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Internet explorer goes wild

I am using AOL 9.0 as my web browser on my computer with Windows XP. On occasion a window will open with internet explorer (which I don't use) and then so many windows opens with Internet Explorer that I have to either try to close AOL or restart my computer. Can anyone help?

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AOL tends to make systems act possessed. My first best advise is to switch to a different email protocol, download Mozilla Firefox, and use it exclusively. I hate AOL AND IE.

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