Still cant logon to Windows Live Messenger

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Software' started by Epenian, May 20, 2009.

  1. Epenian

    Epenian New Member

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    Iv tried everything iv been told uincluding
    delete all the cache
    reinstall wlm
    fix .dll files
    turn off firewall completely
    tried reparing windows live messenger
    old version of messenger


    And still getting temp unavailable but i actually do sign in, my friends tell me i sign in but on my computer it doesnt
    and eventually tells me i cant..

    Anything i have missed? please help.. this is very frustrating!
    everything else has worked perfectly!
     
  2. JBurb

    JBurb New Member

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    whats your wlm version?i got same issue until i run an update to version 9 build 14 and everything going sweet :)
     
  3. Epenian

    Epenian New Member

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    im using
    version 2009 build 14.0.8064.206

    i also tried going back to wlm 8.1 and same problem
    reinstalled V9 and same shit :(

    Im not using a firewall and tried turning the windows one off.. no luck
     
  4. Epenian

    Epenian New Member

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    Any1 got an idea.. this is really annoying!
    iv run out of ideas!

    Please help
     
  5. yehuda2001

    yehuda2001 New Member

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    try this

    every time microsoft bring out a new version of msn or live messenger, it has problems until they replace it. if you have problems even with older versions, you can log on to your msn account using Web and Mobile Messenger for MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook | eBuddy the free alternative. also allows you to log on to other instand messenger accounts including facebook and others
     

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