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Whenever I Open up AOL, It screws up my entire Internet Connection


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Charliee03

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I have no clue what this is

I have tried:

Removing all AOL Versions And re-installing them....still doesn't work

What happens is whenever I Open up AOL, an try to sign on, my Whole Internet Connection is gone, I get a message at the bottom saying "Local Area Network Unplugged" with the red x on on the pc .ect.

It's nothing to do with the wires, Iv tried unplugging waiting 30 seconds to get the internet back on, doesnt work.

The ONLY Way to get my Internet back & Working is to restart the Computer[size=3], and everytime I open AOL it screws up the internet again. An its just a repeated process, Anybody know what the deal is ? :whistling:

Edited by Charliee03, 07 January 2007 - 02:58 PM.

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I'm still having this problem, thought id give it one bump to be seen again, Since its been a little more than a week Nobody has anny clue why this is happening?

Edited by Charliee03, 15 January 2007 - 11:13 PM.

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That happens to me too...kinda. Only it just logs me out and logs me back in. Same with MSN but usually with Aim.
Assuming you mean AIM. :]
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