Question about Yahoo Messenger
It is possible that someone has accidentally uninstalled Yahoo! Messenger.
Try going to My Computer > C:/ > Program Files > Yahoo! > Messenger and here look for an icon of a smiley face :) that reads Yahoo! Messenger. Try to open that. If it doesn't work or if it's not there someone messed with your files.
In which case go to Yahoo.com click on Messenger on the left hand side and reinstall the Yahoo! Messenger application.
Posted on May 19, 2011
Someone has deleted the file associated with Yahoo accidentally that's why this error is appearing .... re-installing yahoo will resolve the issue...!
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, i have a fix for this issue. make sure that the default browser is installed and running correctly on your pc. if you know its installed go into internet options and select make default browser and click apply.
This is a fix only if you have installed a new web browsing application but did not select it to be your default browser.
Posted on May 05, 2009
a) Make sure you are the administrator and if not right-click on the installation program and click "Run as Administrator".
b) Use the Windows Installer Clean up Utility to uninstall the Yahoo messenger completely
Description of Windows Installer Clean up Utility: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
Then install the Yahoo Messenger 10 from the link http://messenger.yahoo.com/win/
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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Jul 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet
Reboot your computer.
2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on your keyboard. This will bring up the
Windows Security window. Click the "Task Manager" button and then
click the "Task Manager" tab.
3. You will see a list of
files/applications. These are the applications running in the background on
your system, whether they show on your taskbar or not. Any one of these applications
could be causing a conflict with the Yahoo! Messenger installation.
4. Click the top item on the list to
highlight it. Then hold the "Shift" key down and click the last item
on the list. This should highlight the whole list.
5. Click the "End Task" button.
This will temporarily close all background applications on your system.
6. Click the "X" in the upper
right corner to close the Task Manager window.
7. Install Yahoo! Messenger. You should not
experience the same issue that you had before.
8. After Yahoo! Messenger is installed,
reginout also reboot your system. All
other background applications will return to their original configurations.
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