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AOL Outage in Oak Park, Ventura County, California

Problems detected at AOL

Users are reporting problems related to: e-mail and internet.

AOL (America Online) is an internet portal as well as an internet service provider. As an ISP, AOL offers dial up internet through its AOL Advantage plans.

AOL problems in the last 24 hours in Oak Park, California

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about AOL over the past 24 hours from users in Oak Park and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

AOL Outage Chart in Oak Park, Ventura County, California 10/26/2021 10:05

October 26: Problems at AOL

AOL is having issues since 01:40 PM GMT. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Most Reported Problems:

  • E-mail 91.51% E-mail
  • Internet 6.54% Internet
  • Total Blackout 1.26% Total Blackout
  • Phone .57% Phone
  • Wi-fi .11% Wi-fi

AOL Outage Map Near Oak Park, Ventura County, California

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Los Angeles.

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AOL in Oak Park, California Comments

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AOL Issues Reports Near Oak Park, California

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Oak Park and nearby locations:
  • PRMSlickThePoet SlickThePoet (@PRMSlickThePoet) reported from Los Angeles, California

    How ******** does my emails run out of storage…..AOL never had that problem. “You got mail”

  • zayyw0p 🧸 (@zayyw0p) reported from Los Angeles, California

    if you use aol you gotta be middle aged D’****

  • MissCarley MissCarley (@MissCarley) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @Mikel_Jollett Thanks for adding that!! I’m a millennial (1982) and we had internet in the mid 90s but it was EarthLink and Prodigy and AOL and no one went to it for advice, lol. And parents didn’t care how long we played outdoors or where coz it meant they didn’t have to deal with our crap.

  • rossrichie Ross Richie (@rossrichie) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @comixplex Yes, Malibu had an internal email network that did not connect to the outside world. AOL did exist then, though.

  • EpicVoiceGuy Jon Bailey (@EpicVoiceGuy) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Ok since when did I start getting spam emails from an email address I NEVER created that’s somehow being sent to my actual real email address?!? I never had an AOL email!!! How’s it appearing in my GMAIL?!?

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @chococherries1 @TomMerfy @jathansadowski We can’t blame all or even most of our problems on AOL. In the end, they turned themselves from an “online service” into just another ISP. But they were an early example of the problems of moderating conversations. They had a lot of volunteers cleaning up the AOL chat rooms.

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    It was a mess for AOL in the short term because their customers started complaining about busy signals because of the greatly increased popularity of accessing both AOL and the Internet through their service. As a teenager, I’d cycle between the different services to try them.

  • RealMarkEbner Mark Ebner (@RealMarkEbner) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @DineshDSouza @goldengodzilla @KevinMKruse Where is this "show?" Is it on AOL or some ****?

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    The original Microsoft Network, now forgotten after it quickly rebranded into an Internet ISP bundled with Windows, was designed around the AOL style of having a rich native Windows client to provide GUI interfaces to network resources at lower bandwidth than the then-new WWW.

  • Kaaydeezy khepri (@Kaaydeezy) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @kennygoodwords @anjelflowerz @Clarisaelia Damn I lowkey need my aol email back. My tumblr & old SoundCloud password is in there 🥺

  • UKNOWBIGROB Rob (@UKNOWBIGROB) reported from Los Angeles, California

    **** All that #EndSARS bullshit. Nigerians been blowing me up begging for money since the AOL days talking bout their a prince. Until you give me my $100 from 02’ it’s **** You #NIGERIAPREVAIL

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I think AOL was just from a slightly more innocent era when digital video cameras hadn’t yet percolated out and Internet gore sites hadn’t filled up with literally the worst that humanity can do to other humans, animals, etc..

  • jhamby Jake Hamby (@jhamby) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Ok, three dangerous differences, since I gave two: ad auctions and user-created groups. The third bad difference is that AOL used to cost money, so they could easily entice moderators for chat rooms by giving them free accounts. Facebook’s paying moderators & the PTSD is worse.

  • royeluna roye (@royeluna) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Every day I mentally say “files done” in that AOL computer voice ..help.

  • satan_spice 𝕤𝕒𝕥𝕒𝕟 𝕤𝕡𝕚𝕔𝕖 (@satan_spice) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @angel_ponders Parent Over Shoulder. Some real AOL chat room ****.

  • switttch scottt 🐢 (@switttch) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @lucabrazzers it took FOR-EV-ER to convince her to get AOL, but once she was on she never left. lol

  • SethDaSportsMan Seth Klein (@SethDaSportsMan) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @realfakewalter Like, when AOL, emails, and texting first came out, no one really had problems spelling “your” or “you’re”. Now it’s so rampant I think it’s people’s brains have either regressed or they’ve just stopped caring. It’s like Idiocracy

  • el_duderino8184 The Essential Dude (@el_duderino8184) reported from Los Angeles, California

    I used to print out naked pics while my parents were at home, and use them for personal research at night.... AOL was way too loud to try that **** when the parents were home

  • JettiWhitewolf ЩΉIƬΣ ЩӨᄂF (@JettiWhitewolf) reported from Los Angeles, California

    @GibsonGothMan @unknown_meuknow @Wewillrocku66 @metalheadjs @mtlkeith @mcarr2k @nearly_departed @Figster017 @Shawnkin3 @1carolinagirl @Jo_Lloyd8 @slayerific13 @MTerkovich @nowayjeff @BerserkerBill @Doomsday3m @The_Brastard @tmudder4 @fcknheadbanger @polyunica1 @TheComicHunter @PamMcElravy @Dragonboy75 OMG in the full show he's talking about AOL damn I feel old now lol

  • StephanieDyas Stephanie Dyas (@StephanieDyas) reported from Los Angeles, California

    Imagine if this pandemic had happened in the early 90s when some people maybe had AOL for internet with slow dial up. Now we have FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, Netflix Party and Card Against Humanity virtual games to connect with friends. Could be worse.

AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • olivander10 olivander10 (@olivander10) reported

    @CDCarter13 "is displeasing to you that i referred to your historically bad rookie quarterback as ineffective? i spent my formative on AOL newsgroups arguing over the Pyramid Song time signature. you cannot phase me."

  • JayneTownsley Jayne Townsley (@JayneTownsley) reported

    @Mrbound666 @lordmatcauthon I just ranted about Faramir. And trust me, we may not have had Twitter but the AOL boards were VERY heated over the issue. Not appreciating that one thing doesn't make me "less than."

  • ImBrentJames Brent James (@ImBrentJames) reported

    @dorfsmay AOL and Yahoo had the network effect, too. Facebook is a swamp of negativity and old habits and it’s censored in such a way as to shape people’s thoughts. It’s an abomination, but worst of all… it’s lame.

  • TheMovieMan17 👻Tim Meyers 🎥 (@TheMovieMan17) reported

    @NintendoBlackC Everyone in Link's Awakening I suppose. Most in Majora's Mask unless you help them. Flute Boy in ALTTP. The sleeping Zelda in AOL who's been asleep who knows how long. There's quite a few in the series.

  • XanozIchimonji 🌸Xanoz (@XanozIchimonji) reported

    Ya'll can keep giving Nintendo new money for old services. And not even getting the old services just bad emulation of them with new bad online. Clips I'm seeing of n64 on Switch looks like it's running on a Tiger Handheld connected to AOL dial up 🤢

  • KeithOsmun Enders Backgammon (@KeithOsmun) reported

    @Too_Big_To_Fail Is it wrong of me to feel like I know exactly how bad this email would be by noticing it's an AOL email account?

  • fielllllllll fiel (@fielllllllll) reported

    my aol screen name was IsLaNdxBoY95. cancel me.

  • dyddsplat_g Dyddsplat (Galli) (@dyddsplat_g) reported

    @SarahDanielsTV I remember signing into AOL at like 2 in the morning on a school night and running into my room just in case my mom came out to tell me to go back to bed. It never worked.

  • jasonaneff Jason Neff (@jasonaneff) reported

    @KayKilbride Having to explain things like phone books, corded home phones, and AOL dial up service to people who have never lived without wifi and cell phones.

  • mlanger ᗰᗩᖇIᗩ ᒪᗩᑎGEᖇ 💉😷 (@mlanger) reported

    @jaldous I think that if more people just got off Facebook and their user base began to decline, they'd get him out. They're already having trouble attracting young people. It'll be like MySpace -- totally irrelevant -- in about 5-10 years. Look at AOL. CompuServe. Prodigy.