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ok in theory if i remove aol from my system completley i wont have to be signed on to that to go onto the internet. i dhould just be able to click on firefox in go. does any body know if this is correct i must rid my self of aol i hate having to have to sign on it to use firefox.

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Yes, you should be able to connect directly through Firefox once you've totally removed AOL, but depending on your network/Internet setup, you might have to make a couple of small adjustments.

- What type of Internet connection do you have (dial-up, DSL, etc.)?

- Are you connecting directly to the modem, or do you go through a router?

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Yes, you should be able to connect directly through Firefox once you've totally removed AOL, but depending on your network/Internet setup, you might have to make a couple of small adjustments.

- What type of Internet connection do you have (dial-up, DSL, etc.)?

- Are you connecting directly to the modem, or do you go through a router?

well i have dsl

i do go though a router i am on a wirless network from my ktchen to my room

how would i go about making these adjusments

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