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Why Is Roboform Not Working With Latest AOL 9.7? I updated my AOL but Roboform is telling me it is not compatible with this version of AOL. I am LOST without my Roboform!



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Hi there,

For assistance, please download the previous version of the AOL Desktop software that can be found here:


I am also lost without Roboform can anyone help???

I'm in the same position , I guess that by the answer above it doesn't or won't work in desktop 9.7. Are there going to be any updates to the update ?

Desktop 9.7 uses Webkit/Gecko as its underlying browser engine, while 9.6 and 10.1 use Microsoft's IE/Trident engine.  Roboform doesn't integrate with AOL Desktop 9.7's browser.

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Wow 18 days and still no answer geesh!