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sarahb1964

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When signing into wlm the page opens and as soon as it connects an error message appears (with the option to send to microsft; which I have done 20/30 times now) and then wlm shuts down. This sometimes then crashes IE. THIS ONLY HAPPENS ON ONE MACHINE - I can sign on on another PC with no problems, and a friend can sign on from the machine that wont allow me to sign on. WE have uninstalled wlm 8, deleted wlm from the registry and reinstalled - the same thing happens.

ANy ideas? :confused:
 

sarahb1964

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The error message is the default one that offers to send details to microsoft
It says exception information and lists loads of stuff ie:

module 2
ntdll.dll
Image base 0x7c90000
checksum 0x000af2f7
version information
.....

this goes on for ages

Is that any help, I'm sorry that I dont understand any of it, but I sent it to microsft anyway (several times)
 
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One thing I hate about microsoft error messages is that it doesn't give any useful information (to the average user anyway).

Unfortunately, I have no resources to help you out.

There was a time, though, that I had a similar problem with messenger and many people with the same internet provider complained about the same thing. I changed providers and never had that problem. This could have nothing to do with your problem though. (but a little extra info never hurts)
 
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