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Answered: Freezing

AOL often slows down after an hour or two of browsing, especially videos and slide shows. Sometimes you can solve problems with slow response by exiting AOL and restarting it. I have had AOL 9.6 lock up three times in the last two days, using all the CPU time and not responding. My guess is that ...

Answered: Clearing browser cache

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Answered: When connecting to mail.aol.com through wifi in Windows 7, browser

Please try calling 1-877-786-0722 (Mon-Fri 8am-1am EST and Sat 8am-10pm EST). You can also contact our Mail Support team here: http://t.co/0a6HwpM
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Answered: Aol freezes in loading on both vista computers ...

Hi Jill: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. AOL software hangs or freezes while launching
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Answered: Clicking to display emails now opens new browser tab...

Hi Jerry: My best suggestion would be to contact our Mail Support Team. They can be reached via: http://t.co/0a6HwpM Please note: You may need to copy and paste this link into your browser. Thank you.
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the best browser for aol?

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Can you freeze bananas?

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My laptop had some freezing issues before, but ...

BSOD generally appears due to installation of outdated or corrupt drivers or corrupt Windows registry. Updating the drivers and repairing registry errors may resolve the BSOD problem.