Windows Vista Error 81000306
I've tried the other tasks where I could and they didn't do anything, unfortunately. Please try again later. ... On Start, Right Click and Click Explore, then press on Enter. 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 http://pdctoday.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-error.php
See if the following helps any of you with this problem. and yes, rebooting my PC many, many times after performing each preceding step I wish I could contact micro$oft tech support...but there is no place on the micro$oft web site where If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.Would you like to participate? Mar 10, 2009 #17 gobbybobby TS Guru Posts: 548 +8 I can't seem to sign in on my 360, put in my password and nothing happens.
In order to do this, click the link above to download our top recommended virus scanner from the Internet. running the "regsvr32 Softpub.dll Mssip32.dll Initpki.dll" command 3. Help? Why is this?
- Fortunately, you can use an antivirus program to scan through your computer and remove any of the infected files that could be causing your system to become damaged and corrupted.
- Running vista home premium, recent upgrade, through Netgear DG834G wireless router. - 19/09/2007 09:10:57 Many thanks for this, I was going absolutely nuts trying to solve this problem and had tried
- I found a mistake!!!!!!!!!
- If the service is not running properly, check back later, until it is running.
- Disable ad blocking, and cookie Control And it should Work It did for me....
- Click Start, All Programs, Accessories.
- Mar 10, 2009 #19 MichaelDBang TS Rookie Bobbye said: ↑ Sorry, I didn't check for the different operating systems.
- It seems that you both got results when you got out of the current user account and accessed from another or went back to the original account.
- I digress...
If you are here is how to fix it: The key is to disable "Auto-Tuning" of the packets that Windows Vista does by default. - Click Start, All Programs - Accesories We are grateful for any donations, large and small! © 2016 Personal Computer Fixes. Microsoft put out a patch to correct the time on computers with chips set for the usual daylight time change over. Skip to content Home About English Deutsch (de) English (en) français (fr) español (es) mynetx Windows Internet-Explorer Office Messenger problems: Solving Messenger error code 81000306 at sign-in 3 April 2010 by
Now retry to sign in to Messenger. Answer:Follow the steps below in order to solve this errorClick on StartAbove the start button type in cmd If cmd.exe appears under Applications right click on it and select Run As AdministratorType I followed all Microsoft's instructions but to no avail and I have ALLOWED msnmsgr.exe in ZoneAlarm, so the lack of info they're giving me is getting on my nerves. http://www.error.info/windows/messenger-81000306.html I tried many things, among them: 1.
All rights reserved. Likewise. If you try again to ensure your name and password are correct you still receive the error message. A couple of possibilities: 1.
Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. http://www.personalcomputerfixes.com/general-errors/how-to-fix-msn-messenger-windows-live-81000306-error/ I have been struck by the infamous Error 81000306. Home > Windows errors > Messenger error code 81000306 Troubleshooting Windows errors can seem like an impossible prospect. Maybe just a temp disabling of my account...
No, create an account now. Check This Out Thanks again Feb 9, 2008 #4 dapidio TS Rookie Hi guys I'm using Vista but cannot find a solution to this problem. Mar 10, 2009 #18 Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,335 +36 Sorry, I didn't check for the different operating systems. Mar 10, 2009 #13 pjs6969 TS Rookie How do you change the time settings on the router?
When you double check you still receive the error message. I'm a bit confused. Mar 10, 2009 #21 Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,335 +36 Sound like WLM just had a bad day! Source Your Windows Live Messenger e-mail address folder, delete the real folder and the shadow folder.
Scan it for duplicate files right now and free up gigabytes in three simple clicks. d. I am using XP SP3, have flushed my DNS, deleted my SOCKS, and done everything that I can find online that suggests it may fix this problem.
Delete the SOCKS entries.
g. In the Windows Live box select Repair which will automatically repair all Windows Live programs and update any required components. Home Useful Links Search Home Useful Links Search Web DevelopmentSoftware Applications & HardwareLinuxWindowsDatabasesAppleServersProgrammingVersion Controlling HomeWindowsWindows VistaWindows Live Messenger gives ERROR 81000306 on Windows Vista? Mar 9, 2009 #9 pjs6969 TS Rookie Thanks for your help wsycng, but it didn't work for me.
Open the menu next to your display name, and click Options. But I don't found my mistake…!! uninstalling and installing Live Messenger on ANOTHER machine 7. have a peek here Designed by SmartAddons.Com Joomla!
One of the viruses could be causing MSN to become unable to log in, causing massive damage to your PC. The error occurs most frequently with the Windows Vista operating system. made by Linksys, Netgear, D-Link) to connect to the Internet, visit your manufacturer’s website to check for updates to your router’s firmware. I found a mistake!!!!!!!!!