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When i click on someones nick & the page comes up it will freeze up & i cant type a message & i get a error message from microsoft it does this every time after i sign in

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It sounds to me like your messenger software has been corrupted somehow. To fix this simply go into add/remove programs and remove the messenger software from you computer. Go to the MSN site and download the latest version of the messenger software and install it. This will resolve you problem for you. It is a good Idea to check for newer versions of you software regularly because the updated versions have all the bugs resolved like the one that you ran into and also they are adding cool new features with every update also. Many of the messengers are offering phone out now where you can call anywhere in the world for 1 to 2.1 cents a minute and computer to computer voice calls for free. This is what I use to call my customers world wide. Yahoo voice out is the cheapest and the best voice quality. For 29 dollars a year you get your own phone number for your computer and out going calls are only a penny a minute long distance and 1.9 cents a minute international and PC to PC are FREE. 800 numbers are free too. It sounds like the people are in the room with you.

I hope you find this info helpful and it fixes your computer too. feel free to contact me if you need more help with this or anything and I will help you for free. Make sure you come back and rate me when you get your computer going. If you need more help you can get to me at geokohler@gmail.com. I check my e-mail regularly. Just let me know and I will get right back to you.
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extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured
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