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Hello everyone :)

I've been facing this problem for the last several days. I had downloaded Windows Live Messenger from a torrent site and installed it but after completion of installation I got this message

The procedure entry point GetProcessImageFileNameW could not be located in the dynamic link library PSAPI.DLL.

Initially, I thought maybe it was because I downloaded it from a torrent site and that it might have infected my system. But there's no virus and I've even formatted my C drive and then downloaded the Windows Live Messenger 9 from Microsoft's own website but still, after completion, I got the same message. I asked for help in geekstogo's live chant and was told to delete the folder from programs files, I did so and the downloaded and installed the messenger again, from MS site, but no use. I'm on dial-up and it takes ages to download. Please help me. And I must mention that after installation I'm able to sign in but then I'm told I have no contacts at all, whereas I have many contacts added which I can see via aMSN or the other version of Windows Live Messenger.

Edited by othello611, 29 March 2009 - 01:26 AM.

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