The problem occurs is caused by the incorrect Microsoft Internet
Explorer SSL settings. The error happens occasionally, and not all system may affected by this WLM problem. To solve the problem, following steps in the guide below:
1. In Internet Explorer, clear the Check for Server certificate
revocation (requires restart) check box. To do this, follow these steps:
Start Internet Explorer.
Click on the Tools menu, then click Internet Options in the pull down menu.
Click on the Advanced tab.
Under “Security” section tree, clear the Check for server certificate revocation (requires restart) check box.
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open run menu and type these one by one and press enter , then check
a. REGSVR32 softpub.dll b. REGSVR32 wintrust.dll c. REGSVR32 initpki.dll d. REGSVR32 Rsaenh.dll e. REGSVR32 Mssip32.dll f. REGSVR32 Cryptdlg.dll g. REGSVR32 Dssenh.dll h. REGSVR32 Gpkcsp.dll i. REGSVR32 Slbcsp.dll j. REGSVR32 Sccbase.dll
All u have to do is: uncheack the "remember me" and
the "remember my p@ssword" thingy and re-type ur "username" and
"p@ssword" again, And click "sign in". WAIT... For about 2,5 min. Then
a new window will pop-up, and there will be a button saying
"Troubleshooter", Click on that button, and then another window will
pop-up saying "Windows Live Messenger Connection TroubeShooter" You
will then see in that window, a list of "Test Results" There will be
listed a list that will have a list of stuff wich u need to have
running good to make windows live messenger work. Slowly yet fastly you
will see next to each iteam will apear a "check mark" or a "warning
sign". Now the fixing part: When all of the list has a symbole next to
it, then u can see wich stuff is working fine and wich have problems,
if, There's more then one wich has a "warning sign" next to it thats
fine. then when all the test results have a symbole next to them click
"Repair" ( if one of the iteams has a "warning sign" next to it ) if
not then click "restart" if so, then click the button then. wait.. 1,2
min. and when its finished close the window and u should see that ur
windows messenger is trying to log in again wait and there u go!!! TIP:
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you are receiving error 80048820 when trying to sign into Windows Live
Messenger you should also get an extended error code. If this extended
error code is 80048412 the problem often occurs because the time and date settings on the computer are incorrect.The error will appear like below: You cannot sign in to Messenger. Additionally, you may receive the following error message: We were unable to sign you in to the Messenger at this time. Please try again later. To let us try and troubleshoot the problem, click the Troubleshoot button. Error code: 80048820 Extended error code: 80048412 The following steps may help resolve your issue: To troubleshoot the problem on a Microsoft Windows XP-based computer:
1. Click Start, click Run, type control timedate.cpl, and then click OK.
2. In the Date and Time Properties dialog box, confirm that the date and time settings on the computer are correct, and then click OK. To troubleshoot the problem on a Windows Vista-based computer:
1. Click Start, type control timedate.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
2. In the Date and Time Properties dialog box, confirm that the date and time settings on the computer are correct, and then click OK.
This is what MS told me to do..but did not work. Finally they told me to use 8.5. Try if it helps you. Messenger Connectivity Log & Contacts Log A. Delete the old log files. Right-click
the Start button and then click Explore. In the window that opens,
click Folder Options on the Tools menu. Click the View tab, and then
make sure that Show Hidden files and folders option is selected. 1. Click Start, click Run, type %userprofile%\Local Settings\, and then click OK. 2. Double-click the Application Data folder, double-click Microsoft, and then double-click Messenger. 3. In the Messenger folder, look for the MsnMsgr.txt file and delete it. Note: If
you get an error stating that you cannot delete MsnMsgr, please make
sure that Windows Live Messenger is not running on the background. To
check this, open the Task Manager window and check whether the msnmsgr.exe is running on Processes.If it is, select the application and click End Process. If you are prompted, click Yes. To open the Task Manager: Click Start and then Run. Type taskmgr.exe and click OK. 4. If you don't see the MsnMsgr.txt file, please proceed to step B to enable the connection logging. B. Turn on connection logging if the feature is not yet enabled. 1. Start Windows Live Messenger but do not sign in. 2. On the Tools menu, click Options. 3. In the left navigation bar, click Connection. 4. Click Advanced Settings. 5. Under Connection Logging, make sure that the Save a log of my server connections to help troubleshoot connection problems check box is selected. 6. Click OK. C.
Try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger again to replicate the error
or issue being encountered with the service. A new connectivity log
file, MSNMsgr.txt, is created the moment a sign in attempt to the
service is made. When errors or issues are encountered, the connection
logging feature will capture their logs. D. Access the newly generated MsnMSgr.txt by following the steps in step A. Please look also for the ContactsLog.txt file. Please attach the files on your e-mail response to us. Copy of the Windows Live Contacts folder The Windows Live Contacts folder can be accessed on this path: C:\Documents and Settings\ Your Windows logon name \Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows Live Contacts Note: Windows Logon name is the logon name that you use to sign in to Windows. Right-click the Windows Live Contacts, select Send To, and then select Compressed (zipped) Folder.
A compressed file is created in the same folder. Please upload the file
to Windows Live SkyDrive and we will retrieve the file from there. To access Windows Live SkyDrive, please do these:
Click Add files and locate the zipped Windows Live Contacts folder. Upload it.
Once the file is successfully uploaded, please send us the URL or link on your e-mail response so we can download it.
we are working on this issue, we suggest that you temporarily use the
earlier version of Windows Live Messenger (v8.5) so you can continue to
communicate with your friends. Please note that to be able to install
the previous version, you need to uninstall all the Windows Live
Essentials programs (i.e. version 2009 of Messenger, Mail, Photo Gallery, etc.). 1. Exit Windows Live Messenger. 2. Click Start, click Run, type appwiz.cpl and press Enter 3. On the Add or Remove Programs window, click on Windows Live Essentials, and then click Uninstall/Change 4. Select Uninstall, click Continue. 5. Under Select the programs you want to uninstall, check all the Windows Live programs shown and then click Continue. Windows Live Messenger 8.5 can be downloaded from: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7a1aae73-48cc-4f7a-b445-0487bd5e84ef&displaylang=en
To fix Windows Live Messenger error 80004005, you have to reinstall the latest version of Windows Live Messenger From here - http://get.live.com/messenger/overview
Error 80004005 was originally created by MSN Messenger maintenance procedures. In order to stop users from using non Microsoft add-on's, that may harm Microsoft's service.