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Windows Live Crashing - Please Help

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Old September 11th 09, 04:31 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.messenger
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Default Windows Live Crashing - Please Help

I managed to set everything up and install it fine, didn't get any
errors there at all. But as soon as I log in and try and click on
anything, it just freezes up and crashes. Trying to click on contacts to
chat, options, anything in the MSN window.

I've tried reinstalling, trust me, about 25 times literally. I've had
everything closed, i've tried restarting, and I'm pretty damn positive
it should work fine on XP. Strange thing was that originally my computer
had Vista when i brought it about a month or so ago, Windows Live worked
perfectly. As soon as I changed the OS to XP, it stopped working.
Windows Live/MSN was the only thing that didn't work.

Currently stuck on good ol' Windows Messenger until I can get it fixed,
any help would be appreciated. If any other info is needed to help
answer, please let me know :3

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