Over a past couple of weeks we have been asking business regulating prior versions of Windows Live Messenger to ascent to a ultimate chronicle in sequence to safeguard they had a most present as well as secure release. If you’d similar to to sense some-more about this ascent as well as because we’re we do this, greatfully see a prior blog post, Upgrade Windows Live Messenger.
Starting today, if we have been regulating chronicle 8.1, we will be required to ascent prior to we will be means to sign-in. After upgrading we will be means to sign-in as well as if you’re meddlesome in superintendence some-more about a brand new release, greatfully revisit a Windows Live Messenger report page.
We’ve seen comments from a couple of users saying which they have had a little difficulty signing-in after a ascent as well as longed for to yield a couple of resources. The following links can assistance we in box you’re carrying an issue.
|This post from a await group provides a little superintendence in to how to establish what blunder we have been removing as well as stairs to finalise most of these.|
|You can additionally try a online assistance pages. On a left palm side, we can name ‘Table of Contents’ (near a bottom) as well as get report upon troubleshooting as well as blunder codes.|
|If we have already attempted a starting by a online assistance suggestions as well as still carrying difficulties afterwards we should cruise contacting a Messenger await group as well as upon condition which them with some-more report about a problems which we have been encountering.|
Update: Users upon Windows XP will need to safeguard which they have commissioned Service Pack 2 (SP2) or higher, differently a ascent will not work. Instructions to implement a ultimate Service Pack (SP3) can be found here. Additionally, here is some-more report about a system requirements.
The Windows Live Messenger Team