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msn virus? error message..

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Mellz33, Apr 15, 2008.

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    I have Windows Live Msn (the newest version) and Messenger Plus Live. Messenger Plus Live allows you to put a password on your chatlogs to prevent sneaky family members and friends to access and read your conversations. So I have a password on my chatlog, and all my chatlogs can be open, except for one. When I try to open one of my chatlogs, an error message comes up saying:
    An error occurred while trying to decrypt your file. Please reboot or try again on another computer.

    :mad:

    I restarted my computer several times and tried again, but I still got the same error message. The thing is, this error message only pops up when I try to open one particular chatlog.- My other chatlogs open fine.

    I have tried uninstalling Messenger Plus Live in hope of fixing the problem. But when I uninstalled Messenger Plus Live, I didn't have any chatlogs, because my chatlogs are a part of Messenger Plus Live only. So I reinstalled Messenger Plus Live again.

    Is this chatlog infected with a virus?
    Any ideas how I could fix this and regain access to this chatlog?
     
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