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Error Why every time comming error in my internet page?

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  • taitanuim May 11, 2010

    I recently got requested to upgrade MSN Messenger 7.? to the latest 7.0.0816

    Since then, every time I attempt to sign into msn messenger I get the following error message:

    "We
    were unable to sign you into MSN Messenger, possibly because of a
    problem with the service or with your Internet connection. Please make
    sure that you are connected to the Internet. 81000306"

    I have
    looked up this error on google, most places suggest turning off the
    proxy and sock settings allowing only the tcp settings.

    I go to
    Tools, Options, Connection, Then Advanced Settings, and untick all of
    them apart from TCP. Then under TCP I click "Test TCP Connection",
    which says: "Resolving the server name...
    Connecting to the server...
    Connected, verifying ability to send data now...
    Success, you can connect to the MSN Messenger service."
    So that is working.
    I press OK, and OK again.

    Back to the options menu, I click "Test Connection..."
    "Please wait...", So I wait... for about 1 or 2 mins.
    Then
    there is an error: "We were unable to troubleshoot your connection to
    the .NET Messenger service. There is possibly a problem with the
    service, your Internet connection, or your proxy settings. Please check
    your settings and make sure you are connected to the Internet."

    I am infact definatly connected to the internet, via my router, and am using it to make this post.

    One additional thing to note, I do have MSNPlus installed, however this shouldn't interfear.

    I have no other firewall software apart from the default windows one, which should work anyway.

    So now what are my options? Where do I go from here? How do I fix it? What is the solution to this problem?

    Thanks.

  • AJ Jones
    AJ Jones May 11, 2010

    What are you saying again? Whats the issue with the internet page you are having?

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Your messenger has been corrupt so download latest copy from microsoft's site

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