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AOL 9.1 for Windows XP SP3

Discussion in 'Windows - Software discussion' started by ECruz'N, May 26, 2012.

  1. ECruz'N

    ECruz'N Member

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    Hi Folks,

    I've lost my CD of AOL 9.1

    But I'm looking for AOL 9.1 for Windows XP SP3.

    AOL download site doesn't provide AOL 9.1 download.

    I google searhed and all I've seen are sites that aren't really
    such download sites. It's not a direct download. They're sites
    that make you think they have AOL 9.1 for Windows XP SP3 download.
    Really, they're providing download file that allow you to scan
    your computer, or Zzip, and PDF. Thoese are what I want.

    I am wondering do any of you know a link where I could
    download AOL 9.1 for Windows XP SP3????

    No luck with Google's search results.

    Thanks,
    Eugene
     
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  2. ECruz'N

    ECruz'N Member

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    Hi Folks,

    To let you know I got it solved.

    Thanks to AOL Tech Support LIVE Chats.

    They're no longer provide AOL 9.1 download,but they did
    gave me a link that's OUTSIDE of AOL. And it works for ME!!!

    So, if you're looking for AOL 9.1 for Windows XP, then here's
    the link that AOL gave me.

    http://download.cnet.com/America-Online-AOL/3000-2651_4-466108.html

    Although, just a note, that this is NOT a full CD download.
    It's a file that's only 300 KB and you click on it and it will
    automatic download the software from somewhere outside of AOL.

    I am wondering, do any of you know how to make a CD package
    from the downloaded software??? Because in the future,I bet
    that 300 KB file may not be able to reach the download software.
    I wish that I knew how to make a CD packet so that I could install
    it again without being on line for software download.
    However, you do have to be online for entering your user ID and passwords.
    But most of all, it would be nice to have it all on a CD.

    In the program folder, I found "AOL 9.1a" folder which is the downloaded
    software, about 30 MB in size. But it doesn't include it's installation
    extention file, like you see on a CD. It does have the "Uninstall.exe"
    file. No, I'm not clicking on that one.

    So,have you guys ever make a CD-ROM of a software that was downloaded
    and installed into your computer???

    Thanks,
    Eugene
     
  3. sdfox7

    sdfox7 Newbie

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    If anyone needs it in the future, AOL 9.0VR (last version for Windows 98 and Windows ME) and 9.1 (last version for Windows 2000) are both available here from the horse's mouth: http://download.newaol.com/aacd/
     
  4. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    why did you post to a dead thread that hasn't been posted to in almost 3yrs?
     

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