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wlidcli.dll operating syster is windows 7 64-bit

When opening my computer a message comes up saying wlidcli.dll is missing. Try re-installing

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Re: wlidcli.dll operating syster is windows 7 64-bit

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Hi,

 

This is how others fixed this problem:

 

" When i clicked to uninstall windows live essentials the window that came up gave me the option to either remove or repair windows live essentials. I opted to try a repair hopeing it would be quicker the removeing and re-installing everything. Hey, it worked. After a few minuites the repair was complete. I restarted windows and no more error message."

 

Good luck,

 

BH
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Re: wlidcli.dll operating syster is windows 7 64-bit

That didn't work for me and I tried to remove Windows Live Essentials and message said "something" set to block removing the Live Essentials.

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