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#1 chuckster


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Posted 01 April 2006 - 10:13 PM

:thumbsup: I have this popup called msn content plus that keeps popping up on my computer every 10 secs or so,when you x it out it keeps asking you to register.Can someone tell me how to get rid of this.Thanks.

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Posted 02 April 2006 - 08:04 AM

Did you install MSN Contect Plus? Once installed it is known to nag users with a pop up reminder to register it.

Your current version of MSN Content Plus is not registered and has -- trial time/ days left. Please register now.

Even after uninstall, I have read where it leaves a file behind that continues to pop up.

To resolve this, follow the below instructions provided by MSN Support

Q: How to remove the register alert?
A: Please press Ctrl+Atl+Del to invoke Task-Manager then kill the process named "MSNAppM.exe". You can find and delete msnappm.exe in system directroy (eg, C:\Windows\MSNAppM.exe).

We already fixed the problem in new version.

Best regards

Support of MSN Content Plus Inc

Since these instructions may not be very clear to some users I elaborated on what is recommended.

When they say "kill the process named "MSNAppM.exe", they mean to right-click on that file in the Task-Manager list and choose "End Precess".

After the process is terminated use Windows Explorer to navigate or use Windows Search feature to locate MSNAppM.exe. When found right-click on it and choose "Delete".
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