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pls. help me on how to remove this msn content plus pop-up which says: "pls. register or unistall All Products of MSN Content Plus." im a new PC user and im definitely not a computer engineer.
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I had the same problems. I have sent an email to support of msn content plus and got a auto reply. see below. AND IT WORKED.

Q: How to remove the register alert?
A: Please press Ctrl+Atl+Del to invoke Task-Manager then kill the process named "MSNAppM.exe". You can find and delete msnappm.exe in system directroy(eg, C:\Windows\MSNAppM.exe ).

We already fixed the problem in new version.

Besr regards

Support of MSN Content Plus Inc

In case it's unclear:
1. After pressing Alt+Ctrl+Del the Task Manager will open and you should go to the "Processes" tab.
2.In the processes list you should look for "MSNappm.exe"
3. Select the process and click on the End Process button.
4. Now you need to delete the file from the Windows directory. Open My Computer, select drive C and locate the Windows folder. If you don't see it there, it could be that it has another name.
In that case, go to Start-->Run enter there "%SystemRoot%" (Without the quotes) and press OK.
5.Your windows folder should open. Locate the file MSNappm.exe, select it and press the Delete button.

I hope my explanation is clear :-) Good Luck!

Edited by Comnir, 14 August 2006 - 04:29 AM.

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