As promised, today we will be talking about how to fix error 8100030d when trying to sign in to Windows Live Messenger. The solution is to empty your Contacts cache. The single steps depend on your Windows version.
Windows Live Messenger is using the same Internet libraries as Internet Explorer, and thus also using the same connection settings. This means that if Internet Explorer is set to Work offline, Messenger will consider this and deny to sign in. To disable Internet Explorer Offline mode, try the following. Click
A lot of connection problems of all kinds will raise if you are using a firewall that does not allow Windows Live Messenger to connect to the MSN servers. Here are some key tips on which communication needs to be allowed and white-listed so that Messenger can sign in properly.
You cannot sign in to Messenger, but you do not see any specific error code? Your computer’s clock might go wrong. Check if time and date are set correctly If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, click Start, and type Date and Time into the search box. Then
Are you trying to sign in to Messenger, but all you see is error code 80072ee7? Here’s a possible solution for you. Click Start, All Programs, Accessories. Right-click the entry Command Prompt, and choose Run as administrator from the appearing context menu. When Windows asks for your consent, click Continue.
Are you getting Error 810003c1: “We were unable to sign you in to the .NET Messenger Service” when trying to sign in to Messenger recently? Microsoft has cut off several countries from using Messenger, countries that are embargoed by the United States. These are: Cuba, Syria, Iran, Sudan and North
Last days, I promised a new, user-centered series “Windows Live and You”, featuring interviews with people in the Windows Live business as well as articles on the daily impact of Windows Live. I’ve decided to begin this series with an interview of Gregory Sampson, who is… – but let’s ask
Service Pack 2 Release Candidate is now available for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. There is a 32-bit standalone installer (388 MB), as well as a 64-bit installer (614 MB). Contained languages are English, German, French, Japanese and Spanish. The additional ISO image contains all versions of Service Pack