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Okay, I will provide you steps in the question and answer session. Please wait for 2-3 minutes. Thank you.
First of all, please start Windows Live ID sign-in assistant services and turn it to Automatic mode.
Hold down Windows(flag key and) and press letter R.
You will get a box at bottom left hand side.
Type Services.msc and then click OK.
Search for Windows Live ID sign-in assistant service and click Start
button and then choose Automatic under drop down.
You can see screenshot under this link: http://www.stickypc.com/blog/?p=226
Please let me know the results once you follow these steps. Thank you, ***** *****
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Okay, I will provide you other steps in the question and answer session. Please try to open Windows Live mail once again and tell me the exact error message you get. Thank you, ***** *****
Please follow this:
type Regedit and press 'Enter key'.
b. In the 'Registry Editor' window, Browse through the location(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE32\Software\Classes\rss\shellex\(8895B1C6-B41F-4C1C-A562-0D564250836F)) as given in the error message. Right-click the entry which you want to change, and choose 'Permissions'
c. The 'Permissions for <registry key name>' dialog is displayed.
From here you can
d. Select users and change their permissions.
e. Click 'Advanced' to open the 'Access Control Settings for <registry key name>' dialog box, and change users access control.
f. When you have completed your changes, click 'Apply' and 'OK' to accept them.
Restart your computer and let me know the results, please.
Windows Live Mail is gone corrupt. I suggest you to uninstall and reinstall it.
Click the link:
And then click "Download Now"
And download and install it.