 - Turn off Pop-Up Blocking Program and Allow Friendly URLs

If you're using the firewall, you need to allow the user-friendly URLs to access them, such as aol.com. For further support in setting up the third-party firewall in a proper manner, contact its developer. To repair this issue, also turn off pop-up blocking program. On the other hand, you can add your AOL.com website to the domains 'White List' acknowledged by your pop-up blocker software.

Note: - If you're not sure how to turn off the pop-up software or add the domain in the 'While List,' contact the developer for assistance or just check the Help instructions included with your program.

Solution 4- Check If Cookies and Java Applet Scripting Are Enabled

To enable the JAVA Script and cookies, continue with the following steps:

1.Click the 'Start' menu, and then the 'Programs' or 'All Programs' option, followed by the 'Internet Explorer' icon.

2.Click on the 'Tools' button, followed by the 'Internet Options,' and then click on the 'Security' tab.

3.Click on the 'Internet' icon, and then the 'Custom Level' option.

4.Move down to the 'Scripting' section and then click to select the 'Enable' option under the active scripting. Click to select the 'Enable' button under the Java applets Scripting of the section, and then click 'OK.'

5.Click on the 'Privacy' tab, followed by the 'Advanced.'

6.Click on the Override automatic cookie field to put a check mark in it, click to select the two 'Accept' options, and then click the 'OK' button, followed by the 'OK' again.

Solution 5 - Sign Out, And Then Log Back into AOL Mail

If you're still unable to access the AOL email account, logging out of the AOL mail and then signing back in will typically repair the issue. Here's how to sign out and sign back into AOL Mail.

1.Click on the 'Sign Out' link to sign out of the AOL email account.

2.Click the 'Mail' link and then input the AOL/AIM username.

3.In the 'Password' box, input the password, and then click the 'Sign In' link to access the AOL email account.

Though these workarounds are helpful to solve the error message 'Loading the Page Error' in AOL Mail, however, if it's still continuing, then call on the AOL technical support phone number. The tech support team will offer the round-the -clock support and solutions to troubleshoot and fix the errors efficiently.

Summary:

When you use AOL mail, you might get the Loading the Page Error due to various reasons, such as the browser history, cache, and cookies, and JavaScript can create errors at times. At such time, you should remove the search history and allow the websites URLs blocked by the firewall to repair the issues instantly. If the workarounds described in this article didn't work to solve the problems, you could also contact the experts of AOL customer support.

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