just restart your Windows Live Messenger 2009 and sign in. Drk0o 50,638 views 2:10 Windows Live Communications Platform, ha detectado un problema y debe cerrarse. www.robot-amazon.co.cc Category Gaming Licence Standard YouTube Licence Show more Show less Loading... Thanks!! http://midsolutions.org/windows-live/windows-live-messenger-stopped-working.html
Choose your language. Select compatibility d. October 03, 2009 5:41 PM Eric said... You can really mess up other programs, and how they operate. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-live-communications-platform-has-stopped-working
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I checked with spybot search and destroy and found nothing though, and avast has checked for viruses. Monster Hunter Generations Pokémon X & Y Story of Seasons: Trio... Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Title : How To Fix Windows Live Communication Platform error? (Windows Live Messenger Sign-In Problems)URL : http://www.hwdot.com/2009/10/how-to-fix-windows-live-communication.html HWDOT | Published on Friday, October 02, 2009 LAPTOP!!!Hooked on Neo total posts: 4460since: Feb 2002 Oct 31, 09 at 1:54pm ^ re: Windows Live Communications Platform Has Stopped Working.
but I do think something must have changed for it to be doing this, mainly the Windows Live Communications platform. e. For example C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log C:\Windows\system32>" -- I tried to view the log but it says "access Denied" whenever I try to view it. nVidia MediaShield might also cause this problem in Vista.
Upgrade your Windows Live Messenger to the latest version. click for more info C. b. Kylie Accept This Answer · Accepted Answer · Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies.
Below, there are some Troubleshooting Steps that may help resolve it. this contact form To be completely honest I think they need to re-think the production team for WLM as clearly somone there is not puling their weight not a good thing when lots of etc.. i know how frustrating this msn trouble can be quote quick quote Kno88y unwashed heathen(guest) Jun 7, 09 at 10:42am ^ re: Windows Live Communications Platform Has Stopped Working.
check mark: "Ignore this application and do not skin it", click OK. 5. Ben Hutton 2,707 views 0:21 Corrigindo o msn(Windows live Communications Platform)! - Duration: 1:28. Sign in to make your opinion count. have a peek here press ENTER, a message will appear: "Operation Completed Successfully" e.
Add/modify list of programs that are allowed to access the Internet through your firewall application b. thanks to someone called j0eStER i've finally got rid of this *bleep*** error...Everyone, you need to try by: Closing MSN completely. This will make sure that the locally stored information related to your account is refreshed on Windows Live Messenger.
Didnt work :(Windows Live Communications Platform has stopped working :( =[ December 04, 2009 4:32 AM Tiffy said... a. WindowBlinds was the fix for mine as well.. http://answers.microsoft.com/e.....df9a90f91d Follow the uninstall and install in this link.
And I don't recall making any changes to it. Loading... what do u mean by make sure you delete the install folder or w.e you just said? Check This Out d.
All rights reserved. Restart your computer and DEP should be disabled. Vita PlayStation Vita Forums Games Forum Directory Vita Forum Top Forums Borderlands 2 Darkest Dungeon Digimon World: Next Order Final Fantasy VII Final Fantasy X / X-2... Re-open Windows Live Messenger and try to sign in again, and verify if the issue remains.
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And I reverted to factory default settings of my recovery partition... I did steps 3,4,5 and 6 and my msn is now working :) February 03, 2010 12:07 PM play said... It worked for me. This will make sure that the locally stored information related to your account is refreshed on Windows Live Messenger.