Re: Error 80072efd



anty
07-09-2005, 09:48 PM
hi I'm getting the MSN 80072efd error also & have followed your steps to
no avail.
I have noticed that I am having troubles using microsoft.com &
passport.net which is bad as it means I cant use the msn web messenger.
It cant be my DNS servers as all other sites seem to be working fine.
Any suggestions on what the problem could be? :confused:


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anty

nullifi3d
07-09-2005, 09:48 PM
anty Wrote:
> hi I'm getting the MSN 80072efd error also & have followed your steps to
> no avail.
> I have noticed that I am having troubles using microsoft.com &
> passport.net which is bad as it means I cant use the msn web messenger.
> It cant be my DNS servers as all other sites seem to be working fine.
> Any suggestions on what the problem could be? :confused:

Hi, i too am having the same problems. I never encountered it before
and it just happened a few days ago. I have 3 PCs in my house under the
same connection and they are also having the same problem. I tried using
the steps listed but it didn't work. Hope this is just temporary and MSN
will work after a few days.

Cheers


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nullifi3d

The Admiral
07-09-2005, 09:49 PM
nullifi3d Wrote:
> Hi, i too am having the same problems. I never encountered it before and
> it just happened a few days ago. I have 3 PCs in my house under the same
> connection and they are also having the same problem. I tried using the
> steps listed but it didn't work. Hope this is just temporary and MSN
> will work after a few days.
>
> Cheers

3 days ago my MSN Messenger stopped working and I get the 80072efd
error. My Internet Explorer has also stopped connecting to the net and
crashes on exit. My Ghostsurf has also started to crash when it starts
loading.

None of the normal solutions have worked. I've disabled the XP
firewall, my mcaffee personal firewall, checked my msn connection
settings, been on the Microsoft help area and even spoken to the AOL
help people (AOL are my ISP). They were helpful and and I've followed
their advice but to no avail.

I'm now considering a clean install of XP which is a lot of hassle.
Does anyone else have any advice?


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The Admiral


Re: Error 80072efd