Explorer Error Message during AOL

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Jerold

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I've been getting this message popping up whenever I access my AOL software. I am using AOL 9.0 to access my AOL account. I've never gotten this error message before.


The message: (It opens up in it's own window)

"Windows Internet Explorer
We're sorry, the content you've requested is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later. - OK"

Any Ideas?
 
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Please explain further...what leads you to believe that it's not telling you that the AOL server is just unavailable for the moment?
 

Jerold

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I have AOL 9.0 on my home and work PC's. I don't get the message at all when I'm at work all day and only get it on my home PC.

AOL has been "testy" lately.
 

Jerold

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Happens as soon as AOL log's in. as soon as all the typical AOL juck pages load, it comes up. All I've done was sign in. AOL has changed/updated their "Welcome" page, so that might be it, but it happening only on one PC and not both is strange.
 
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simpswr said:
AOL on work pc's . . The Horror . . .
Look at this post--download and run all of the utilities shown in his sig...

This is why we all hate AOL. Spyware, malware, junkware, crapware--etc. Start with that and see if it does anything to fix the problem.
 
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