aol and monitors control panel

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aol and monitors control panel

Does anybody have an old copy of aol and the montiors control panel from mac os 9.1?

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9.2.2?

will 9.2.2 work? I have the monitors control panel, but no control panel for AOL. I do have the AIM menu extension, as well as the system monitors plugin extension. PM me for the .sit file.

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im sorry

i should have neen more specific, i need a copy of aol that will work on mac os 9.1, and i needed the monitors control panel, but i was able to find a copy, so i really just need a classic version of aol. Thanks!!!

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I think AOL 5.0 for Mac Class

I think AOL 5.0 for Mac Classic is still supplied on the AOL CD - the copy of AOL 9 (their newest release) that I've got says it contains versions 7 and 9 for Windows, version 5 for Mac Classic and AOL for OS X. It seems to have disappeared from their website though. If you're a subscriber you've probably got one of these CDs already, or you could probably ask them for one?

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You tried this yet: [url]http

You tried this yet: http://www.aim.com/get_aim/mac/latest_macosx.adp ? I found that after about 10 seconds of googling.

John

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AIM != AOL

AIM != AOL

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Do you actually use aol dialu

Do you actually use aol dialup? Just curious. I remember that being the most painful piece of software on mac. It liked to mess with settings.

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Where are you located?

If you're in Canada, go to your local Royal Bank or Canadian Tire. They have stacks and stacks of free AOL CD's.

Last time I checked, the latest AOL CD contained software for Mac OS Classic.

Grab one of those and you should be golden.

Failing that, (and if it doesn't constitute piracy - I doubt it would), PM me and I'll see if I can scare up a copy of the AOL software for you from my collection and send it to you digitally.

Cheers,

The Czar

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