I went on "Just Answer" and a tech specialist on this website was able to help me via chat (although I ended up having to pay for it). Launch the Windows Live Photo Gallery. Thank you!
Margo Says: at 9:12 AM oh man, it actually worked.
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ActiveCare only runs when you aren’t using your computer, and then it immediately stops when you return. I emailed one of the pics from Windows Live to another device..there's nothing wrong with the pics on another device. SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Best Answer by Tamara Francic Go To Solution Best Answer Best Answer Answered By Tamara Francic 0 points N/A #145541 Error In Windows Live Photo Gallery Step http://umikey.com/windows-live/windows-live-photo-gallery-error-message.php Instead of logging in....
Windows Live Photo Gallery should rebuild its database. About p.pianson Questions 4 Answers 39 Best Answers 7 Vote Up 0 Vote Down Posted on - 06/13/2012 Question Category: Photos / Graphics Soft. This is the only thing I've found that actually works. HELP.
Causes of the error: Windows Live Photo Gallery Error Code 0x80070057 This error is usually caused by misconfigured system files. It took a bit longer than 10 minutes, closer to 30, but by the time it was finished my PC worked great again.
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