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Windows 7 and older - Live Mail 2012 Fix!

Post#1 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 10:10 pm

Hey guys,

If your like me, I refuse to upgrade to windows 8 or 10 and I want my windows live mail to still work. Now that microsoft has killed access to it, I needed to find a work around without having to log on through a web-browser.

here is a tut how;

http://appuals.com/windows-live-mail-se ... x8de00005/

awesome!
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Re: Windows 7 and older - Live Mail 2012 Fix!

Post#2 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:14 am

Try this...

1. Click the Start button and go to the Control Panel.
2. Click the "Uninstall a program" link. If you are using the classic Control Panel view, click "Programs and Features."
Click "Windows Essentials 2012" from the list of installed programs. You may need to scroll down the list to see the entry. Click the "Uninstall/Change" button to launch the Windows Essentials 2012 setup application.
4. Click "Repair all Windows Essentials programs" to repair Windows Live Mail. Click the "Close" button after the repair successfully finishes.

Source: http://www.fixwindowserrors.biz/blog

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Re: Windows 7 and older - Live Mail 2012 Fix!

Post#3 » Sun Oct 22, 2017 11:32 pm

Apply the below given steps to repair Windows Live Mail;

Hold the Windows Key and Press R from your desktop.

In the run dialog type appwiz.cpl and Click OK

Locate Windows Essentials and click Uninstall/Change from the top bar.

Choose Repair all windows essentials program and continue with the steps displayed on screen.

After the windows essentials has repaired the program; go ahead with what you were trying to fix.

Source: http://www.pcerror-fix.com

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