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Okay. It's not a problem that I can fix by remote, you say? Okay. "How" do you want me to troubleshoot and fix this problem for you?
The Facebook API is no longer available to Windows Movie Maker. In short, that means you cannot click the Share button to share with Facebook. You must first save the video to your computer as a file. Once you have the saved video file, you can then upload that to Facebook manually.
Does that make sense?