fatal login error hr 80041034 f 2147217356 Labadieville Louisiana

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fatal login error hr 80041034 f 2147217356 Labadieville, Louisiana

FWIW here is what a search for that code returns http://windowssdk.msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wmisdk/wmi/wmi_error_constants.asp (MSN search for 0x80041034 microsoft codes ) WBEM_E_PROVIDER_FAILURE 0x80041004 Provider has failed at some time other than during initialization. result is ........ > > Bottom line is to have a local-installed email program, properly configured, which need only be used in these situations. > You can still continue to use Jan :) MS MVP - Windows IE/OE [DTS/AumHa] Smiles are meant to be shared, that's why they're so contagious. > Hi Jan, > I did have outlook ( I just removed Am I the only person in > the world with this problem?

Q: Do you regular email service thru your Internet service provider? I just loaded the new script editor as you suggested, still no go. Fatal Login Error. I dont know about the java thing at the moment, I will try later.

Any chance of some remote help? I didn't quite understand what you meant about having a local installed email properly configured, unless you mean road runner? Any chance of some remote help? this is frustrating.

This will paste the info from the Event Viewer Error Report complete with links into the message. Dont give up on me, I have been on this for months now. Thanks for your help, john Top Fatal Login Error. JOHN View message headers Ads #2 March 17th 06, 07:18 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support Gerry Cornell external usenet poster Posts: n/a I still need help with this Fatal

Fatal Login Error. I really wanted to keep my msn address, because I've had it so long, and it would be a pain to change it. I am now pasting what the address > bar says: > > http://loginnet.passport.com/digest.srf?_lang=EN&lc=1033&fs=1&ct=1142891311&tw=86400&id=2&kv=0&ru=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2ehotmail%2emsn%2ecom%2fcgi%2d bin%2fsbox%3frru%3dcompose%253ftype%253ddmc%2526ac tion%253dcompose%2526to%253daffilsocieties%252540a msat%25252ews%2526flag%253d56320%2526disk%253d10%2 5252e1%25252e106%25252e203_d2675%2526exdomain%253d msn%25252ecom%2526login%253dsuzetcrepe%2526domain% 253dmsn%25252ecom%2526username%253dsuzetcrepe%2526 curmbox%253d00000000%2525252d0000%2525252d0000%252 5252d0000%2525252d000000000001%2526&log=1 > > > The page is white except for : You could check that on your machine and start it if it is not running.

Taffycat posted Oct 15, 2016 at 9:19 AM WCG Stats Saturday 15 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 15, 2016 at 8:00 AM Review round up - 14 October 2016 Becky I kept my MSN screen name, and am using my > address and email through Hotmail now (which I hate, btw.) > > Anyway, I want to email people from links, I have tried to remove everything having to do with verizon from my computer, but stuff is still hanging around in there. I really wanted to keep my msn address, because I've had it so > long, and it would be a pain to change it. > > Would it be possible to

Am I the only person in the world with this problem? I think it's buried deep in there, like the registry or something. This is a great help, so far, though! Gerry ~~~~ FCA Stourport, England Enquire, plan and execute ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "JOHN" wrote in message ups.com...

Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Furl this Thread! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 That way we can test them and perhaps see if there is an issue with the links, or perhaps a clue as to what may be required to resolve the problem. Can you log on to the Hotmail? Well Maurice, you sure helped shed some light on things.

I also deleted temporary internet files as you asked and also manually deleted all the cookies from my cookie folder, took ages. So regarding those issues, hopefully someone will help. I don't like hotmail, but that's what I'm stuck with. Am I the only person in the world with this problem?

if so, do you use (and is it setup for email accounts) Outlook Express or MS Office Outlook ? (btw, every Windows system (having Internet Explorer) likely has Outlook Express or Sometimes you also have to follow up by deleting any "passport" cookies from your Temp folder and the Temp internet files folders. Fatal Login Error. You need to get Outlook setup again & get your service provider to help you inputting the correct settings.) IF you have one of those, then....

http://go.microsoft.com/fw.link/events.asp (Please note the hyperlink above is for illustration purposes only) A tip for posting copies of Error Reports! E.g. hr = 80041035, f = -2147217355 Hmmm, Lots of gibberish to me, but I"m sure there has got to be a computer expert out there that can help us get rid Oh and for the record, I have Windows XP SP2.

Another thing to consider, delete contents of your temporary internet cache folder, and possibly delete any old passport cookies. -- Maurice N MVP Windows - Shell / User ----- JOHN wrote: And I'm glad John wrote in, because I knew exactly what his problem was becasue I have it too!!!!! Comon Microsoft, one of you must have clue! I > am a > bit confused as to what links and where are giving you the error. > > Try the following and see if it helps: > > Javascript

hr = 80041034, f = -2147217356 John Please find the Report in Event Viewer and post a copy. hr = 80041034, f = -2147217356 Hotmail ?, Jan Il Indexes: [Date] [Thread] [Top] [AllLists] Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Help Presumably you know roughly when the error occurred. I can't get rid of this junk. > > I would love to use the outlook express because the editing looked so > much better than hotmail.

It appears this has to do with a Hotmail account (perhaps MSN) , and the login for that at passport.com Are you following the usual procedure for logging in to Hotmail?