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01/04/2002 10:06 AM ID: 15281 Permalink   

Windows XP Blocks Users From AOL

 

AOL has confirmed that a software glitch is keeping a "very small number" of Windows XP from accessing AOL's high-speed cable Internet connections.

"We are currently working with Microsoft to quickly address the issue," a spokesman said, saying the problem should be resolved within two weeks. There was no comment whether Microsoft, AOL, or Time Warner Cable was to blame for the glitch.

 
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  Totally misleading title  
 
The should have been titled
'AOL software glitch blocks Windows XP users'
 
  by: larrycox2000   01/04/2002 06:45 PM     
  agree  
 
agree with larrycox2000 comment
 
  by: jessez   01/04/2002 06:55 PM     
  should be  
 
Win XP glitch as title
 
  by: jessez   01/04/2002 07:11 PM     
 
 
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