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Error connecting to AOL dial up

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#1 SuperSam


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Posted 19 September 2005 - 09:08 AM

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Computer- Inspiron I600M

While connecting to AOL on dial up, I get the error msg 46-NPQE. AOL and Dell techs unable to help. Uninstalled and reinstalled the AOL software. Issue unresolved. Performed System Restore. No change. Pls help.


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Posted 19 September 2005 - 01:11 PM


First let me say Welcome to BC. I hope you will find your experience helpful, now as well as in the future.

I find it a little unusual that AOL cannot assist you with their own error code. Error Code 46-NPQE: This code is an AOL connectivity code. I know you have uninstalled and reinstalled AOL. Have you tried repair from Add/Remove programs? Go to Add/Remove programs> select AOL Connectivity> change/remove> then select repair, make sure you are closed out of AOL software before starting. Also reboot prior to relaunching AOL after the repair. Hopefully this will work.

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