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Why Does AOL always try to open?Plz, I need help!


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Bamsk8ter13

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Well, Ever once and a wily AOL will pop up and open. It goes to the sing on page and then gives me that message that you get when you dont enter in your password and screename. :whistling:

Is there anyway to stop AOL from doing this b/c i dont use it (and it pi$$es me off when im playing BF2 and it minimazes it b/c AOL opens).

Edited by Bamsk8ter13, 09 April 2006 - 07:36 PM.

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Anyone know what to do?
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Just a note: bumping your topic will not get it responded to faster. Please just wait patiently.
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Have you tried uninstalling it?
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Ok uninstalling it is an idea but if you want to use AOL or need it on your computer (for some odd strange reason) then just change the defualt browser.
Right click start and then properties and then click the customise button and change your defualt browser and it should stop poping up.
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