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Discussion in 'Networking' started by rne783, Sep 11, 2003.

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  1. rne783

    rne783 Thread Starter

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    Plleeease someone help me this time. I have asked this question 3 times. Here goes again-

    I recently installed a wireless router. I now have two computers to the internet. One was originally connected before the router, and AIM worked fine. Now, both are connected, and both are having AIM problems. I have not yet been able to stay connected to AIM, or even got on. Most of the time I will get as far as "starting services" then a box appears reading: "Your buddy list and icons are not available at this time, but are not lost. Try again later" And once in a while i can get on for maybe 15 minutes, then it closes out. After that, I can not sign on with that same name for a few days. What is going on here? Some people have told me to just wait it out, and i have. I've had this wireless router for over a week. What should I do? Please someone help. In the meantime, I have installed Trillian to communicate, but I really want AIM back. My internet explorer works fine, everything is working fine except AIM. What could have caused this and what can I do?
     
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    Just a query - you are not trying to log into AIM on two separate computers with the same account at the same time?
     
  3. rne783

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    No, I have multiple names, and my brother has his. I have uninstalled AIM and then reinstalled it a few times. Nothing seems to work. Both computers are having this same problem. What do you think?
     
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