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I am having trouble with my MSN Messenger. When I sign in, my Virtual Memory usage increases by around 160Mb. I have removed the program, removed all smilies and winks and all that garbage and still the same crap. When I sign out, it drops down to around 30Mb.

Any ideas how to fix this?

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Hi trevil_knieval,

Welcome to Geeks To Go, my name is Tony.

Just so we can rule out malware, Please Click here and follow the instructions carefully.
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Tony,

After stepping throught the malware page, no issues where discovered. I should carify, when I say login into MSN, I actually mean click on the 'sign in' button. It is ok when MSN is running but not signed in.

Cheers,
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Ok cool, do you have other software for MSN Messenger like:

SIMP,
Messenger Plus etc?
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<delete - double up>

Edited by Tony_1983, 21 September 2005 - 06:17 PM.

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Ok cool, do you have other software for MSN Messenger like:

SIMP,
Messenger Plus etc?

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Nope. Just using MSN Mess. 7.5
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