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Why does my live messenger keep closing down. It keeps telling me there's a problem and it closes down.

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Maybe there was a problem during installation. Try to uninstall then reinstall it again.

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Please follow the steps below:

1. Go to the Control Panel
2. Select System
3. A small window will come out, select Advanced
4. Under the Performance, select Settings
5. Then select Data Execution Prevention or DEP
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Hi,
what version of Windows Live you are using go get the updated version from the messenger.msn.com. if you are not using the latest version, Lastly using Yahoo messenger u can im ur Windows Live friends so better start using that!!
Or else Try using Firefox. Hope this problem may not occur in Firefox. Thank you

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