Hard drive died. Computer replacement. Impossible to restore original AOL.

As above, the hard drive in my Dell four year, crashed with a loss of internet connection and access to the printer. After several days of trying, I've learned from hard disk has been corrupted. I have a Dell Inspiron that works well. Easily, I have to my Hotmail account, but have not been able to access AOL. There was information on the AOL I would like to access. I can get in my AOL account, but not in the main screen. AOL's tech advised to sign up for the paid version of AOL, and they may be able to help me. Another way to restore AOL on my new computer?  Thank you Rich

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As above, the hard drive in my Dell four year, crashed with a loss of internet connection and access to the printer. After several days of trying, I've learned from hard disk has been corrupted. I have a Dell Inspiron that works well. Easily, I have to my Hotmail account, but have not been able to access AOL. There was information on the AOL I would like to access. I can get in my AOL account, but not in the main screen. AOL's tech advised to sign up for the paid version of AOL, and they may be able to help me. Another way to restore AOL on my new computer?  Thank you Rich

Unfortunately - access your AOL account is an AOL problem.

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