Windows Live installation error: OnCatalogResult: 0x80072ee6

Windows Live installation error: OnCatalogResult: 0x80072ee6

I already tried to Make sure Messenger is shut down and closed.

Click "Start"

Then Click "Run"

Copy and Paste this " regsvr32 MSXML3.dll "

Click "OK"

You should see a dialog box stating that the operation has suceeded.

Then open Messenger again and sign in.

If this doesn't work then try to clear your DNS cache by:

Click "Start" then "Run" and type "cmd.exe"

Then type "ipconfig /flushdns". You should get a message stating that the cache has been cleared

And Microsoft support isn't helping.

 

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Windows Live installation error: OnCatalogResult: 0x80072ee6

I already tried to Make sure Messenger is shut down and closed.

Click "Start"

Then Click "Run"

Copy and Paste this " regsvr32 MSXML3.dll "

Click "OK"

You should see a dialog box stating that the operation has suceeded.

Then open Messenger again and sign in.

If this doesn't work then try to clear your DNS cache by:

Click "Start" then "Run" and type "cmd.exe"

Then type "ipconfig /flushdns". You should get a message stating that the cache has been cleared

And Microsoft support isn't helping.

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Windows Live installation error: OnCatalogResult: 0x80072ee6

I already tried to Make sure Messenger is shut down and closed.

Click "Start"

Then Click "Run"

Copy and Paste this " regsvr32 MSXML3.dll "

Click "OK"

You should see a dialog box stating that the operation has suceeded.

Then open Messenger again and sign in.

If this doesn't work then try to clear your DNS cache by:

Click "Start" then "Run" and type "cmd.exe"

Then type "ipconfig /flushdns". You should get a message stating that the cache has been cleared

And Microsoft support isn't helping.

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Hello,

This forum is for Windows Live Sync (http://sync.live.com). To get more help for Windows Live Installations, you may visit http://support.live.com and select Windows Live Installer from the list of supported products.

Thanks,
Ernest

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Windows Live installation error: OnCatalogResult: 0x80072ee6

I already tried to Make sure Messenger is shut down and closed.

Click "Start"

Then Click "Run"

Copy and Paste this " regsvr32 MSXML3.dll "

Click "OK"

You should see a dialog box stating that the operation has suceeded.

Then open Messenger again and sign in.

If this doesn't work then try to clear your DNS cache by:

Click "Start" then "Run" and type "cmd.exe"

Then type "ipconfig /flushdns". You should get a message stating that the cache has been cleared

And Microsoft support isn't helping.


 

This forum is for  Windows Live Events (discontinued on 9/3/09) and the Windows Live Toolbar.

 

Help for Windows Live Messenger (downloaded from http://download.live.com) can be found here: http://help.live.com and it can be discussed here:

http://www.mic rosoft.com/communities/newsgroups/list/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft. public.windows.live.messenger&cat=en_us_0f43cf19-5af1-4912-9a55-f5f f1f9fd904&lang=en&cr=us

 

Go to http://support.live.com and sign in with a LiveID

Click on the Windows Live service or product you need help with - Windows Live Installer.

If you are not presented with an email support form, but are instead redirected to help.live.com for that service/product, in the page that opens from http://help.live.com select any topic on the left hand side or search for a question in the search box.

The results of your search or the clicked topic appears in the right hand frame, along with a tiny link in the lower right hand corner – “Get more help.”

Click that tiny link and you will get to a page with a link “Contact support”

Click that link and you will be presented with the email support form to fill out. Provide as much detail as possible and you should get a response from support within 24 hours.

 

This link may help if you need to remove a previous installation of the program(s):

Installing/uninstalling Windows Live 2009 (Wave 3) QFE 2 applications

 

-steve


~ Microsoft MVP Windows Live ~ Windows Live OneCare| Live Mesh|MS Security Essentials Forums Moderator ~
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Windows Insider MVP (Security), Moderator Microsoft Community

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