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Re: AOL 5.0


Your experience with AOL.5 is common with all upgrades. When you upgrade a program, usually only part of the files change (the main application program). The application  finds different info relating to the application. Info is kept in a folder (or many) and the program knows where to find them. You probably dump the sound file along with the program.

If you are to reload everything you should find items such as "address book", "mail folder", "preferences" and others as such. Put them in a temporary file on your desktop. After reloading program, find new folders of same name. Take info out of old folder and put into new.

Hope this helps


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