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    Angry microsft security essentials - error code 0x80070715

    Can anyone help please I had MSE on my pc and it was working fine, now it is not!!!! it will not function and I get an error code 0x80070715. I cannot uninstall it and cannot remove it from add and remove programms it is driving me insane and I cannot download a new reinstall it says I can only have one, PLEASE HELP!!!JB MICROSOFT HAS NO TELEPHONE SUPPORT FOR mse great!!!!

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    ^ That looks like a useful link and should help you.

    One can also always request support from Microsoft here for MSE.

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    How about trying The Windows Club's very own Fix MSE Utility v 1.0. Tool.

    Just in case anytime, you find that you are facing any issues in running Microsoft Security Essentials due to any reasons, simply run this utility. This utility will restore all its registry values & service settings to known good defaults, without re-installing MSE. It also re-registers the concerned .dll and .exe files, required to run MSE properly. The utility may take only a moment to run, but rest assured, it does the job! It works on both 32bit and 64bit of Windows Operating Systems.

    Fix MSE Utility - Repair Microsoft Security Essentials | The Windows Club

    Fix MSE Utility has been developed by Ramesh Kumar, MVP, for Windows Club.

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    Well now isn't that just what the doctor ordered.

    I know there is a download link on the main page and a download area in the forum but would it make sense to have a designated area for downloads of apps/fixes developed by The Windows Club members.

    Or am I overlooking something already in place.

    Quote Originally Posted by marcEmarc View Post
    How about trying The Windows Club's very own Fix MSE Utility v 1.0. Tool.

    Just in case anytime, you find that you are facing any issues in running Microsoft Security Essentials due to any reasons, simply run this utility. This utility will restore all its registry values & service settings to known good defaults, without re-installing MSE. It also re-registers the concerned .dll and .exe files, required to run MSE properly. The utility may take only a moment to run, but rest assured, it does the job! It works on both 32bit and 64bit of Windows Operating Systems.

    Fix MSE Utility - Repair Microsoft Security Essentials | The Windows Club

    Fix MSE Utility has been developed by Ramesh Kumar, MVP, for Windows Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roraniel View Post
    Well now isn't that just what the doctor ordered.

    I know there is a download link on the main page and a download area in the forum but would it make sense to have a designated area for downloads of apps/fixes developed by The Windows Club members.

    Or am I overlooking something already in place.
    You can find all apps/fixes developed by TWC members with this tag: TWC App | The Windows Club

    That isn't intuitive though so perhaps a more obvious solution will be added, such as a tab for that tag.

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    ^I'm listening

    Maybe I will get down to doing it someday soon

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    Maybe some more forum discussion topics too

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    Hi, Mr Berman
    I'm Matt. I have the same issue and tried to run Kix MSE but it tells me there is no MSE installed on my machine?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by matthias View Post
    Hi, Mr Berman
    I'm Matt. I have the same issue and tried to run Kix MSE but it tells me there is no MSE installed on my machine?????
    hi !

    welcome to the forum.

    but, this is now an OLD thread, look at the last post above, its almost 2 years old...

    i suggest you post in a new thread instead, since newer MSE-versions has been released the last 2 years.

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