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I just found this forum while searching the net for AOL 9.0 compatibility issues. I'm sure we could go on forever along that line. However I strongly suspect thats what I'm dealing with. I myself wouldn't use it. I have a clients computer that has recently installed said software and let the bizarre begin. Has anyone experienced the following: erratic mouse behavior (avoids the center of the screen) flickers on the left or right, and with every move of the mouse a window opens. One after another till their splattered all over the screen. I used the mouse-less keyboard strokes to shutdown and restart. TXH
 

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This ones right on the money:

http://forums.techguy.org/t47880&highlight=erratic+mouse.html

"Win98se-P2-400". And the disciption is also correct. I read all of the links but Im on my machine now I have to switch the monitor,keyboard..yadda..yadda..back to my clients machine to checkout some of the other ideas mentioned in the links. Big Outfit I have ayh? Anyway somthing else has happend since my first post. Windows failed to detect a mouse Hmmmmm....! Now I'm leaning heavely twords get a new mouse. However I'll never take back anything negative I may have implyed about AOL. Maybe I should have taken up Politics.
 
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