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YES!!!! it worked...but Im still a little nervous

Now, the next step was to uninstall AOL...should I delete all the aol security systems and every AOL file listed in the add/remove programs?

then reinstall AOL again? is it possible that it was the aol security system doing this???? My system was always OK until I installed that over the orig Mcafee programs
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yes completely uninstall all aol components. it would be best to do the same with mcafee as well. reason is at times when you install one antivirus program ontop of another you will get conflicts. almost 100% of the time.
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I hope Everything Work All Right :tazz: You Did It Man

Edited by JacobAtDell, 20 March 2006 - 10:58 PM.

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thanks for all the help..one last question..

after reinstalling aol, should I purchase a Mcafee internet security suite....something that will not be involved with AOL at all? or go back to the aol setup?
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that comes down to personal preference. It is my understanding that the AOL mcafee is watered down. I dont know this for a fact so dont go on that comment. It may be an interest of yours to download and install avast free edition. Just turn on the realtime protection. Its free.. 1 year at a time.
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will take a look at that program, again thanks for the help
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