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no aol in Registry - Windows XP/2000/ME

On 7/02/ my home area had a total black out. I was working on Aol at the time,and did turn off comp. before service was restored. I do have protection for the comp. but when it came on NO AOL.Aol Tech says somehow all ref. to Aol wiped out and windows will not let me re-install it at all in any way.Windows has locked Aol out. Can install NetZero, Juno but not Aol. Do i have to un-install windows and then re=install to fix this ? Thanks. Please post answer on here or Yahoo to Baibe67. Thanks in advance....

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    Default no aol in Registry

    On 7/02/ my home area had a total black out. I was
    working on Aol at the time,and did turn off comp. before
    service was restored. I do have protection for the comp.
    but when it came on NO AOL.Aol Tech says somehow all ref.
    to Aol wiped out and windows will not let me re-install
    it at all in any way.Windows has locked Aol out. Can
    install NetZero, Juno but not Aol.
    Do i have to un-install windows and then re=install to
    fix this ?
    Thanks.
    Please post answer on here or Yahoo to Baibe67.
    Thanks in advance.
    marie Smith Guest

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    Default Re: no aol in Registry

    marie,

    no aol sounds like the best of all possible worlds...

    do you ever create system restore files ... if so restore

    your computer to the day before the power outage ...

    windows xp is cool because it allows you to create restore

    points and restore your computer to an earlier time

    if you were smart enough to use system restore

    good luck

    start - programs - accessories - sysyem tools - system restore - create
    restore point ... and so on

    stafford collinsworth
    "marie Smith" <msmith2408aol.com> wrote in message
    news:894401c34561$cc87c520$a401280aphx.gbl...
    > On 7/02/ my home area had a total black out. I was
    > working on Aol at the time,and did turn off comp. before
    > service was restored. I do have protection for the comp.
    > but when it came on NO AOL.Aol Tech says somehow all ref.
    > to Aol wiped out and windows will not let me re-install
    > it at all in any way.Windows has locked Aol out. Can
    > install NetZero, Juno but not Aol.
    > Do i have to un-install windows and then re=install to
    > fix this ?
    > Thanks.
    > Please post answer on here or Yahoo to Baibe67.
    > Thanks in advance.

    stafford collinsworth Guest

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    Default no aol in Registry

    >-----Original Message-----
    > On 7/02/ my home area had a total black out. I was
    >working on Aol at the time,and did turn off comp. before
    >service was restored. I do have protection for the comp.
    >but when it came on NO AOL.Aol Tech says somehow all
    ref.
    >to Aol wiped out and windows will not let me re-install
    >it at all in any way.Windows has locked Aol out. Can
    >install NetZero, Juno but not Aol.
    >Do i have to un-install windows and then re=install to
    >fix this ?
    >Thanks.
    >Please post answer on here or Yahoo to Baibe67.
    >Thanks in advance.
    >.
    >Start/Search/type AOL and see if anything shows up. A
    power outage would not delete your entire AOL directory.
    You might have to uninstall in ControlPanel and reinstall
    the entire ISP to run right. Many files are kept by AOL
    in a global directory, so they will reinstall themselves,
    such as address book, security and other settings.
    Jake Guest

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    Default Re: no aol in Registry

    On Tue, 8 Jul 2003 08:01:24 -0700, "marie Smith" <msmith2408aol.com>
    wrote:
    > On 7/02/ my home area had a total black out. I was
    >working on Aol at the time,and did turn off comp. before
    >service was restored. I do have protection for the comp.
    >but when it came on NO AOL.Aol Tech says somehow all ref.
    >to Aol wiped out and windows will not let me re-install
    >it at all in any way.Windows has locked Aol out. Can
    >install NetZero, Juno but not Aol.
    >Do i have to un-install windows and then re=install to
    >fix this ?
    >Thanks.
    >Please post answer on here or Yahoo to Baibe67.
    >Thanks in advance.
    Search your registry, folders and files for "America Online" instead of
    AOL. You may also want to call AOL tech support. You can reach their
    [url]www.aol.com[/url] page with any internet service and web browser.

    Sharon F
    MS MVP [Shell/User]
    Sharon F Guest

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