AOL Hong Kong (Any version)

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AnDrEwP182
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AOL Hong Kong (Any version)

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Do I really need to explain why i'm cataloging and collecting ISPs?
Thank you to anyone who can find anything in advance.

The Distractor

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AnDrEwP182 wrote:Do I really need to explain why i'm cataloging and collecting ISPs?
Thank you to anyone who can find anything in advance.
AOLHK 5 is on a winme cd...

(in \win9x\ols\aol )

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/digs out and thanks T_D

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Post by Bender »

What is AOL Hong Kong? How is it any different than regular AOL?
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Uh, if you want some AOL stuff, I KNOW I have a boatload. They were a local interactive BBS service before they ever became what they are now. I grew up a mile away (maybe two) from them. I kept the floppies just for when I needed some. As a matter of fact, I know I have a DOS version on my 386.

You interested?

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Post by AnDrEwP182 »

Sure, great to know someone else is also running the Dos, Mac, and GEOS versions.

And in answer to Firewire, AOL HK shut themselves down in 2001, after being unveiled in 1999 (I think) making many copies hard to come by. I got a tip on the source of a zh build, but it was too corrupted to run.

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