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Problem While Opening Windows Live Messenger


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#1 ChronoXIII

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Posted 22 March 2008 - 01:05 AM

1.The following message appeared every time I open Windows Live Messenger on my computer:

Internet Explorer script error

An error has occured in the script of this page.

Line:2
Char:212367
Error: Expected identifier
Code:0
URL: http://rad.msn.com/ADSHdClient31.dll?GetAd...MAL&AP=1007

Do you still want to continue running scripts on this page? Yes/No

Plus, when this message appears, the frame of Windows Live is in classic, although the settings shows that the frame is set as Windows XP style. Other frames are in XP style. Which option should I choose? What does this means and how can I correct it?

2. When my brother is using the computer, he told me that a message something like this appeared:" Windows File protection. The contents of your files are replaced with something unidentified. please insert Windows Xp disk now." This is not a custom built computer, so I don't have the disk, then I clicked "cancel". Then, the computer asked me if I still want to keep the files. If I clicked "no", the message keeps appearing again, so I clicked "yes".
What does this mean? Is this a virus attack? What should I do if the message appears again?

I hope somebody can help me ASAP. Thanks.

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#2 david28

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Posted 22 March 2008 - 01:17 AM

I believe that updating to the latest version of Msn will fix this problem.




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