Talking about MSN Messenger 7.5.0306

 Just learnt of the new update of MSN Messenger 7.5 from Overdo

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MSN Messenger 7.5.0306

A minor update to MSN Messenger featuring only bug fixes. If you don’t want to download the entire installer, wait a few weeks for Messenger to prompt you to upgrade, when it will then download a small patch instead.

 

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9 responses to “Talking about MSN Messenger 7.5.0306

  1. Igin

    hi, can u help me with installing windows vista? I downloaded it as an iso file and transfered it to a cd. When i click on setup, its giving me this following error message. D:\\SETUP.EXE is not a valid Win32 application. I\’d appreciate ur help.

  2. Andre

    Hey there, did you try burning the ISO to a DVD instead of a CD? The ISO is 2.8GBs, that cannot hold on any CD. Also, which build of Vista did you download, is it 5112 or 5219? Did you try off the DVD if you did burn it to DVD? Are you installing on a RAW disk or new partition? Installing on a new partition is recommended too. Make sure you also have at least 8.6 GBs of free space. If you are launching setup from within an existing installation of Windows such as 2000 or XP, make sure that hard disk has enough space to hold the temporary files, at 10GBs. Here is another place you can go for some additional help with installing Windows Vista:http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/newsgroups/default.mspx?dg=microsoft.public.longhornhelp&lang=en&cr=US&r=7ba53b32-5996-4d35-a3df-bb6ecc143dc1&mid=21b6e804-45ba-43f8-b7d6-937765c5a48d

  3. Igin

    Thanks a lot for the info u gave me. it really helped me out. wats the difference between windows vista ctp 32 bit and 64 bit build 5219. thanks again:)

  4. Andre

    Well, CTP means Community Technology Preview. Windows Vista, the most recent build (5219) is being distributed as an interim release of the beta, its not full reflection of a milestone release such as BETA 1, 2, RC0, 1 and 2. But just a glimpse of what is taking place in the development and some of the technologies that are in the works and are considered half baked. The CTP is available in both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) for both types of processor architectures. 5219 is known as the September CTP, there should be another CTP coming for October and November and the BETA 2 Milestone Build expected some time in December (speculation).

  5. Igin

    im using 5112 now. do u think upgrading to 5219 is a good idea? i mean is there a big difference between these 2 versions. i tried installing virtual pc 2004 on 5112 which didn\’t work. it said i have to use xp to install virtual pc 2004. i dunno how to go back to xp. when i chose legacy prelonghorn os it didn\’t come up. can u tell me how to uninstall 5112? thanks

  6. Igin

    hi, sorry to bother u again n again. i think xp is not loading coz of an issue with the following. can u tell me wats wrong with it? thanks![boot loader]timeout=30default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\\WINDOWS[operating systems]multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows Longhorn" /NOEXECUTE=OPTIN /FASTDETECT /USENEWLOADERmulti(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /NOEXECUTE=OPTIN /FASTDETECT

  7. Andre

    Hmm, now this is a toughy. First let me deal with 5112 and 5219 question. I would stick with 5112, since 5219 is just an interim build that does not reflect stability of milestone build such as 5112, best recommendation is to wait until beta 2 to give Windows Vista another try. The improvements to build 5219 are not significant to start testing 5219 primarily. As for installing Windows Vista in Virtual PC 2004, the recommend method is to install Windows XP first then launch setup from within that copy of Windows, make sure you allocate enough hard disk space to it, at least 16GBs, so it can store the image and format the existing install of XP. Also, make sure you have the latest updates for Virtual PC installed such as SP1. But the best way to really install Windows Vista is on a separate partition. As for the boot loader, it seems that you have some how caused Vista to corrupt it. When you were attempting to install Vista, was it on a separate partition or the same partition as your existing installation of Windows? Try this a see if it corrects your boot ini and boots back into Windows XP:[boot loader]timeout=30default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\\WINDOWS[operating systems]multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\\WINDOWS="Windows XP Professional Edition" /FASTDETECTAgain, I recommend you go to the Windows Vista Newsgroups for additional help:http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/newsgroups/default.mspx?pg=1&lang=en&cr=US&guid=&sloc=en-US&dg=microsoft.public.longhornhelp&fltr=&mid=7c44cabc-24e9-40be-8187-00ecf1bf43c3You might be able to get additional advice there to help you with installing Windows Vista. Again, it is recommended you create a separate logical partition and install Vista on it.

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