RSS Feed error in Windows Live Mail

On starting Windows Live Mail, i get the fololwing error message -
"Initialization of RSS Feed support failed. RSS Feeds could not be updated."

Have tried disabling/removing RSS Feeds as i don't use it at all, but haven't succeeded as i keep getting the above message
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*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
I found this:

Is your Internet Explorer set as the default browser?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
have deleted as suggested but the error message still appears

IE is not my default browser, but as i understand that is required only if i add RSS feeds
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Yes only then.

If i understand properly, you have deleted all RSS Feeds and still get the error?
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AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
yes that's true screen shot
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Your pic is from Deleted items. What about All feeds (and unreaded feeds)?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
apologies for that goof up, but it's the same in All Feeds & Unread Feeds, can attach screenshot if required
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
No need AMITKHER. :-)

Do you have a backup of all data in Windows Live Mail?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
yes i do have a backup
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Can you download Windows Live Mail and install the new version?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
already tried that, didn't work

do i need to un-install & then re-install?
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
yes please do it.
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
tried repair then un-installed & re-installed, still getting the same message
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
How long do you have this problems?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
i think for about 10 days now but not very sure of exact date
Can you do a system restore before 10 days?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
As i'm not sure of the exact date/time system restore wouldn't be a safe enough option in my understanding
*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Sorry i was busy because work.

1) Download Revo Uninstaller Trial:
(Not the Free version! Because this version is old.)

2) Uninstall Windows Live Mail

3) After you will be asked to remove Registry files & Folders. Please do it

4) Reboot & reinstall Windows Live Mail again

Will this help?`

Awawada's option is also good. Why do you think it's not safe?
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
apologies, was away
will try it today
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
your suggestion also didn't work

finally found a solution on 

deleted the following folder
C:\Users\Amit Kher\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Feeds
that solved the problem

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*** Hopeleonie ***IT ManagerCommented:
Nice to hear AMITKHER :-)
AMITKHERAuthor Commented:
found the solution myself elsewhere on the web
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