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nikki05

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Everytime I log onto the laptop, a message comes up about AOL. It says that some file ee://aol/imAPP is missing or can't be located. It also says Errorcode: 10. I have no clue what any of that means. Do anyone know how I can fix that? I would go online on their but the internet won't connect. I had to use the cd to reinstall the Windows Service Packs.
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This could be due to some corrupted files in AOL or Windows. Try uninstalling AOL and installing it. If that does not help then try running this command from Start->Run
sfc /scannow
This should replace any corrupted/missing system files and will hopefully fix things. You may need your Windows disc in your CD drive for this.
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This could be due to some corrupted files in AOL or Windows. Try uninstalling AOL and installing it. If that does not help then try running this command from Start->Run
sfc /scannow
This should replace any corrupted/missing system files and will hopefully fix things. You may need your Windows disc in your CD drive for this.



Omg! Thank you so much! I hope this works.
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awww man. it said it couldn't even find that file. lol
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do you use aol
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do you use aol



no not really, but it keeps popping up everytime the computer turns on and I want to get rid of it. lol.
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ok we can delete aol or just get it out of startup
in my signature there is a link to code stuff starter please download
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ok we can delete aol or just get it out of startup
in my signature there is a link to code stuff starter please download



ok thank you
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When you have downloaded code stuff starter and run it click on
Startup tab - all sections can you see any listings for AOL if yes untick them

Edited by peterm, 26 January 2007 - 01:49 AM.

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