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    Rooster Guest

    Default Uxcore.dll named curse!!

    Gentlemen.. I have tried EVERY single thing to solve that uxcore.dll error in
    Windows Live Messenger.
    -I unistalled and installed WLM. Result: The Same!
    -I even formatted my hdd many times and installed XP and tried again
    installing WLM. Result: Same again!!
    -I've tried deleting that contacts folder from where it was as many people
    over net said. Result: SAME AGAIN!!

    And I tried many recommendations that I've read in many forums,blogs etc.
    but none of them helped anyway.

    Doesn't Microsoft think of solving that aching problem??

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    Jonathan Kay [MVP] Guest

    Default Re: Uxcore.dll named curse!!

    Greetings Rooster,

    Although it's UXCore that's crashing, it's typically third-party software which is
    interfering with Messenger and causing the crash.

    Since you've been reinstalling, it's most likely a piece of software you would normally
    regularly install (perhaps even some sort of security/antivirus/et al). We'd have to go
    one-on-one with some crash dumps to hopefully determine the culprit if you can't really think
    of anything which would be causing it however.

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    "Rooster" <Rooster@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:87D63F59-2422-4658-B873-0DFE2C580400@microsoft.com...
    > Gentlemen.. I have tried EVERY single thing to solve that uxcore.dll error in
    > Windows Live Messenger.
    > -I unistalled and installed WLM. Result: The Same!
    > -I even formatted my hdd many times and installed XP and tried again
    > installing WLM. Result: Same again!!
    > -I've tried deleting that contacts folder from where it was as many people
    > over net said. Result: SAME AGAIN!!
    >
    > And I tried many recommendations that I've read in many forums,blogs etc.
    > but none of them helped anyway.
    >
    > Doesn't Microsoft think of solving that aching problem??




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    Lightbulb older UXCore version in the way?

    Hello,

    I found a 2007 version of the dll in the Windows Live install directory, probably from a previous version. Renaming this to .old did the trick, apparently now the 2010 version in the shared directory is loading.

    Might be something simmilar for you

    Rob

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    Hi RobC,

    thanks very much for answer, much appreciated,

    regards

    Steve

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    Although that this is old post from 05-27-2010, still I have replied to this post as I was also having same problem and while searching I tried many solutions and found a perfect solution. The solution I have posted below will solve the problem permanently. Here are the steps to fix this dll error message:

    As UXCore.dll file is missing or corrupted, you need to get a new dll file. Here are the steps to replace UXCore.dll file
    Step 1. You can download missing UXCore.dll here:

    Download UXCore.dll 12.0.1111.1005 - Download and restore missing or deleted .DLL files at DLLCentral.com

    Step 2. Paste this file into your system32 or SyWOW64 folder.
    Step 3. Navigate to your System32(32Bit OS) or SyWOW64(64Bit OS) Folder.

    Note: The location of System32 and SyWOW64 is

    C:Windows\System32 (If you are using 32Bit Windows)
    C:\Windows\SysWOW64 (if you are using 64Bit Windows)

    Step 4. Paste the UXCore.dll file into this folder.
    Step 5. Try to run it. It might work now. If not, restart your computer to restore it effectively.

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