Get error in Vista, wlidcli.dill was not found. Reinstalling the application may fix

... wlidcli.dill not found. Reinstalling the application may fix...

I don't know how to re - install this application.

Help, please.

* original title - helps to re - install wlidcli.dill*

Hello

Who is wlidcli.dll and part of Windows Live. One method is to uninstall Windows Live Essentials
and then reinstall it. Control Panel - programs and features - uninstall.

Windows Live Essentials
http://explore.live.com/Windows-Live-Essentials?OS=other

Unfortunately the answers is a site of support of peers supported and has no real with influence
Windows Live.

Check with Windows Live Support and Forums

Windows Live Mail Forums
http://www.windowslivehelp.com/forums.aspx?ProductID=15

Windows Live Solutions
http://www.windowslivehelp.com/solutions.aspx?ProductID=15

Windows Live Solution Center
http://www.windowslivehelp.com/

I hope this helps.

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