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MSN (windows live messenger)
« on: 18. December 2007., 04:54:42 »
 
I just got my new computer, Vista, & my MSN (windows live messenger) hasn't really been working right, i removed it & downloaded it again but nothing.
 
Now its saying something about DEP ? 
 
I tried to add it to the allow thing but it didn't work.
 
In the information thing, it said i should find a new update or something for DEP ? 
 
So could anyone help me ? please.
 
Sorry I dent know much, lol, & also sorry for saying "Thing" A fair bit.
 

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MSN (windows live messenger)
« on: 18. December 2007., 04:54:42 »




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Re: MSN (windows live messenger)
« Reply #1 on: 18. December 2007., 10:25:11 »
Hi Yummie.

Welcome to SCF Community!

Don't worry We will try resolve this soon as possible! 

First try to Repair your Windows Live Messenger with this instruction:

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Repair Windows Live Messenger

Some problems may require you to repair Windows Live Messenger.
To repair Messenger:
In the notification area on the taskbar (near the clock), click the Messenger  icon, and then click Exit.
On the taskbar, click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Under Currently installed programs, click Windows Live Messenger, and then click Change.
Click Repair.


Second try to Turn Off DEP with this instruction::

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Disabling Data Execution Prevention (DEP)


Run a command prompt as administrator. From the start menu, select "All Programs", then "Accessories" and right-click on the "Command

Prompt" shortcut and choose "Run As Administrator". From here you can use the following command to disable Data Execution Prevention (DEP)

with the following command:

bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff

Keeping your command prompt open, run your setup or other process being stopped by DEP. Then, to turn it back on again, do the same and

run the following:

bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOn

Restart your PC (After turning DEP off) to start Windows Live Messenger.


If this doesn't resolve problem, please provide us a error code (something like this Error 81000301)

I'll be waiting yours reply.

bye,

Samker

 

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