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New emac and aol dialup....


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OK, I'm trying to get my existing aol dial up account active on the mac. All the user guide says is go to applications>installers, get the aol software and follow the instructions- trouble is I can't find it.

Have also tried setting it up manually with the tcp/ip etc page in network, but the fields to put subnet mask, router, ip address etc are unavailable, and clicking aol dial up as the ipv4 just deletes everything.

Im sure this isnt too complicated - please help! :confused:
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Here is an article that may help
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Ah, stupidity. I managed to get an old disk with aol on it and is sorted.
Thanks for your time anyways. :rolleyes:
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