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Create the menu tab on your homepage right click in the top toolbar you should see a number of toolbar options select the menu tab which will add File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
Click on the tools at the bottom of the drop down list will be internet options or
Click start control panel internet options you will see a home page box To Create Page Tabs type
each adress on its own line (type in www.My Space.com) or your preferred home page and browser
below that will be change search defaults click on settings you will see all search Providers
Toolbar extensions and Accelerators you have if don't need any of them you can disable or remove them. Also
MySpace members are required to provide a valid email address and password upon the creation of an account.
For added convenience, many computers and wireless devices will remember your log in information for you.
Without realizing, you can go weeks or months without manually entering it in.
If you forget your password and lose access to your email account, you can request assistance from MySpace in just a few steps.
Write the word "MySpace" followed by your MySpace vanity URL or friend ID on a sheet of paper. Write legibly and with a dark shade of marker.
Ask a friend to look up your vanity URL or friend ID if you don't have access to it.
Take a picture of yourself holding the sheet of paper, ensuring that your face appears clearly in the photo.
If using a digital camera, upload the photo to your wireless device.
Go to myspace2.custhelp.com/app/contact/, and fill in the online submission form.
Enter the new email address you wish to use for your MySpace log-in.
Select "Log in" from the category drop-down list.
Select "New Email Address" from the sub-category drop-down list.
Click the "Attach File" button, and attach the photo of yourself holding the sheet of paper.
Click the "Send My Message" button that appears on the resulting page.
You'll receive an email at the new address you provide with an activation link.
Go to myspace.com/, and click the "Login" option in the upper toolbar.
Click the "Forgot Password" link that appears in the resulting box.
Enter your new email address, and type the CAPTCHA phrase in the space provided.
You'll receive a password reset email from MySpace shortly.
Click the link in the email to reset your password.
Have you still got the original email message regarding the "change your password"? It sounds like you've been phished, and you have sent your password / email combination onto someone of dubious character... (sorry if that's the case). If you can get onto Myspace, can you contact them, and ask for your password to be re-set for you? This should end up at your email address, when you can then re-set it again.
If you do have the original "change your password" email in your 'in box', just place the mouse over the "from" email address, and check (in the bottom left corner), where it is actually relating to. Scammers can send emails that look real, but re-direct you to somewhere else. All very official looking, but still fake.
Same thing here. I've been trying for weeks. But here's two options I figured out.
If you have a PC and a wireless card. Uninstall it and install it. That's how I did it.
But if you don't want to take any risks, try this:
Go to www.picnik.com and click on Get Started. After it loads, you click on Library and click on "Get On MySpace" or "MySpace" then a new window will pop up. Enter your account information and the window should close by itself if you've entered the correct information. Then your pictures would show in Picnik. Open a new tab and search "MySpace Blogs". Be sure that you're log in on Picnik before searching blogs. Then click on MySpace Blogs and you should be log in onto MySpace. Click "Home" just to make sure and then you can exit www.picnik.com.
Type http://myspace.com in the address bar of your Web browser to make sure you're on the right page and try again. Often times, when someone wants to hack myspace accounts, they will trick you into clicking on a link that seems valid or find some other way of getting you to access a fake myspace.com log in page. When this is the case, entering your email and password will result in nothing happening except that information being sent to an FTP site or an email address. From that point, the hacker then has your email address and password.
Hopefully, you haven't been hacked. But I advise you to stop trying to log on, go to myspace's home page, click forgot password, type your email address and get a password reset email sent to you. Log into your email to open that message and reset your password. Once you have done that, go back to myspace and try logging in with your email address and new password.