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Quirkie

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Hi,
I have Windows XP for my operating system.

I am having problems with my hotmail. I get a messege saying "Done but with Errrors" or just "error on page." I can go to my inbox but I can't open messenges or delete them or go to new and send any. :confused:

Help is appreciated

Thank you
Quirkie
 

Ent

Josiah
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What web browser are you using?
 

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Josiah
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Try clearing out your browser cache.

* Press Alt and Click Tools
* Click "Delete Browsing History"
* Ensure that Temporary Internet Files is checked.
* To avoid losing anything you might want to keep, uncheck everything else for the moment.
* Click Delete

In addition, check whether Internet Explorer is using Compatibility mode.
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ie/archive/2008/08/27/introducing-compatibility-view.aspx
I'd hope that hotmail wouldn't require it, but you may have accidentally turned it on.

If that doesn't work, I'll ask someone with XP to take a look.
 

Quirkie

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Ok, I tried that but didn't help. I think it may have something to do with my Live Windows Messenger. I was able a few times to open some emails, but I noticed when I can the Messenger is open in my hotmail when it is still loading to open it's really slow and I can't do anything with my emails. I do have Messenger opened when I start up my computer. I wonder if there is some setting for Live Windows Messenger?
 

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Have you tried closing Messenger?
 
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