You can also log on to http://support.live.com and then choose Windows Live Messenger and then click on the version of Messenger you are currently using. Mar 10, 2009 #19 MichaelDBang TS Rookie Bobbye said: ↑ Sorry, I didn't check for the different operating systems. Seriously do your MSN buddies have the same problem, if so it's the site, if not - back to the drawing board. reply to comment → hatemsn December 11, 2009 at 7:27 am Microsoft need to provide a better solution. have a peek here
In order to test it again I disabled it and tried signing in, but again it said my default gateway was offline. It does not appear like the sign-in name and password are the cause of the error. If you see a green check there, that means that the Messenger service is running, and you can continue with the next step. then this worked but it was a fluke.
uninstalling and installing Live Messenger on ANOTHER machine 7. When you double check you still receive the error message. You must restart your computer Once you will restart your computer you should not long have Error Code 80191002 when trying to sign in to MSN Live Messenger. TechSpot is a registered trademark.
Only live messenger which I cannot access. :dead: Sep 10, 2008 #5 drs3030 TS Rookie migelle said: ↑ for people that think they tried it all and still get the The other person getting the same error message, set up a new user account and it worked fine. making sure UPnP is enabled 2. Feb 25, 2009 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment.
Once the repair process is done You must restart your computer. I do not have the UPnP option mentioned above, and I can not sign into to web messenger. Did you get that? If so, I'll post it here!
Michael, you mentioned daylight savings time. It all boils down to restart your computer. If you are using Windows Vista, disable the auto-tuning feature. Any suggestions?
Click on Start, then Run, type Local Settings then press Enter. http://mediacount.net/error-message/error-message-814.html Jun 9, 2009 Windows Live Messenger contact list missing! If the service is not running properly, check back later, until it is running. Let me know what errors you are getting during the Repair Process.
reply to comment → fixme November 1, 2010 at 5:45 pm it isent working i got the code 81000306 and i can't fix it, my friend is on a DELL computer Windows Live Essentials 3. running the "netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=normal" command 4. Check This Out How to get to “Add or Remove Programs” or “Programs and Features” Panels from run or command prompt TweetLikePinPlus One Related Posts Recommended Products Download Google Chrome OS gdgt.com has VMware
But this is a very, very weird one. Can you give a lit bit more details what you have tried to do? (Uninstall, reinstall, Registry Cleaning, etc.) reply to comment → Ariel March 6, 2010 at 9:26 am Thanks Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
Something magical happens just by the act of writing down the symptoms. See if the following helps any of you with this problem. Start Messenger. Mar 10, 2009 #21 Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,335 +36 Sound like WLM just had a bad day!
Please see these instructions for work through: Windows Live Messenger Error 81000306: http://messenger-support.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!8B3F39C76A8B853F!13932.entry Mar 10, 2009 #11 pjs6969 TS Rookie Thank you Bobbye, but that was one of the things I'm on Windows XP and just trying to find what Vista uses in place of HTTP SSL. You may also... http://mediacount.net/error-message/error-message-401-2.html at: http://messenger.msn.com/Status.aspx.
Delete the Windows Live Messenger proxy settings. Make sure you close Messenger before you click on Continue. Custom Search Guy recommends : Free - WMI Monitor Get more ideas for your PowerShell scripts with SolarWinds' WMI Monitor.
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