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From: JEFFREY on 06/05/2007
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From: hebe01 on 10/11/2011
I am having the same problem. Keeps shutting the aol service down. If you watch your task manager, waol will dissapear. No one seems to know the solution.http://www.nikeshopmall.com
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From: GEORGE on 08/13/2007
I have this same error with AOL 9.0 VR.
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From: Randy on 08/03/2007
I'm running Windows Vista and AOL at the time did not have the anti virus software for Vista. I was using someone else's. At this time AOL never shut down on the Error C0000005 occurred in module at address 700028E4. After AOL got the Mcafee security center for Vista, I installed it. That's when I started getting the error. Of course AOL gives you a bunch of crap to try and fix it and blames your software or your computer hardware. I put Mcafee on just one of my computers. After uninstalling and reinstalling Mcafee a few times, it seemed like the problem was fixed. So I put it on my other computer. Guess what, same problem on that one too and my first computer still does it. It only seems to do it with in a few minutes of signing onto AOL. I contacted Mcafee and asked them for help. They said to uninstall Mcafee and reinstall Mcafee in SAFEMODE. I have not tried this yet. Hoping the last update I got from AOL might fix it.
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From: Albert on 07/24/2007
Jason,

if you look at this website, i think it will help you.
It says if you have 9.0, that you might have go back to an earlier version.
http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/453361-waol-exe-hanging-after-sign.html

also take a look at these websites.
http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/waol-exe-hangs-computer-t101820.html
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318352.

Please read all.
Hope this helps.

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From: Jason on 07/22/2007
I am having the same problem. Keeps shutting the aol service down. If you watch your task manager, waol will dissapear. No one seems to know the solution.
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From: Albert on 06/22/2007

To Jeffery and John,

You are not the only ones with this problem.

I have checked some web sites and i think these will answer your questions, please read everything on these pages, i know it a lot of information, but i am sure all the information will be very helpful.

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-nt-2000-xp/453361-waol-exe-hanging-after-sign.html

http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/waol-exe-hangs-computer-t101820.html

Hope this helps.

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From: John on 06/21/2007
I'm suddenly getting a pile of GPFs whenever I try to run WAOL, which always point to this location. It's definitely irritating and I've run out of really good things to say. AOL's also been inhaling vast amounts of resources doing... who knows what? The process monitor in the Task Manager frequently shows aolsoftware.exe is using ~44% of the system even when AOL isn't supposed to be running. (Boy howdy, who do they think they are--MICROSOFT???)

I'm wondering if there's been some update to Win XP or to WAOL that's causing this grief. I'm about to uninstall AOL and reinstall it to see if that helps (and if it doesn't, I may drop back to AOL 8.0 or something to see if that sidesteps the problem).

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From: jeffrey on 06/14/2007
you know of this error
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From: orly on 06/07/2007
NO!
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