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msn messenger 7.0 final version heelp

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i downloaded the new msn messenger final version 7.0 and it worked fine the first time i logged on. the next day it wouldnt let me log on. i tried to use system restore 2 see if it so website i visited thats giving problems etc. but they problem was the same, i would press the sign in button(password is correct and everything) and it would say signing in for about 5mins or so but it wouldnt work. i even uninstalled it and reinstalled it twice. still no luck i tried i also have 4.7 it came with the computer that version lets me go on but not the new version i was able 2 go one the new version only twice this is the second day it is happening. i can open my hotmail account but not msn messenger. i also had a few error messenges at various times when trying to sign in like.. 8007274c , 800701f7 , 80072efd , 81000314.please help thank you.

edit: i also am finding that when iam waiting 4 it 2 sign me in and i want 2 change my status 2 e.g busy or anything rlly. it logs me on BUT i cant see ANY of my contacts but the one of them was able 2 talk 2 me when the started the conversation. ;) but right now i think someone tried that and it said i cant start aconversation with them ahhh. this problemis rlly bugging me and i cant fix it i am not an msn addict just confused :tazz:

Edited by weneedhelp, 13 April 2005 - 06:35 AM.

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