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Rgkarsr

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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=1] <_< I have AOL 8.0, suddenly my bottom toolbar will not connect to the Internet. When I hit the go button the only thing that displays is a window that reads: "This Window Cannot Be Displayed." It worked until about a week ago. I have done scans with my virus ware. and Ad Aware. And Spybot and nothing seems to show up. I have reinstalled the I.E. 6.0. I have shut off my Firewall. Regardless of what I do it does not seem to work properly. I've talked with AOL and Microsoft. AOL was of little help. Microsoft wanted to charge me for the information (As though Bill Gates doesn't make enough money!) Can anybody help me with this problem??? I can only access the Internet with my top tool bar but not the bottom. Which I'm guessing is for I.E.? Why would it suddenly stop working?
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Hemal

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accually i believe you have another post with a hijackthis log so i think that might clear it up, if it doesnt make a reply to this post <_<
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SoxRok,
Thanks for your quick responds to my request, however, even though I submitted the HijackThis log. That does not seem like the solution to the problem.
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