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When I maximise my screen in Messenger Live, inmediately my screen runs black for every second. Any ideas?

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Click on start->run->type msmsgs->Inbuilt messanger would appear->login into it->if its works for you properly, you can continue with it

else you have to uninstall and reinstall this application

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1. Hit "run" in the start menu
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There ... isn't ... a Live Messenger 2009, at least not that's come out of Beta testing. More importantly, there isn't a legitimate Messenger.com.

You may have bigger problems than your chat program. Please humor me and try some basic steps to make sure you've got the right software installed, and none of the wrong software. These are also good things to do generally, for the future of your computer.

Update your anti-virus software. If you don't have any, consider a free package, such as Grisoft's AVG Free Edition:
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Keep carefully reading and clicking -- they -really- make it difficult to download the free version, because they'd much rather you buy it.

Download and install two anti-spyware packages:
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Scroll down a little on each download page to find the download link. Download, install. Start up each; run an update; run an update again, the run the scan in Spybot (maybe 45 minutes) and a quick scan in Malwarebytes (maybe 10 minutes). If any problems are found, please please please post back here with all the details (what was found, what pieces it installed in what location, what it removed, etc.)

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