Most suggested it was the firewall settings, which I found to be wrong. Reboot computer account missing activerecord antispyware ASP.

Solution 1 In my case I reinstalled the network card and strangely that seemed to do the trick!

The new virtual ruler seems like such an obvious addition, it’s hard to imagine inking without it.

If it doesn’t work for you, give the below solutions a try. If you have Norton installed, run Live Update, make sure you have most current version.

Solution 2 Try removing any proxy settings, you can do this by following these steps.

download firefox and then use firefox and internet explorer to login into Facebook 2.

download firefox and then create different profiles and you can load as many facebook accounts ( just add -profilemanager -no-remote to the end of the firefox target) this can be found by right clicking firefox icon on desktop and then select properties and then you will see a title called target just add -profilemanager -no-remote to the end of the path of firefox with a space between the end and -profilemanager -no-remote then click apply and ok then when yoy click firefox icon a box will come up and that will show all your profiles just create new ones name it what ever you want then there you go there isn’t a limit to how many you do and you can launch them all at once too pretty much there isnt much you can do for this and facebook allways makes it harder because of all the duds accounts ect.

1) Open up Internet explorer 2) Click the tools menu, then Internet options 3) Select the connections tab 4) Click the “LAN Settings” button 5) Ensure “Automatically Detect Settings” checkbox is ticked 6) Untick “Use a proxy server for your LAN …” if checked 7) Click ok, then ok 8) Start up MSN and give it a whirl!

Solution 3 Check your windows System clock and ensure it’s set to the correct time and date. Some people have reported this will stop MSN from working. so don’t ask) Solution 5 You can try resetting your Internet Security properties to defaults. 6) Select the Internet Icon and click the “Default Level” button.

The machine could browse the net fine, except and MSN messenger would not work. (With error code 80048820) Next step was the googlemobile.

Google informed me that quite a few people have had this error/problem.

Simple trick to log into two facebook accounts at the same time… You tried logging in to two different Facebook accounts, but some how your browser doesn’t let you through ? You can download and install firefox and use firefox to login to the second account.