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Cannot sign in and Error Code 81000306

While starting or trying to sign in-cannot sign in and Error Code 81000306 msn error code 81000306

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Here is a good link to information about that issue:

http://messenger-support.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!8B3F39C76A8B853F!13932.entry

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3. Clear the proxy settings in MSN Messenger. 3.a. Start Messenger.
3.b. On the Tools menu, click Options.
3.c. Click Connection in the left navigation pane.
3.d. Click Advanced Settings in the Connection Settings section.
3.e. Delete the content of the SOCKS field.
3.f. Click OK two times to save the settings.
3.g. After you clear the proxy settings, verify if you are able to sign into Messenger. If you are still not able to sign into Messenger then please go to the next step.
4. If you are using Windows Vista, disable the Auto Tuning Networking feature: 4.a. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, and then right-click Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
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4.c. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
Note: This command disables the Window Auto Tuning feature. 4.d. After you disable the Auto Tuning Networking feature, verify if you are able to sign into Messenger. 5. If you are still not able to sign into Messenger then please re-enable this feature using the information below and then go to the next step. 5.a. Re-enable the Auto Tuning Networking feature by typing the following command at the command prompt, and then pressing ENTER: netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal
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There are many different types of fixes for this error that include everything from Updating Router information to upgrading NIC (LAN) Drivers.

But hopefully this link here will allow you to correct this. It is well documented and straight forward.

I wish you the best.

http://www.dotcomunderground.com/blogs/2007/03/18/msn-error-code-81000306-fix/

Good Luck

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