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MSN messenger/Windows messenger help


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micheru

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Although they were working perfectly FINE last night, and I did absolutely nothing to screw them up, neither MSN or Windows Messenger will work for me now. I have asked my friends, and they say it's working for them. ;) It's not my internet, since both my browser and AIM messenger work perfectly fine for me.

Here's some screenshots of the errors I get:

FOR MSN MESSENGER:
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FOR WINDOWS MESSENGER: (Note, I have google and aim open to show you they both work.. the screenshot ended up pretty small, but basically the thing says that my username doesn't exist or my pass is wrong, but my pass is right and my username is fine.. ;) )
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Also, could you help me in english? :tazz: I'm computer illiterate when it comes to this stuff. Thank you! :help:

Edited by micheru, 24 June 2005 - 09:32 AM.

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dsenette

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try here http://www.msn-probl...in-80072efd.php
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Thanks, I figured it out. For some reason Internet Explorer got set to a proxy thingie when I was trying to download a game last night, but I didn't notice because I usually use Mozilla Firefox.. :tazz:

Thank you very much! ;) ;)
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