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What site do you normally have on your browser as a start page? I use Paul & Associates Computer Services, Google & MSN as a start page. You just need to check your IE options by clicking Tools and then Internet Options. The first thing that you should see the site designation. If not just click and put for example http://www.paulcomputerservices.com/ or http://www.msn.com/ as your start pages. Then you can navigate from their to other sites that you commonly use day-to-day.
Couple of things to check. Make sure you software firewall has not been accidentally set to block this site. If you are using an Antivirus program you will find advanced firewall settings in the configuration section.
Secondly, click Tools on the top Menu bar in Internet Explorer, and then choose Internet Options. Re-enter MSN as your homepage and click OK, in the event the URL has been changed from your original page.
My page was redirecting to dell.v14.msn.com, but your problem could be exactly the same as mine.
I’ve been wrestling with this problem for several days and finally found a solution that works for me.The redirect can be repaired by going to http://dell.my.msn.com.Just going to this page seems to reset the redirect of the msn.com home page to http://dell.msn.com. I still have no answer to how to get rid of the redirect altogether, but at least I don’t get the broken links page anymore.
I’ve been wrestling with this same problem for several days and finally found a solution that works for me.The redirect can be repaired by going to http://dell.my.msn.com.Just going to this page seems to reset the redirect of the msn.com home page to http://dell.msn.com. I still have no answer to how to get rid of the redirect altogether, but at least I don’t get the broken links page anymore.
Open the MSN messenger program and click Tools and Options and there should be an option somewhere on there that allows you to choose your webcam.
If that doesn't work, check Start--> and right click on My computer, then click Manage.
Under there click Device manager and verify there is nothing that has a Yellow exclamation point next to it. If so that means that the drivers are not installed and we will have to reinstall them to make the computer recognize the webcam
go to START then SEARCH then in the search box,, type MSN.exe then click Search.. then right click on the msn application icon and choose Send to desktop
Or Simply go to START/ PROGRAMS/ and look for MSN.. right click on the icon and choose send to desktop...