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    God damn you MSN!

    MSN Messenger error code 0x81000301

    Now Ive been googling this and doing everything I could put this is actually stumping me, Im lost. I dont even like MSN that much but this is just irritating so much?

    Any ideas peeps.

    Also hey.

    Windows XP.

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    Could be due to MSN servers being overloaded by the new bropia variant. That's what I'm telling the kids here 'cause I want to go home.
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    I'm getting the same damn error... I would take a wild guess it's on MSN's end and not ours.
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    It's them, not you

    http://messenger.msn.com/Status.aspx?product=wm (you can get there by clicking Help, then .NET service status, btw)

    Also hey, too

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    Originally posted here by Negative
    It's them, not you

    http://messenger.msn.com/Status.aspx?product=wm (you can get there by clicking Help, then .NET service status, btw)

    Also hey, too
    ]

    I get a runtime error when I go to that service status page, I tried that when it first didn't let me sign in. I'm running FF, I haven't tried going there in IE.

    [edit: just checked IE, nothing there either, here's a screen showing what it's giving me]
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    Try this one instead: http://support.msn.com/networkstatus...oductLocId=458

    * The .NET Messenger Service is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later.
    * Location: N/A
    * Last Update: Tuesday, 08 February 2005 13:33:00 GMT
    * Next Update: Tuesday, 08 February 2005 15:33:00 GMT
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    When I tried it, it took me to a page saying that everything is down - with a link to that runtime error page. Now it indeed takes me to that runtime error page immediately. The entire messenger.msn.com seems to be down.

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    Originally posted here by MsMittens
    Try this one instead: http://support.msn.com/networkstatus...oductLocId=458
    That one worked
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    Haha, I should have known it wasnt me, I mean its me and all.

    And hey all (esp. MsMittens and Neg )

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    MSN Messenger outage blamed on 'data center' issue

    http://news.com.com/MSN+Messenger+ou...j=news.1032.20

    A company representative declined to elaborate on the nature of the problem, or the steps Microsoft took in fixing it.
    The latest outage comes days after security monitors discovered the Bropia worm was using MSN Messenger to spread. The Microsoft spokeswoman denied the outage was caused by the worm.
    Hmmmm.
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