Windows Live Mail Folders Not Showing: How to Fix It?

Are you experiencing trouble getting Windows Live Mail to work on Windows 10? Do you keep getting error messages like error 0 X 800 C 0 0 0 6? If so, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Many users have faced this issue and have found a solution. In this post, we’ll delve into how to fix it.

Firstly, it would help if you put the English United States language on your Windows 10 device. You can do this by going to region and language under settings. This solution works for some users, but it didn’t work for all.

If you still get the error message even after changing the language, don’t worry. There is a workaround. You can still run Windows Live Mail, but you’ll receive an error message saying that Windows Live Writer dot localization DLL is missing. You can download that file from various places online. After downloading it, pop that file into your C program files x86, go to the bottom of the Windows Live folder into mail, and put a copy of that file, windows live dot writer dot localization dot dl ow, in that folder. Also, put the file into the c / windows / system32 folder, just for good measure.

If the above solution doesn’t work, you can try copying both folders that are called windows live mail from Program Files. Copy them from the Windows Live folder there, and copy all the contents of the Windows Live folders over there from Program Files x86. Then, take them across to Windows 10 and dump them on top of the existing folders in Program Files and Windows Live in Program Files x86.

If you’re still experiencing the same issue, Matthew Williams, in the video above, suggests copying the contents of the Windows Live Mail folders from a Windows 7 device to a flash drive and then copying them to the Windows 10 device. This way, you’re guaranteed that the files are going to be nice and clean because they’re from a fresh install of Windows Live.

In conclusion, Windows Live Mail folders not showing can be frustrating, but there are solutions to fix it. Try the above solutions, and you’ll be able to use Windows Live Mail on your Windows 10 device without any issues.