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Msn keeps shuting dow while talking to someone

I cant talk or add any emotions or add any other person to join my conversation but the msn turns its self off.

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Are you a married woman or man, or have a significant other who might be jealous of your chatting? My wife is a ***** and chats online - I unplug her network cable for a few seconds from the router which is in my den and it causes her to lose her connection and for msn to restart - the stupid ***** doesn't have a clue - I do it again and again until she gets so frustrated that she stops her **** online affairs, at least temporarily.

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Reinstall msn messenger

To remove:
Click [Start] [Run] and in the [Open:] box type or copy/paste the following command
RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\msmsgs.inf,BLC.Remove
Click [OK]

Then download and install from
Windows Live Messenger

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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