I am aware of the following for disabling the Windows Messenger, but want to know if the same is possible with MSN Messenger.
I need to disable - just for a period of time - MSN Messenger, but not actually remove it.
Is this possible please?
(a/ i have tried renaming the .exe but it just attempts to reinstall itelf, thus recreating the .exe
b/ just removing the shortcuts to the program alone is not enough)
Thank you in advance.
I just renamed 'msnmsgr.exe' -> 'msnmsgr.exe.bak' and created a text file with the name 'msnmsgr.exe'
When i try to run it i get a "not valid win32" error message.
This seems to work fine but is messy - any ideas?
Edited by cyberdyne, 21 March 2006 - 04:52 PM.