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From: shirley on 08/28/2002
I can't seem to find where the corrupt file is. I don't know how to take care of this problem. Could you please help me.
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From: JAMES on 06/20/2012
MY COMPUTER NOW SAYS /RUN CHKDSK UTILITY
WHERE DO I FIND THIS ? NOT ON MY COMPUTER. JIM
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From: JAMES on 06/20/2012
MY COMPUTER SAYS,
THE FILE OR DIRECTORY C:DOCUMENTS AND SETTINGS/JIM HARRIS/APPLICATION DATA/AOL/C_AOL DESKTOP 9.6/IDB/APPS.IND IS CORRUPT AND UNREADABLE.

CAN YOU HELP ME I AM AN 88 YEAR HANDICAP AND JUST ABOUT TO THROW THIS THING OUT IN THE RAIN AND TAKE UP DRINKING.
JIM HARRIS
JAMESHRR9@AOL.COM

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From: Dean on 03/20/2010
Has anyone been getting this when they try to login to AOL?

"We're reinventing ourselves... Welcome to a different AOL.
We're in the process of offering all of our content and many of our services for free - with or without an AOL internet connection.
Our first change - from now on, you no longer need to be an AOL member to take advantage of a free AOLŪ Mail account. You can access your mail at AOL.com or by using our software, which is also now available free to everyone.
It's your choice. Get free AOL Mail
More exciting features launching soon, including:

* Comprehensive safety and security tools that protect your entire PC and work with or without the AOL software - for free
* A new AOL video experience with access to millions of high quality videos and the most powerful video search on the web - for free
* Your own personalized email address: you@thenameyouwant.com - for free
* New software that is more than a browser - it's a breakthrough four-pane design that will revolutionize the way you use the Internet - for free

Please read our Terms of Service to learn more about your rights and responsibilities as a registered user. Our Privacy Policy will explain how we collect and use information that you share with us."

That appears on the left side of the screen and on the right side is a form to fill out for credit card information.

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From: virginia on 04/26/2008
I don,t know how to run this file ,please show me.
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From: sandman on 10/02/2007
I had the same problem with a client's laptop. Here is the fix that worked for me for AOL v9.

1.) Uninstall anything Aol
2.) Do a search for aol left residue and delete all files and folders.
2a.) Backup any pertinent aol folder
3.) Repair and clean registry
4.) Reinstall AOL

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From: Rich on 06/24/2004
It seems that there may be an old Macromedia file in a system directory which gets picked up by Windows before a newer version in a different directory.
I roughly followed the instructions at
http://www.macromedia.com/support/director/ts/documents/sw10_restart.htm

by renaming any IML32.DLL and DIRAPI.DLL files to OLD that were in the system32 folder and left the ones in SHOCKWAVE10. There were also some in SHOCKWAVE8 so I renamed them, too.

Cheers.

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From: Ann on 04/27/2004
I have aol 9.0 and high speed internet. Each time I take a disk out of my disk drive and have aol running, a message pops up saying "waol.exe no disk in drive" I'm not sure how to fix this if anyone knows, please respond
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From: Tami on 10/30/2003
Okay Everyone I, too have become a recent member of {S AOLFkUp} Anonymous....I have tried endlessly all of the entailed suggestions to correct my WAOL.exe errors but to no avail. Currently on my other PC that holds my AOL 7.0 I just did a complete uninstall of my AOL software & reinserted a AOL 8.0 disc...knowing my pc won't hold AOL's 8.0 version due to a lack of RAM (memory) it will however, reinstall the AOL 7.0 I was using & in doing this I am hoping the WAOL.exe error messages will disappear. Oh, too, BTW, Yes, I did contact AOL Tech last night & even he couldn't fix THEIR WAOL error!!! ;o)

p.s. just went to check on download & it's finished...have to restart my pc now & tell y'all if it worked or not..brb...& the verdict is.....<wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh> my {S AOLFkUp} still !!!! <ughhhhhhhhhhhhh> Any ASSistances @ this point would greatly be appreciated for me too!! *_*)

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From: Computerpilot on 12/15/2002

Usually, a fresh install of AOL will fix any problems related to the program. AOL technicians have disagreed with me in the past but I have fixed many AOL error messages with a reinstall or upgrade. REmember, you can save all your settings a files when you uninstall AOL.

Computerpilot

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From: Frank on 12/15/2002
I have been getting the following error message over the last two eeks when tryiong to either use Macromedia Shockwave or download it again: "WAOL.EXE - Ordinal Not Found - The ordinal 2302 could not be found in the dynamic link library IML32.dll"...Five technical calls to AOL have not helped a bit. Any help is greatly appreciated...
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From: ben on 12/15/2002
A few thoughts about AOL....

I don't personally use AOL.
I don't, in fact, really like AOL.

Incidentally, some of the people who use this message board USE AOL.

If your comments can provide some technical support for the
users that are having trouble with AOL, then I support your
input and appreciate your effort.

If not, please read on with an open mind.

AOL has managed to offer an internet experience to more of our society than any company besides Microsoft. They have their share
of issues like any other company, and have engineers and staff that
take pride in their work and deserve a little more respect than
most of us often give them.

So, in short, please stop for a moment the next time you feel like
saying something important enough to post, and do the most you can
to benefit those who choose to take the time to read these posts.

I apologize to anyone this message may offend, as it is intended
to be positive, constructive, and in the best interests of all.

p.s. has anyone heard anything about WTF is wrong with AOL?

thanks, ben

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From: Sucker on 12/13/2002
STOP USING AOL!! WHY DO YOU USE SUCH A STUPID ISP????? Remove AOL now! Remove anything to do with AOL and tell them to shove it and pay less all at the same time!
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From: Dani on 12/13/2002
I have the similar problem that every one else is having the waol. exe corrput file...... but I had windows re installed today and reinstalled aol 7.0 scared to upgrade but I tried to put in floopy disk to put pictures back in puter and that waol.exe corrupt file keeps coming up.. Can someone help me.. thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
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From: ben on 12/11/2002
I do technical support on a pay per call basis.

For the past two weeks, I have taken HUNDREDS of calls with AOL
related problems. *THIS JUST STARTED RECENTLY*

I have uninstalled and reinstalled everything I can find

Dial up networking
AOL Software
TCP and MS Networking client
Internet Explorer

On some machines, the WAOL.EXE error appears.

On others they can connect after a few dialin attempts,
but NO WEB access is available.

Most of the users have tried to update to AOL 8.0 and can't even get back to a usable version of AOL after trying the upgrade.

P.S. AOL sends these people to us after their techs have taken a crack at fixing it. THIS IS A WIDESPREAD PROBLEM.

If anyone finds a fix for this, PLEASE post it here.

-ben

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From: Jeanette on 12/09/2002
I had the same problems with AOL 8.0. I ended up uninstalling the AOL 8.0 and made sure that no other AOL version was loaded. physically deleted all AOL backup files on the C:\ drive. I made a backup of the registry and then went and blew out anything in there that had AOL name with it...be careful doing this...could cause major problems! make sure you backup your registry before deleting ANYTHING! then i went back and reloaded AOL 7.0. Works great now. hope this helps someone. i think i will wait for AOL to fix these problems before i try again. i would suggest anyone loading 8.0 to completely remove 7.0.
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From: rosa on 12/08/2002
I forgot to include the link. Here it is. I believe this explanation came from one of the virus detection software, but I can't remember where I got it from.
http://vil.nai.com/vil/content/v_10477.htm
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From: Rosa on 12/08/2002
I also received an Alert, pop-up type from my Virus software similar to one cited here, saying something like "a malicious script called WAOLdotexe has been detected, do you want to halt it. I said Yes. I went looking for some info about this and found the following link which might be helpful to some. It gives some explanation there. I hope it helps some of you. As far as I know, my virus software halted the problem.
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From: Midnite1963 on 12/06/2002
Yo Randell and everyone else, We're all having the same problem. Now has anyone gotten a reply from their problem that they've been getting?

We need a reply from Aol Server cuz it's more that just 1 person having the same problem. So it's bout time that we do get an answer. if anyone did get an answer please let me know or the protest.

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From: paul on 12/06/2002
i have been getting waol.exe application error for a couple weeks now. aol told me to delete my cookies? this did nothing (of course). any thoughts? i think it may be interfering with my ability to contact aol live support too...
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From: Tom on 11/14/2002
I just did a search with 'waol' and came up with too much to read : lookin like time to remove aol

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From: jim on 11/14/2002
How do I get the answer to this message. Keep running into dead ends with the usual message that search revealed no findings,
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From: Bruce on 11/12/2002
I get a virus warning of a virus with "Malicious Intent" via my Norton Antivirus 2003. I contacted AOL and they say it is "My problem". As soon as my free subscription runs out I will get a nwe ISP, if they do not fix it!!!!
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From: Randal on 11/03/2002
I am the only one in the world having problems with AOL. I (ass)ume that everyone else is happy and having fun with AOL and I am the only one who uses it that has a problem. I won't get rid of it because they charge too much for their worthless service, and so I go on and on for years being stupid and still use AOL like a fool.
Should I ask my shrink why I am so bent on keeping AOL when I know it's a pile of shit? Maybe he knows why they can charge so much and still have customers? Maybe he knows why they can spam me all day long and I still stay. Could it be I am just too lazy to go look in the phone book or on the net for a better ISP?
Can you help me with my mental problems?
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From: Ralph on 11/02/2002
I have been getting the waol.exe error stuff for a while . Even when i totally un installed 7.0 and installed 8.0 im still getting it. Can anyone help me?
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From: Computerpilot on 08/29/2002
I am not sure what version of AOL you are using. However, the file you question is the main launch executable for AOL. I would recommend that you get the most current version of AOL on your computer. If you have Version 7.0, then completely uninstall AOL 7.0 and reinstall the software.

This would probably be the easiest way to fix your problem and you have the option during uninstall to save all of your settings. Therefore, it would take you less time then trying to repair the program.

Computerpilot


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