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C:\program files(x86)\skype\phone\skype.exe

Hi, I am using win7 home premium. Recently updated skype from version 5.10.5.10.116 to latest version. Skype does not work and returns error as in heading. Does anyone have a clue what is wrong please?

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You should see there the Skype application file Skype.exe (Skype icon). Double click on this file. What happens then?

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go to Skype folder inside C:\Program Files (x86) and go to phone folder and then right click on Skype application and select send to Desktop (Create shortcut)


Re-run skype using this new shortcut.

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