computers aol with internet 9.0

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Found 3rd May 2010
hi have aol with internet 9.0 wanted to clear cookies, went to do everything but internet settings has been deleted somehow. aol said there is nothing they can do. how do i get internet options back onto the computer???


thanks in advance

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Wait...people still use AOL?

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MindMental;8515465

Wait...people still use AOL?



ur funny

don't actually understand your post (Internet 9?) but just pop the AOL installation disc in the PC and re-install.

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i dont know just internet 9.0, explorer i guess. if i new what i was on about wouldnt be asking for advice

She means AOL version 9, i guess, and help.aol.com/hel…158 will guide you through it

When you go start > control panel

Do you mean the internet options icon isn't there ?

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deb8z;8515832

When you go start control panelDo you mean the internet options icon … When you go start > control panelDo you mean the internet options icon isn't there ?



yeah its gone not there

dont mean to sound dim people

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dcx_badass;8517390

A start would be to write properly then. Surely you can do that?



oh woteva!!!!!!!!!

I don't know how to get the icon back,but have you tried accessing it by clicking Internet Explorer and then click on tools,you can access internet options there.

dcx_badass;8517458



wtf :thumbsup:

download and install this, then run it to delete all internet cookies/history etc.
]http//ww…ner

If on Windows XP:
- Click start button
- Click "Run"
- Type inetcpl.cpl into the box and hit Enter (or press OK)

If on Vista, there is no Run box so just type inetcpl.cpl into the search box on the Start menu.

That should bring up Internet Options (the one located on the Control Panel). You can make a shortcut pointing to inetcpl.cpl on your desktop as a less-than-ideal solution to the problem.

If it doesn't work, Internet Options might have been disabled by a program installed on your computer (possibly a malicious one). So run a anti-malware scan (use Malwarebytes if you don't have a scanner already).
Another thing to try is detailed in the second post of this thread: techsupportforum.com/mic…tml

Just wondering how she's gonna read these replies.... ?

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virus;8535582

Just wondering how she's gonna read these replies.... ?



oh you managed to write a response then somehow!!!!
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