Reinstall MSN Premium Software

How to Reinstall MSN Premium Software?

Step1

Click “Start” and then open “Control Panel” on your computer. Select “Add/Remove Programs” or “Programs & Features.” Select “MSN” and click “Uninstall.” Reboot your computer to complete the uninstall process for MSN Premium.

Step2

Download the latest MSN Premium software, click here

Step3

Click the “MSN Premium” tab.

Step4

Click on the “Overview” tab.

Step5

Locate the “Share” section that is located near the bottom of the page. Click the link to download the latest MSN Premium software.

Step6

Click the “Install Now” button. Click “Run” to download and the software. Once the software has finished downloading, the “MSN Installation Wizard” will automatically launch. You will be prompted for your MSN Premium email address and password in order to complete the installation.

 

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MSN is not responding Error

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MSN not responding : When your Install MSN is not responding there may be a program can freeze due to errors damages or errors in its file ingredient.

The window or pop up menu usually opens a link for more information to give you technical information. You need to copy it and send us that data and also you have need to create a note for what registry editor and antivirus you are using in your computer this time.

If you are not getting that one then go through these steps:

For Microsoft Windows XP :

  1. Open Control panel in Start Menu.MSN not responding
  2. Go to Administrative Tools.MSN not responding
  3. Open Event ViewerMSN not responding
  4. In the left side bar Click on Application.
  5. Check Error on the Filter Log Window and type 1000 in the event ID box then click OK.
  6. On the results, Double Click the latest Application Error and it will show you faulting module of the internal error.

Make sure that the Faulting Application shows the msn.exe file as it may show more application error, not associated with MSN Crash.

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For Operating System Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Go to Windows Start Menu, visit Control Panel.MSN not responding
  2. Open Administrative Tools. If you are not getting Administrative tools option then look at the top right corner and select view by Either Large Icon and Small Icon so you will see the option Administrative Tools.
  3. Open Event Viewer.MSN not responding
  4. On the left Expand Windows Logs and select Application.MSN not responding
  5. At the right-hand side of the page Click on Filter Current Log.
  6. Check Error on the Filter Log Window and type 1000 in the event ID box then Click OK.
  7. On the results, Double Click the latest Application Error and it will show you faulting module of the internal error for MSN not responding.

Be sure that the Faulting Application shows the msn.exe file as it may show more application error, not associated with MSN Crash. Download and install MSN with best technical support team of MSN Member Center.

If the problem not solved with these steps you Can contact Tech Support of MSN Premium Support Call +1-800-365-1879.

How to remove another account already added in my msn explorer software?

Steps to remove another account already added in my MSN explorer software are:

remove another account

remove another account

  1. Sign into your MSN Explorer Software via your primary account.Sign into your MSN Explorer
  2. Now click on “Help & Settings” Tab, then click on “Accounts & Billing” Tab.msn account and setting
  3. Click on “Remove Member Accounts”.
  4. Select the particular account you want to remove from MSN Explorer and Click on “Remove” button.
  5. Click on “Save” Button, Click on “OK” & Click on “Done”.
  6. Still having MSN related issues, call our Live Rep now on Toll-Free 1-800-862-9240.

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Windows 8 Can’t send or receive email

Can't send receive emailCan’t send receive email | First of all, sign in at http://www.outlook.com with the problem email address and password and check to see if you are able to see your emails or not. If you see them on the Outlook.com website, then this is a problem with the MSN email synchronisation process.

To fix email synchronization on MSN, we need to change the name of .sdf (sync files) from the database folder in your computer. Please follow the instructions listed below to change how to rename .sdf files, most often by rename this file will fix your email related problems.

Note: Before renaming SDF files in the database folder, backing up the stored email stored in “Folders on my computer” is recommended, click here, How to back up an email stored on MSN.

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Note: Sign out from MSN, then close all programs before completing the steps below.

In the upper right hand corner click StartClick Search in the search box, type the following:% USERPROFILE% \ AppData \ Local \ Microsoft \ MSN Press the ENTER key, the MSN folder will open. In the MSN folder, do the following (if you are unable to locate the Db30 folder):

  • Click ‘Organize’, then ‘Folder and Search Options’, click on the ‘View’ tab on the screen
  • Put a point on ‘Show hidden files and folders’
  • Uncheck ‘Hide extensions for known file types’ and ‘Hide protected operating system files options’
  • Click ‘Apply’, then ‘OK’

The DB 30 folder will appear inside the MSN folder.

Open the DB 30 folder, then MSN-Com. Find files ending in the form of SDF and MSN-COM_JMF SDFR-Right-click, select ‘Rename’ and add .sdf in both files (for example, after MSN-com.sdf.old). ) Close the Db30 folder

Then sign in to MSN and wait 30- 40 minutes for the email to be synchronized.

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