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What's Wrong with my msn? :S?

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May 26, 2019 / By Ainslie
Question: Well i use windows live messenger all the time :P ...anyway...yesterday everything was fine..i signed in chat. etc..nothing wrong..today i keep trying to sign in and it says to me>>windows live messenger stopped working.windows is trying to fix this prob ...etc...what can i do?? it does it all the time :S..OMG and something else..i think it is mentally problematic cuz i downloaded messenger plus a few days ago and when i used to sign in there wasnt the icon of msnplus...and i didnt have that icon from which u send sounds and other stuff.. :P ..BUT! .. the music i listen from widnows live player is showed .. whats wrong??:S btwww i forgot to tell that can u tell me exacltly what to do??i mean i tried to unistall it but i dont know how to do that :P ... xD ..thankss :D
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Tony Tony | 4 days ago
hey uninstall MSN and PLUS then reinstall again ❶uninstall PLUS ☇ Start ☇ control panel ☇ add&remove programs ☇ 'PLUS LIVE' ☇ remove ❷uninstall Messenger ❶try first to uninstall from the control panel ☇ Start ☇ control panel ☇ add&remove programs ☇ 'windows live essentials' ☇ remove ✎in case it says you cannot install it cause you have a newer version →use "Zapmessenger" to remove it and then install the new Windows live messenger http://messengergeek.spaces.live.com/blo... http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Za... ❣you have to install this to make Zapmessenger work →Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 Redistributable Package http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/detai... ❣You can use these steps when you experience one of the following symptoms : ☇When you try to uninstall Windows Live Essentials from Control Panel, nothing happens. ☇You would like to uninstall Windows Live Essentials from your computer but you don’t see it from the list of programs in Control Panel’s Add/Remove Programs list ✎Troubleshooting Steps: ✎WINDOWS XP: 1.Click on Start then click on Run. 2.Type C:\Program Files\Windows Live\installer\wlarp.exe then press Enter. 3.A new window will open. Select Uninstall and click on Continue. 4.Select the Windows Live Program that you want to remove and click on Continue. 5.Follow the on-screen instructions. ✎WINDOWS VISTA: 1.Click on the Start button. 2.Type C:\Program Files\Windows Live\installer\wlarp.exe on the Start Search box then press Enter. 3.A new window will open. Select Uninstall and click on Continue. 4.Select the Windows Live Program that you want to remove and click on Continue. 5.Follow the on-screen instructions. ❸then get the Windows 2009 live messenger program ✎Windows Live Messenger 2009 http://download.live.com/?sku=messenger http://download.live.com/messenger →select SAVE and store the installer on your computer , so you can use it in case you have to reinstall one day →once downloaded..go to the folder you saved the installer and to the .exe file and doubleclick on it →click on 'install' or 'setup' →just follow the instructions ..step by step ❹then install PLUS again ➪PLUS live http://www.msgpluslive.net/download/ ❣don't support the sponsor❣ hope I helped seeya
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Looks like you have installed the MSNPlus. If you dont want MSNPlus. Go to Control Panel. Then select Add/Remove Programs. A list will appear with all the programs installed on the computer. Find MSNPlus and either right click and select Uninstall or if there is a button beside it then select uninstall. Follow the onscreen instructions to remove it from the computer. Then uninstall Windows Live Messenger by following the above steps. Then restart your computer. Then reinstall Windows Live Messenger. The problem should then go away. Hope this helps.
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Read Originally Answered: Christians, one of these premises has to be wrong in order for the conclusion to be wrong. which is it?
This is not only oversimplified, but shows a very limited exposure to the Christian understanding of evil. I will not directly offer you the resistance that you are looking for, because the matter is more complicated and is, on some level, beyond our own perspective. I will invite you to consider this: that evil may not, from a substantial position, exist. This is to say, it has no substance. You can't go and borrow a cup of evil from your neighbor; you can't cut an evil heart open and see the evil running out. Evil is insubstantial. Furthermore, consider: God created humor, but can He be said to be responsible, therefore, for all jokes and attempts at them-- whether good, or bad, tasteless, or just plain stupid? To create everything is not necessarily to be responsible for the misuse of everything. Moreover, a parallel can be drawn (and has been drawn by, among others, CS Lewis): Evil is a lot like darkness. Darkness itself does not exist; it is simply the absence of light. You can't fill a box full of darkness; all you can do is keep the light out of it. It is, (along similar lines as the discussion of its lack of substance above) in fact, a phenomenon that you encounter, and you do so by blocking the flow of light. Evil activity is evil because it is devoid of goodness, and serving a different purpose than goodness. I do not believe that you have framed a productive approach to the issue; your question is difficult to arrive at meaningful discussion with. If I must deny one of the premises that you have presented, I would have to deny the existence of evil in the same way that something which is created exists. There are actions in the world that can be described as evil, but are not infused with some evil 'something' that makes them so. They are simply not good. How evil they are is actually a measure of how devoid they are of any semblance of goodness. And God created the goodness. Satan did not create Evil either; he is simply one of the prime and primary examples of one who rejects God's goodness.
Read Originally Answered: Christians, one of these premises has to be wrong in order for the conclusion to be wrong. which is it?
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