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Mystery program using Window's Messenger


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BrendaH

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I am trying to "Uninstall Adobe flash player" and re-install it. To see if it will help me be able to play "Youtube video's". But when I run the "Uninstall_flash_player{2}exe" from Adobe. It states "The Installer will
automatically continue when these conflicting applications are closed: "Windows Messenger". I did search on my computer and there were "no files or folders found" for Windows Messenger. Also went to "My Computer" "Add and Remove Programs" and .Windows Messenger is not listed there. Any idea how a program I cannot find is still open. I don't remember downloading it, but I may have at some point. But if I ever used it, it was a very short time.
I use "IE" and "Google Chrome" Servers. Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3.
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I use "IE" and "Google Chrome" Servers. Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3.

This forum is for problems with Windows Vista & Windows 7 only.
Windows XP forum is here: http://www.geekstogo...p-2000-2003-nt/
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Thanks! I figured that out a little late(my first post :D ). Any way the problem is fixed.
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