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my skype suddenly stopped working!!


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I had to set up a new account user and download skype there in order to use it.

Skype tell me its something that I have downloaded that has caused the problem but i have not downloaded any new applications and updates I always do manually because my printer stops working if i update the driver for it!!

Can any body suggest what I can try to get it back? It just crashes as soon as I hit icon. I have reinstalled MANY times!!

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