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#1 angiee

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Posted 25 January 2008 - 08:57 PM

Hi,
First of all, I operate on Windows XP Home, and I'm trying to log into the latest MSN Messenger version. It will work for everybody elses log on, except mine. This isn't a matter of paitence, as I've been trying for the past week to let it log on.. For a matter of hours waiting for it to sign on. I know I have the right password, as I've changed it twice and can succesfully log on to Windows Messenger. I've done the troubleshooter, various times and the error codes have changed quite a few times. I'm on wireless internet, and the green check never comes up to the Wireless part of the troubleshooter. However, nothing else does either (no error sign or anything). My firewall is not stopping me from using MSN. Sometimes the Key Ports error comes up, but once I've repaired it, it doesn't come up again. I'm really sick of having to use the old MSN, so any help would be appreichiated.

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Posted 26 January 2008 - 11:15 AM

Have you tried uninstalling the application and reinstalling it? It's very possible with everything you have tried that install is now corrupt.

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