Problem updating windows live essentials
Look for Then re booted Then I just used the installer for Windows Essentials named wlsetup-web.exe, I already had that one in my downloads folder on my C drive.But if you do not then you have to get it from Microsofts site.But it was just sitting there using high CPU and grayed out.So after maybe 5 minutes I killed the process in task manager.I guess I will know in a few weeks if it stops working on me.Even after replacing Live Mail 2011 with 2012, I find that it still crashes on and off with the message "something unexpected has happened and Windows Live Mail must close".
I applied the patch and now after a few seconds of being open WLM 2012 crashes while updating the calendar. I have taken the patch off by repairing Windows essentials 2012 from the Programs and features dialog, but anyone know why this patch causes WLM to crash after a few seconds? Just yesterday I talked about how bad the new Windows mail app are working and calling it garbage app and also expressing concern that Windows Live Mail might stop working soon. Microsoft today sends me an e-mail encouraging me to update my WLM client due to changes happening in a few weeks making the app not functioning if I do not update it. Anyway I removed WLM from my computer and re installed it without the update but after that I still had issues it would just hang with high CPU usage and fade out after the calendar was synced and it was time to update the e-mail.
In any combination of these updates (either both or either one of them selected) the update does not work and the same error message is given. It also asked if you want to remove it from the list. If yes you did, was the WLEssentials name still on the list afterwards ? Adding : excerpt : Minimum requirements for installing WLEssentils 2011 To successfully install the new Windows Live Essentials 2011, it requires the following: Operating system: 32- and 64-bit editions of and the Platform Update for Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2.
I was suggested to uninstall Windows Live and reinstall, but this brought to light a different problem: the "Uninstall" feature of the control panel does not appear to be working as whenever I try to click on ANYTHING on that list (be it Windows Live or Service Pack 2 itself) it claims that the programme has already been uninstalled. source #1 : source #2 : Does your machine meet the requirements ?
If I reboot, it works fine, but I don't want to have to reboot every...
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