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A How-to guide on solving Windows Messenger Error Code 800706b5

(Signing in to Windows Live Messenger failed because the service is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later. Error code 800706b5 )
Read our guide on solving Windows Error Code 800706b5 and use these tips. It will help you to troubleshoot your issue.

What happens

When you try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger the login freezes and then error code 800706b5 appears on the screen.

What to do when you see Windows code 800706b5

The cause of this error is uncertain however there are some troubleshooting steps you can take to try and resolve the problem. Shut down your PC and then restart it. As your PC is restarting press the F8 key to access the boot menu for the operating system. You will be presented with a number of options and you should choose Last Known Good Configuration and then press the Enter key. Proceed to restart your PC in normal mode. Try to sign in to Windows Messenger again.

You can also try discontinuing .exe files which can cause the error to occur. Right click on the toolbar at the bottom of the screen and then click on Task Manager.When then task manager window opens click on Processes and locate msnmsgr.exe and wlcomm.exe. If these programs are running then right click on each file and then choose End Process. Sign in to Messenger again.

The settings in Windows Explorer can also cause the error to appear when you sign in to Messenger. Click on Start on your main toolbar and then choose Run from the menu and enter explorer and then press the Enter key. If you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7 enter explorer into the Search box. When the Explorer window opens, click on Tools and choose Folder Options from the drop down menu. If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 you should choose Organize and then Folder and Search Options. Proceed to click on View and then navigate to Advanced Settings and scroll down to Hidden Files and Folders. Choose Show hidden files and folders and remove the check mark next to Hide extensions for known file types and then click OK. Try to sign in to Windows Messenger again.

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