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My first issue had to do with a registry error with OneDrive. Now I am at the same point as the original poster. Was able to install the online services sign-in assistant but the live id sign-in it won't install as a separate install, and the bids install crashes as soon as I tell it to install it in the installer.

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I'm trying to install WLID sign in Assistant 6.5 on a XP SP3 PC but getting install errors. the extract from an install log is from trying to install Microsoft Dynamics CRM Outlook client. As you can see it failed, so i downloaded it maually but still can't install it.

Hi, I am having the same problem with Sign-In assisstant refusing to install. I've tried everything listed above and nothing seems to work. I've been able to use Games for Windows Live successfuly before with previous games the most recent of which was Batman Arkham Asylum. I recently purchased and installed Dawn fo War 2 and now everytime I try to sign in to my live account it says I require an update. It then closes the game, drops back to desktop where it tries to install Sign In Assisstant and then just stops doing anything.

So, anyway, I downloaded and installed the update. It closed out the game, started it back up and I went through the same process again. I downloaded this mysterious update THREE times. Finally, I restarted my computer. I went back into the game and was met with the same message again. This time I closed it out and went to run Games For Windows Live to see if maybe I could find a list of needed updates and do them all at once. It told me I needed the sign-in assistant to run it so I went to download that.

i've tried to do exact the same thing, but then an error appears:"the module"C:\windows\system32\wuaueng.dll" was loaded but the call to dllregisterserver failed with error code 0x80070005." i'm stuck big time.. please help:)

My windows 7 was updated to today 2 march 2013, why i get this sh.t error? I have all crappy .net and visual c++? Why i can't run GFWL and install sign live assistant? I never buy again a shitty GFWL GAME EVER! BAtman arkham city was the last!

I confirm that all previus solution doesn't worked, the only solution for my windows 7 ultimate 64 bit is to install the windows live sign in assistant after GFWL with this command line parameter : Msiexec /i wllogin_32.msi /l*v C:\setupLogs.log NOMU=1

Uninstall the Microsoft Games for Windows Marketplace client and the Microsoft Games for Windows - LIVE Redistributable (if either is installed), then extract all files and run gfwlivesetup.exe. After the installation is finished just launch a GFWL title and the in-game overlay and usual sign-in prompt will appear in the game. The first sign-in for a game tend to take quite some time and the process might seem to be stuck for 5-10 minutes before completion.

I did notice that the Marketplace client is fully dead nowadays, though it can be ignored since it haven't really worked the last few years anyway (you could sign in to the client but couldn't actually download anything through it).

Can someone please help with a workaround to this? only thing stopping me from playing my game ? thank you in advance! ? (To clarify, sign in assistant was removed and is unavailable to update)

The marketplace became non-functional in 2018 with purchased games no longer displaying and instead presenting an error saying "There was an error retrieving your purchase history. Please sign out and try again later" despite existing purchases being supposed to still be available to download.

If you don't wish to download mail to your computer, you can use Windows Live Mail to visit your various mailboxes around the Web. If you're familiar with Microsoft Outlook Express, then Windows Live Mail will be a snap. It's known as a simple, cleanly designed e-mail program. It also offers some nice higher-end features, such as the ability to send photo e-mail. Like its Hotmail companion, Windows Live Mail allows you to customize your screen and lay out the program to your liking.

To sign up, you'll need to enter some basic biographical information, choose a Windows Live ID, type and retype a password of your choosing and complete a screen verification -- that procedure in which you have to retype the weirdly shaped numbers and letters on the screen. Once you're signed up, you'll be directed to where you can select from the array of Windows Live services, including Hotmail.

To sign up for Windows Live Mail, you'll need to download it. (You'll also have the option of downloading several other Windows Live programs at that time). Once downloaded, you can select any previously existing e-mail account of yours to access using the your ID (e-mail account name) and password. You also can add an e-mail account at any time by clicking on "Add e-mail account" and filling in the required information. 350c69d7ab


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