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Windows Live Remaining Components Installation

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Old 05-09-2009
Rakesh Mashruwala
 

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Windows Live Remaining Components Installation
I have only installed Family Safety & Writer want ot know how to install
remaing components such as messenger, photos etc
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Old 05-10-2009
Robert Aldwinckle
 

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Re: Windows Live Remaining Components Installation

"Rakesh Mashruwala" <Rakesh Mashruwala@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have only installed Family Safety & Writer want ot know how to install
> remaing components such as messenger, photos etc



On which OS?

FWIW in XP, where I have installed Live Essentials,
I think that I would probably try using Add/Remove Programs
Change/Remove button and see what it would do.
E.g. it provides an option to repair your existing packages.
If it doesn't also provide an option to reconfigure them,
I could at least uninstall what I have and then reinstall
because I know that I was given the option of changing
the set of programs to be installed then. I don't particularly
want to do this experiment myself right now to check
which is in fact the actual case. FYI a simple way to start
Add/Remove Programs is to Run... (e.g. press Win-R
and enter control.exe appwiz.cpl

BTW you would get more informed help by posting in a newsgroup
which specializes in Live products or from Live Support itself.
E.g. use the Help menu in your Live product.


Good luck

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