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Windows 7: Problem with MSN

15 May 2010   #1

Windows pro 7 64Bit
Problem with MSN

Guys today i was unable to log on to MSN (live essential)
then i tryed to uninstall windows live essential, rebooted pc, and then tryed to install it again
but then i get an error during installation of live essential
error "0x8007273d" and i really can't find a solution to my problem.
Could anyone help me ?
thanx in advanced

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15 May 2010   #2

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install

That error code is usually associated with registry problems. Use system restore to go back to good times. The I will tell you how to uninstall and install a good MSN

Before doing anything make a good system restore point.
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16 May 2010   #3

Windows pro 7 64Bit

That didn't help
i just made system restore to 1 week earlier and i still can't log on to msn
but when i run trouble shooter it tells me that the problem is "key ports"
I will try to make a forward in my router to see if that will help the problem
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16 May 2010   #4

Windows pro 7 64Bit

I found a solution

Error 80048820 and extended error 80048416: You can't sign in to Windows Live Messenger

When you try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger, you receive a message that states that the Messenger service was unable to sign you in and that you should try again later. This issue may occur if the SSL settings in Windows Internet Explorer are incorrect.

To resolve this issue, try the following:
  1. In Internet Explorer, clear the Check for Server certificate revocation check box.

    Show me how
    • Start Internet Explorer.
    • On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
    • Click the Advanced tab.
    • Under Security, clear the Check for Server certificate revocation check box.
    • Click OK.
    • Exit Internet Explorer.
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