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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

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When I open to read my e-mails it comes a sign saying that An error ocurred downloading AOL then whe it shows the e-mails does not show the name of the sendr and the subject. I can opened it any way but I...


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I first suggest you to try opening your emails using another browser and let me know the result.
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If your registry has gotten corrupted, and re-installing Windows95 over your existing version does not fix the problem,
there is a hidden, read-only, system file on the root of your boot drive called SYSTEM.1ST.
This is the initial system registry created when you first installed Windows95.
To use this file:

Go to your Windows directory
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Getting message on computer anmaster.idx database file missing.i have no idea how to restore this please advise,as aol are hopeless,thank you.


It is an issue with AOL, when AOL is uninstalled some files and folders are left. After the uninstallation of AOL, you need to find and delete the remaining AOL folders and then you can reinstall AOL to restore the file.

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INstalled aolv9vr working fine with old BT Broadband modem. Now trying to work with Netgear DG834PN and cannot even get a aol login. Currently using Explorer and aol web to see emails so the router works...


Hi, It is just a problem with your AOL software may be your AOL software file is corrupted because of which you are not able to get the Login page. No worries if you have windows Xp then : Close All and come to the main screen of Computer (Desktop). Click on Start the Click on All Programs. Then Click on AOL and look for AOL System Information. Then you will get a Small popup Window of System information check for Utilities Option in it and Click on it. Then you will get One Click Fixes. Click on Open. Then look for Quick Restore and click on Fix it for me. Thats it. Once it will me completed Restart your PC. Then Try login to AOL it will give you an option Existing member select it and click on Signin it will ask you for your Screen name type in that and you will be login to AOL. :)
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Uninstall your AOL and after that restart your Computer. then go to internet explorer and type in as www.aol.co.uk/downloads and press Enter. You will get an option to download AOL 9.0 VR latest AOL software. It will give you 2 options Run or Save click on Run. Click on it and wait till it is installed on your PC it will take arround 30 min. then follow the same thing to login for the first time. :) For any futher problems please revert.

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Aol is corrupted


Do you have the AOL CD with yoiu? You would need to reinstall the appication and that should solve your problem.

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Could be an aol system overload or corrupt aol adapter. Under your aol one click fixes you can repair or replace the aol adapter. Use this then reboot. Try aol & hopefully you will be fixed. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.

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Need to un-install AOL


Go to Start>control panel>add & remove programs. When the list comes up , click on uninstall by AOL. It will search for all versions that you have. If you want to save any data you tell it do it. It will place a folder on your desktop. Make sure you uninstall everything. It might say it has to uninstall something to uninstall AOL. Say ok. If this solved your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks and have a nice day.

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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.

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