Question about Computers & Internet
Assuming the operating system you use is windows xp and if it is, try
going to Add or remove programs by clicking on start- control panel- and then add remove programs. And on the left hand side, the third
option you will see is ADD REMOVE WINDOWS COMPONENTS, click
on it and then uncheck the msn check box and proceed by clicking
next and then finish it and RESTART your machine. Once restarted, go
back to add remove programs and then click on windows components
and check the box for msn messenger as it was before and complete
the task by clicking next and then see if messenger works fine.
Please reply back if it worked.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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