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Open Data Folder

To open Data Folder in Windows 7 and 8:

1. Click Start, and then click Computer.

Note: If you are using Windows 8 you can find Computer on the desktop or you can locate it by pressing the Windows key and then the 'C' key on your keyboard.

 

2. Double-click the Local Disk (C:) icon.

3. Double-click the ProgramData folder.

4. Double-click the AOL folder.

5. Double-click the C_AOL #.# folder, where # is a number that refers to the version of the AOL software (for example, C_AOL 9.5) installed on your computer.

Note: If you have downloaded the software more than once on your computer, you may find multiple instances of C_AOL #.# folders, each tagged with a letter of the alphabet. For instance, you may see folders such as C_AOL 9.5, C_AOL 9.5a, and C_AOL 9.5b, where C_AOL 9.5b is the folder with the latest download of the software. Please make sure that you double-click the folder that has the latest download of the software.

 

To open Data Folder in Windows Vista:

1. Click Start, and then click Computer.

2. Double-click the Local Disk (C:) icon.

3. Double-click the ProgramData folder.

4. Double-click the AOL folder.

5. Double-click the C_AOL #.# folder, where # is a number that refers to the version of the AOL software (for example, C_AOL 9.5) installed on your computer.

Note: If you have downloaded the software more than once on your computer, you may find multiple instances of C_AOL #.# folders, each tagged with a letter of the alphabet. For instance, you may see folders such as C_AOL 9.5, C_AOL 9.5a, and C_AOL 9.5b, where C_AOL 9.5b is the folder with the latest download of the software. Please make sure that you double-click the folder that has the latest download of the software.

 

To open Data Folder in Windows XP:

1. Click Start, and then click My Computer.

2. Double-click the Local Disk (C:) icon.

3. Double-click the Documents and Settings folder.

4. Double-click All Users.

5. Double-click Application Data.

6. Double-click the AOL folder.

7. Double-click the C_AOL #.# folder, where # is a number that refers to the version of the AOL software (for example, AOL 9.5) installed on your computer.

Note: If you have downloaded the software more than once on your computer, you may find multiple instances of C_AOL #.# folders, each tagged with a letter of the alphabet. For instance, you may see folders such as C_AOL 9.5, C_AOL 9.5a, and C_AOL 9.5b, where C_AOL 9.5b is the folder with the latest download of the software. Please make sure that you double-click the folder that has the latest download of the software.

 

To open Data Folder in Windows 2000/Me/98:

1. Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.

2. Double-click the Local Disk (C:) icon.

3. Double-click the Documents and Settings folder.

4. Double-click All Users.

5. Double-click Application Data.

6. Double-click the AOL folder.

7. Double-click the C_ AOL #.# folder, where # is a number that refers to the version of the AOL software (for example, AOL 9.5) installed on your computer.

Note: If you have downloaded the software more than once on your computer, you may find multiple instances of C_AOL #.# folders, each tagged with a letter of the alphabet. For instance, you may see folders such as C_AOL 9.5, C_AOL 9.5a, and C_AOL 9.5b, where C_AOL 9.5b is the folder with the latest download of the software. Please make sure that you double-click the folder that has the latest download of the software.



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Last updated: 06-04-2013
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