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  1. jabroni5508

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    Hello all, here's my problem. Im running windows 98 and have recently upgrading from AOL 6.0 to 7.0 within the last month. For the first few weeks, it was fine, ran as normal. Within the last week or two, its been running slower and sometimes it will not load webpages. It will say opening page at the bottom of the screen, but the progress bar does not move, its like it does absolutely nothing, no matter what the web page is. I can get off of 7.0 and go back to 6.0, which is still on my computer, and it doesnt have that problem. I have uninstalled 7.0 and reinstalled it twice, but it doesnt seem to help. Does anyone else have this problem or know a solution??? Thanks.
     
  2. DoyceJ

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    Have you cleared the cache?
     
  3. jabroni5508

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    Yes, I have. Ive also cleaned out all the temp files.
     
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    Click on the spyware link next to my name. On the page that opens, find aaw.exe and download, install and run it. Delete what it finds except for web3000. Also, have you scandisced and defragged?
     
  5. jabroni5508

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    Yes, I do scandisk quite often and i just did defrag last night. I will try the spyware program.
     
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