Solved AOL minor problem . . .

March 18, 2017 at 10:33:58
Specs: Windows 7 home, Intel Pent., cpu g630, 4.00 GB, 64 bit
Lately when on AOL and going thru Facebook, I get the following message:

we encountered an error handling the last page action.

Error code: Exception_access_violation

Close this webpage

Click here to attemp to reload the last page and try again.

I usually go to AOL help , Launch System Information, and Clear the aol cache, which is usually about 300 megs. This knocks me off aol.

Must be some setting somewhere to stop this or automatically clear the cache, as I usually do in Control Panel.


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March 19, 2017 at 19:44:58
Unless the error message specifically mentions AOL they may have nothing to do with the problem.

Facebook doesn't like slow connections so if it's only occurring with them that may be a factor. Or some kind of facebook setting.

Since you seem to have more than one browser available see if the error occurs with them all.



#1
March 18, 2017 at 12:10:08
I don't use Facebook & haven't used AOL since the early 90s, although I still occasionally use my old AOL email address. What are you using AOL for? I didn't think the software was required anymore since you can do just about everything from the AOL home page.

https://www.aol.com/


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March 18, 2017 at 12:48:22
Hi Riider

I have been using it since I bot my first computer, an IBM with a 4 meg hard drive and about the same ram. Promenade was loaded on it with Prodigy. But Promenade was shut down and shortly after became AOL as you prolly remember.

I use AOL for everything, mail and news when I sign on. Mail I like because it is very easy to use and to keep the address book. Never any problems like what I see as questions about other mail on this forum.

The favorites list is particularly useful to me and very easy to use. Everything is right there on the screen. I have a list a mile long for all the things that anyone would need.
I even have Google on the list so I can jump over there anytime I need it.

What would you suggest I use instead?


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#3
March 18, 2017 at 16:22:04
Do you actually need the AOL software to do what you want to do? Or can it be done by logging in to the home page? If you feel you need the desktop software, a reinstall might fix your problem.

https://discover.aol.com/products-a...


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#4
March 18, 2017 at 19:05:15
Yeah, I do that occasionally. Haven't done it in a while. Will give it another try.

thanks


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#5
March 18, 2017 at 20:21:16
What browser are you using? AOL has their own browser but you're not obligated to use it. What kind of internet connection do you have?

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#6
March 19, 2017 at 11:19:51
DAVEINCAPS:

Always thot it was IE but when I google what is my browser, it tells me it is Chrome 56 on win 7.

When I go on aol system info it says Browser #1 is IE build 11.0
and Browser #2 is Firefox 51.0,1

My Homepage is Optimum and is I.E.


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#7
March 19, 2017 at 11:35:26
However, when I go on Mozilla it says Firefox 51 etc

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March 19, 2017 at 19:44:58
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Unless the error message specifically mentions AOL they may have nothing to do with the problem.

Facebook doesn't like slow connections so if it's only occurring with them that may be a factor. Or some kind of facebook setting.

Since you seem to have more than one browser available see if the error occurs with them all.


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#9
March 24, 2017 at 12:04:05
Yeah, Dave: Going thru Google instead of AOL and don't have that problem anymore.

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