Re: Please cancel Command/ I do error-2003-21-08
I am not understand Message in language Anglish Please to send of the message
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> Well, here comes what is probably the computer challenged question of the
> month. Sorry if it seems just too stupid.
> My kids (8 & 11) are always installing new games and it seems that an
> invitation to try and install AOL is always on the CDs. I don't want AOL
> and even if I did, given my phone system, it would entail a long distance
> call. (I have a dial-up connection.) Over the years a number of files and
> folders with regard to AOL have accumulated on the computer.
> Now the computer is old and the hard drive small and I'd like to clean up
> some of what I'm sure is trash. However, I don't want to delete something
> that will make the kid's games unplayable or delete something that my
> browser needs to function properly. I even found an aol file in the windows
> update setup. The kids games do not require an internet connection to play
> so I don't understand why some of the files I have found on the computer are
> even there.
> Can someone give me a simplified explanation and tell me if there are any
> AOL files that I may not want deleted or absolutely should not be deleted?
> Here is a sample of what I found on my computer:
> aolback.exe c:\program files\common files\aolback 1614KB application
> aolinstr.cab c:\windows options\cabs\content\aol 53KB PowerArchiver CAB
> needwaol.gif c:\windows\options\cabs\content\aol\images 11 KB gif file
> awaoll. dll c\windows\intuit\shared 62KB application
> aolsupp.cab c:\windows update setup files 166 KB powerarchiver CAB file
> aol c:\Tlcwin\Math6-9 file folder (contains Alias exe 14KB and Alias ini
> s-aol.htm c:\program files\pcfriendly\main\help 1KB html document
> Thanks and I'm so glad this is largely anonymous as I'm terribly embarrassed
> to be so unknowledgeable.
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