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22-Mar-2005, 07:25 PM #1
AOL keeps closing down on me
I keep getting the AOL has encountered a problem and needs to close pop-up after being on-line for 5-10 minutes. Here's the screen capture of the messages that came up (thanks cheeseball for helping me post it!)

ANy ideas how to fix AOL? THanks

Other things that might be part of the problem:
1. Many times after I log off or it shuts down by itself the modem will not hang up and I have to go into task manager and shut down aolacsd.exe to hang up the modem.
2. Alot of times when I start AOL the blue square comes up that says opening AOL in the bottom corner and then it freezes- I have to go into task manager and close Waol.exe and try again.
3. After AOL closes itself down and restarts I'm no longer using AOL 9.0 Optimized- AOL for Broadband loads. I don't have broadband and I've never even installed AOL for Broadband.
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22-Mar-2005, 07:40 PM #2
In your post, click the Edit button

Then scroll to 'Manage Attachments'
From there, you can upload the screen shot.
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