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restart the computer. before it starts windows on the bottom left of the screen it will say press f1 or f2 to setup. press it. go into the boot configuration and set your first boot device to cdrom. then press f10 to save. insert the xp disc and restart the computer. when it restarts it should say press any key to boot from cd. just press any key and it will start on its own.
you do not need aol software to run your computer aol is software not hardware, it is not the operating system windows is start it in safemode and take it off
First create a backup using the backup feature insted of the system restore as that is a iso image not the actual byte for byte backup and then uninstall aol then go to windows live onecare and run a cleanup scan it will fix the registry. I HIGHLY suggest you do not tamper with the reg. as you can really hurt your system! Registry knowledge takes us techs. a while to learn so be safe, not sorry www.safecompute.org
Sometimes there are problems when you try signing on the main page. Try signing on here https://my.screenname.aol.com or http://webmail.aol.com
I will continue to researce this, so let me know if it worked on those links.
Also, I hope your not paying for AOL when you get your email for free by going to those links above or just go to AOL.COM.