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My password got messed up and i can,t get in to facebook

I don't know my password doesn't work something happen and it change the my pass word

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Reset your password by clicking on the "forgot password" link on the login page.

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My suggestion would be to contact the administrators over at Facebook and explain the situation. They may request some form of proof of the situation, since they wouldn't give out that kind of information to anyone who might request it.

Other than that, try getting on Facebook using the computer your father normally uses, and see if he saved the passwords in the web browser.

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You will need to click on forgot password link and follow directions to reset it or just go to your email and click the link that says "If you did Not make the changes click here" facebook will reset it it back to what it was before.

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click on the down arrow right side of your HOME then click account settings...then change password or your choice..that's it

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I have changed my pass word and now its telling me wroung pass word i would like some help to reset my pass word so i can get into my facebook thank you can u please help me

The only thing I can tell you is going to your Facebook page try singing in to your account if it says wrong password again there should be a link there that says forgot password click on it. It should then prompt you for your email so they can send you a password reset to your email address this time make sure you write your new password down some where so you don't forget it. Also are you using the correct email address for your face book? Sort some times that can stop you from singing in when you changed your password did you use upper case and lower case some times that can mess you up any way I hope you have worked out out by now if I was there I could get you in to your Facebook in a second but I've nothing much to go on here so sorry if I'm not much help.

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How do I get my facebook account unlock?

Ok, Somebody had to have been messing with your account...Try going to your settings and resetting your password and change your email address. That may work...If not call facebook U.S I'm going to look up something real quick. Will get back with you shortly. Hope I helped.

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Locked out of Facebook done it all and still THEY WONT LET ME IN

It's easy to get hacked on Facebook and lose access to your account. And getting it back can be a help-desk headache for some users.
All too often, users click links indiscriminately. They add friends they don't really know. They sign up for applications without knowing what they do. And most people use the same password for every website -- a dream come true for malicious users looking to steal your information.
To protect us, the mechanical bouncers in Facebook's system scan the site for unusual activity, and will suspend your account if they think your profile was breached by a malicious user. But the process to get it working again doesn't always go smoothly.

To protect us, the mechanical bouncers in Facebook's system scan the site for unusual activity, and will suspend your account if they think your profile was breached by a malicious user. But the process to get it working again doesn't always go smoothly.
For example, the system can suspend the account if it sees you're logging in from another country or from a device you don't typically use. As a security precaution, a user then has to verify their identity.
In most cases, it's an easy fix. Just type in a code that is texted to your phone or verify your birthday, and then change the password. But if there's a technical glitch within Facebook, some users can be blocked for months without being able to find help in fixing the problem. To make matters more frustrating, there's no way to reach a human by phone on Facebook.
Don Silver hasn't had access to his Facebook page for more than a month. He has two options to reactivate his account: get a special code texted to the phone number he registered with Facebook, or recognize five randomly chosen pictures from his Facebook friends.
The phone route didn't work. He hasn't received a text message code after repeated tries. And as the chief operating officer of public relations firm Boardroom Communications, he has Facebook friends he's met only once -- making it difficult to recognize some people.
``I have no idea who the guy is,'' Silver said as he looked at the first photo in Facebook's test. ``He's hugging a beautiful girl, but she's covering half his face.''
He sent repeated messages to Facebook's help team, but was told each time that they don't see a problem with his account.
And there's Marjorie Swensson of Kendall, who also hasn't been able to access Facebook in more than a month. She said the security verification asked for her birth date. Problem is, the Facebook website says her birth date is wrong. She's sent numerous messages to Facebook's help account, but has yet to get a response.
When told of Silver and Swensson's problems, Facebook responded with a general statement, saying it is ``constantly working to improve these systems to make the experience of confirming an identity and regaining access to an account as painless as possible.''
If you find yourself locked out of Facebook because of a technical glitch, enter a detailed message of the problem at and follow the appropriate link.
If you don't hear back, keep trying. I've seen numerous reports online of people getting their problem fixed after several months -- but they never got a notification message.
Facebook clearly has a serious customer-service issue. Having users go weeks without answers is unacceptable.
Let this be a reminder that although we depend heavily on Facebook for communication, it can be gone in a flash, like all other things in our digital lives.
But to avoid getting caught in a similar mess, practice safe surfing to avoid accidentally compromising your account. Use a different password for all sites, don't click on unknown applications, and don't click on links from odd-sounding messages.

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What is wrong with me i have to reset my password every day on facebook.Is there something i am not doing when i log out i am getting up set with this ang i am abbout to report this to aol or whom every i...

Hi there, this may happen if somebody knows your email address and trying to use it to log in to your account. Even if the person wasn't able to go through your account, Facebook will still send you a message to reset your password for your own security. The next time you access your FB account, I would suggest you to change your email address.

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I opened an account for my daughter to have her own email yesterday. I don't know what happened but she can not access her email nor her facebook. I have tried everything I know to regain her...

Go to this site and reset your Yahoo! password through the prompts provided. Afterwards, you can go to this site and reset your password for facebook. Hope this helps.

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Could you please tell me if somone is accessing from my facebook account,as my profile photo has changed and all my photos detached. and no contact addresses show on my page. Whats happened? since...

Make sure to change your password immediately. Also make sure the new password can't be guessed to easily, and keep it all confidential.
You might be able to contact Facebook to see where your account was last accessed and maybe you'll have an idea as to who messed with your account.
Best of luck! Keep it safe!

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If you did not change your password, and have only forgotten it, then use the "Reset password" function found in the Help category at the bottom of the Facebook main page. A new password will be sent to the e-mail address you provided as your logon. You can then get back on and change the password to something you'll remember.

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I was trying to send some pictures from my phone to facebook and it mess it up because when I lodge in faceboot its asking me for a security code I don't know what to put I don't have a security code. It...

You need to provide the security pass (facebook password) to be able to uplaod the picture on facebook. Just provide your normal facebook password.

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To fix this problem, you need to reset your password and get anew password.
  1. Go to
  2. Enter your email
  3. Click Reset Password
  4. Log in to your email, click the confirmation code
  5. Now you can enter new password
If you still having a problem, please let me know.

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