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That means Windows Live Messenger is unable to contact the authentication server.
Open up Live Messenger and go to Tools and go to Options. Under Connection Settings, choose Advanced Settings. Make sure there are nothing in the proxy fields. Make sure the SOCKS area has nothing in it and click okay until you get back to the Messenger window and try to sign in.
If that doesn't work and you are running Windows Vista, click start, type: cmd, right-click cmd.exe when it appears under Applications, click Run As Administrator, type the following: "netsh int tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled", rress enter, restart your computer”
Windows Live Messenger error code 81000306
When you start Windows Live Messenger you cannot sign in, and you get error code 81000306 along with the message:
We were unable to sign you in to Windows Live
Messenger, possibly because of a problem with the service or with your
Internet connection. Please make sure that you are connected to the
- While you try to Sign in MSN Messenger you getting an error message with the no. 80048820
- Unable to Sing in
- Your system time/date incorrect
- Internet Proxy setting incorrect
- softpub.dll disable/missing
- Firewall does not allow to access, etc.
- Remove Internet Explorer proxy server settings and check the 'Automatically detect settings'.
- Launch Internet Explorer, click "Tools" and then click Internet
Options. From the Internet Options dialog box, go to the Connections
tab. Click LAN Setting. Uncheck the Use a proxy server for your LAN
checkbox. Finally tick/check: 'Automatically detect settings'.
- Correct the computer system's Time/Day as current (if required).
Click Start (Button), and then click Run, type regsvr32 softpub.dll click ok.
- Turn off the firewall. Check firewall settings such as Norton: "Block
access to secure sites". If this cures the problem, make sure that
Microsoft's MSN Messenger is allowed full access through your firewall.