Live Messenger OnlineInstall error

Discussion in 'Windows Live Messenger' started by UFO (Often Frustrated User), Jun 14, 2010.

  1. Greetings, good and patient IT experts from Microsoft.

    After installing live call and all the others,the install wizard that
    installs live messenger online stops at 52% during transfer of messenger
    itself (error 0x8104000d).

    Then it reverts everything and I don't have Live Messenger. Happens
    everyday, everytime.

    The error is related to internet connection, but I have downloaded WinXp Sp3
    and installed it with no problem. I also used WinUpdate site to download
    other security updates with 0 problem. During the time the wizards is hanged
    on 52%, I can watch the Network being utilized in Task Manager.

    Please, if Microsoft has a file that I can download to do this installation
    OFFLINE, indicate me how to obtain it (but only from a Microsoft site, not
    one of your blogs, please).

    Thank you!


    PS: it took me more time to look for the proper discussion group to post
    this message than to write it. It's not even in alphabetical order. (Yes we
    expect a lot from microsoft :) )
    UFO (Often Frustrated User), Jun 14, 2010
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  2. Solved

    Ok, I turned the KasperskyInternetSecurity off and it didn´t revert, in the
    end.

    However, I must add that this is ridiculous. In the Conficker world,
    Microsoft (also advocate of Security) requires an online installation of a
    product (in itself already a bad thing) and at the same time one needs to
    completely disable one's Internet Security product to be able to install this
    program.

    How do I know what got into my PC during this process???

    Please, create a file that we can download and then install offline. Even if
    we have to disable the IS, we will be offline during that time.


    Many Thanks
    UFO (Often Frustrated User), Jun 15, 2010
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