Those are valid and needed operating system files. It was probably AOL that changed them in the first place and seeing as AOL doesn't exactly share info with the rest of the world, she may have to talk to them for help. Is she having a problem with the computer or was this a one time thing?
Im helping a friend with a problem.
Windows xp sp2
while playing games she says a message popped up stating "aol has encountered an error" and requested her to use aol reinstall disk.Her aol came preinstalled from Dell.6 month free.She has no aol disk.
I ran avg which I previously installed for her.It found no bugs but there are 5 items with "changed" after them.Is this ok or does being changed indicate a problem?
Changed were the following
Any help is welcome.