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Windows OneCare failed to initiate

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brightway

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When I log on Windows OneCare failes to initiate (OxC 0000005). What can I
do to address this problem and run Windows OneCare? Same happens with
windows messenger. I have XP and got the programs from QWest.
 

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"brightway" <brightway@xxxxxx> wrote in message
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: When I log on Windows OneCare failes to initiate (OxC 0000005). What can
I
: do to address this problem and run Windows OneCare? Same happens with
: windows messenger. I have XP and got the programs from QWest.


Run chkdsk/f and reinstall.
 

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StephenB

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brightway <brightway@xxxxxx> wrote:

>When I log on Windows OneCare failes to initiate (OxC 0000005). What can I
>do to address this problem and run Windows OneCare? Same happens with
>windows messenger. I have XP and got the programs from QWest.
Since the programs were provided via download from Qwest, you should contact
Qwest for support in getting both programs running.
-steve
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Stephen Boots
MVP Windows Live
Windows Live OneCare Forum Moderator
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brightway

#4
The Qwest OneCare solution was to send me here. I will try and run chkdsk/f
and see how that goes.

"StephenB" wrote:

> brightway <brightway@xxxxxx> wrote:
>

> >When I log on Windows OneCare failes to initiate (OxC 0000005). What can I
> >do to address this problem and run Windows OneCare? Same happens with
> >windows messenger. I have XP and got the programs from QWest.
>
> Since the programs were provided via download from Qwest, you should contact
> Qwest for support in getting both programs running.
> -steve
> --
> Stephen Boots
> MVP Windows Live
> Windows Live OneCare Forum Moderator
> sboots@xxxxxx
>
 

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StephenB

#5
That was an unacceptable response from Qwest. They offer OneCare for free
because they agree to provide support for the product. Windows Live Messenger,
being free already, I can understand sending you here, but Windows Live OneCare
is a subscription product that they must support.
Please call them back to work on the OneCare problem.
-steve

brightway <brightway@xxxxxx> wrote:

>The Qwest OneCare solution was to send me here. I will try and run chkdsk/f
>and see how that goes.
>
>"StephenB" wrote:
>

>> brightway <brightway@xxxxxx> wrote:
>>

>> >When I log on Windows OneCare failes to initiate (OxC 0000005). What can I
>> >do to address this problem and run Windows OneCare? Same happens with
>> >windows messenger. I have XP and got the programs from QWest.
>>
>> Since the programs were provided via download from Qwest, you should contact
>> Qwest for support in getting both programs running.
>> -steve
>> --
>> Stephen Boots
>> MVP Windows Live
>> Windows Live OneCare Forum Moderator
>> sboots@xxxxxx
>>
--
Stephen Boots
MVP Windows Live
Windows Live OneCare Forum Moderator
sboots@xxxxxx
 

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