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MSN 8.5 Problem

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago

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I have a laptop running Win Vista Home Premium
And each time i open msn messenger, i get the following error:

I can just press cancel, then it closes and i can use msn, but it is very anoyying and would like to stop it from happening.
Thanks, Joe
try windows live 2009
try windows live 2009

Am i right in saying it doesn't support msn plus, and i want to have msn plus :roll:
moved to correct forum
It looks like Windows cannot find the instalation data for MSN. Try downloading it to your Desktop and trying again.

MSN Download Link

Here is the latest version of MSN Plus which works for Vista
And, to remove all the adverts and rubbish,

A-Patch is a lightweight program designed to enhance your Windows Live Messenger experience. It does this by giving you a multitude of options, over 80, which allow you to customize the look and feel of Windows Live Messenger, even change some functions.

Some of the options include the ability to remove the big advertisement located on the contact list. Another option would be to disable the nudge delay timer, allowing you to send consecutive nudges without having to wait a few seconds in between. Other useful options include removing buttons such as "Activities", "Windows Live Today", and dozens of others buttons, multi-msn, show idle status of other users, and so on.

A-Patch has over 80 options for you to play with which might seem a bit daunting for new users, which is exactly why it comes with a built-in preview window. Basically, you can preview the changes of nearly every option before actually applying it, it really couldn't be easier.
I dont want to hijack this thread but i am having a similar problem but im using windows 7 and the latest version of WLM, and it asks me for the disk lol... no idea whats wrong with it, i just ignore it and presume its a bug in Win7 Beta...

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