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b. Have you had a look at the Microsoft website for a solution? del "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Messenger\\Sharing Folders" del "%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Messenger\\SharingMetaData" Note: In these examples, is the e-mail address that you use to sign in to If the issue persists after an update of Windows, proceed to part 33.

  1. hope this is of some help Back to top #3 Mike P.
  2. I am pasting the instructions that I got from them here and below that a log of my HJT .
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  5. In the list at the middle, look for at least 3 events/items that show msn.exe as Faulting Application Name j.
  6. Reinstall Windows Live Messenger: a.
  7. Proceed to the next part if it does persist2.
  8. northumbria61 17:15 12 Jan 11 Try this as a short term fix - click here cyberphobic 08:36 13 Jan 11 Msny Thanks for your suggestion, unfortunately that setting was already
  9. We are sorry for the inconvenience. ) I sure hope you can help me .

Expand Windows Logs on the left and select Application. If you do not see this, take a look at the upper right side and on the View by box select either small or large icons so we'll see the Administrative Register Help Remember Me? d.

Anyone experiencing the same issues and any ideas as to their cause? Click OK two times. 3. The disconnecting appears to have stopped but not the closing problem. Several functions may not work.

We'll need to check the logs on the computer about this. hopefully you havent had this message but the behaviour of your pc is exactly like my friends. Click Start, click Run, type control appwiz.cpl, and then click OK. Reply With Quote January 26th, 2008,11:39 AM #4 Broni View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Malware Annihilator Join Date Dec 2007 Location Daly City, CA Posts 22,156 Cool My Home

For additional information and self-help instructions, visit https://account.live.com/HelpCentral.aspx and choose Windows Live Messenger from the drop-down menu. you could try here Thursday, March 22, 2012 4:27 PM Natasha C. Click View on top then select Filter. In the File Download window, click Save or click Run.

Be assured I'll do my best to help you out. his comment is here You also mentioned that you tried the steps that my colleagues gave but to no avail. For Windows XP : a. I know how this can be quite confusing but I would appreciate your patience in accomplishing each step.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. I've noticed many users with same problems on various forums here and in the U.S. Remove Windows Live Messenger from the computer. http://roguewb.com/windows-live/windows-live-messenger-problem.html Restart the computer and reset Internet Explorer: a.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to. On the results, double click the latest application error and it will give you the faulting module of the internal error. Have a great day.

Most of the time I give up and use Internet Explorer.

Another possibility is an operating system-related failure.How do we check on which might have caused the problem?1. We are sorry for the inconvenience." I then get a second message saying " Sorry, something unexpected happened, Windows Live Mail must now close" I have had a good look around Your cache administrator is webmaster. Windows Live Messenger - Encounters Problem and Must Close Started by Mike P. , May 16 2007 05:32 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 Mike

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