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Which email service are you using?

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I need to change my password


hi William.
you have not said what password you want to change but see if this is it.

How do I change my password on Google? Change your password
  1. Sign in to My Account.
  2. Under "Sign-in & security," select Signing in to Google.
  3. Choose Password. If you see a prompt to sign in again, sign in.
  4. Enter your new password, then select Change Password.

Change or reset your password - Google Account Help - Google Support

https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/41078?hl=en Search for: How do I change my password on Google?

if not go to this link should help you out.
how to change my password Google Search

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I cant remember my password


Please elaborate what you cannot remember your password for.

May 31, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Change my google e mail password


  1. Sign in to My Account.
  2. Under "Sign-in & security," select Signing in to Google.
  3. Choose Password. If you see a prompt to sign in again, sign in.
  4. Enter your new password, then select Change Password.
Reset your password
  1. Go to the Account support page.
  2. Follow the instructions. You'll be asked some questions to confirm it's your account and an email will be sent to you. If you don't get an email:
  • Check your Spam or Bulk Mail folders
  • Add noreply@google.com to your address book.
  • Request another email.
  • Check all email addresses you might've used to sign up or sign in to your account.
3. Choose a password that you haven't already used with this account. Learn how to create a strong password.

May 02, 2017 | Google Computers & Internet

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How do I change my password and security questions?


Sign into your My Account page.
In the "Sign-in & security" section, select Signing in to Google > Password.
Type your current password and your new password.
Select Change password.

Change your Google Account password
http://ccm.net/forum/affich-926955-how-to-change-security-question-in-gmail

Dec 15, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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How do I remember password on 2-15


  1. Use the "forgot password" link below the sign in spot. They should be able to send you your password in your e-mail.
  2. If you changed your email since you signed up for face-book, you might have to sign up again for a new face-book account. When you sign up for facebook, It is tied in with your email, mainly for the recovery of your password.
    Hopefully this works!

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How do I change my gmail password?


Point your web browser at http://www.gmail.com

If another account comes up, sign out of it by clicking the avatar in the upper-right then clicking "Sign out." You can then sign in to another account.

Once you're in, click your avatar in the upper-right, click "Account," click "Security," then click "Change password."

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Forgot password code: 8015D002


Problem
You see the following error code and message when you try to sign in to Xbox Live:

Account does not exist.
Status Code: 8015D002


This may mean there's a problem with your account. For example, the security information for your account may need to be updated.

Solutions
Solution 1: Did you recently sign up for two-step verification?
If you recently turned on two-step verification, you may not know how to sign in to apps or devices that don't accept security codes. Some apps (like the mail apps on some smartphones) and devices (like the Xbox 360) can't prompt you to enter a security proof when you try to sign in. If you get an incorrect-password error with an app or device, you'll need to create a unique app password to sign in. After you sign in with your app password, you're all set to use that app or device. You'll use this new app password to sign in to your device instead of using your Microsoft account password.

You'll need to create and sign in with an app password once for each app or device that can't prompt you for a security proof.
  1. Sign in to your Microsoft account.
  2. Under Password and security info, tap or click Edit security info.
    If you're prompted for a security proof, enter it and tap or click Submit.
  3. Under App passwords, tap or click Create a new app password.
    A new app password is generated and appears on your screen.
  4. When you're prompted for your Microsoft account password on your Xbox console, enter the app password that you created online.After you sign in with your app password, you're all set to use that app or device. You will use this new app password to sign in to your device instead of your Microsoft account password.
Solution 2: Verify your Microsoft account security informationFollow these steps:
  1. Visit Microsoft account.
    Note If you forgot your password or can't sign in using your password, reset your password.
  2. Click Edit security info.
  3. Verify your security information. For example, verify the Phone number, Alternate email address, and Security question information.
  4. Sign out of your Microsoft account and then sign in again.
  5. Try to sign in to Xbox Live again.

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I cn`t log on to yahoo.com


  • What does "Keep me signed in" mean? If you check the "Keep me signed in" box, you can stay signed in to Yahoo! on this computer for up to 2 weeks or until you sign out. To protect your personal information when you access some Yahoo! services, we may ask you to enter your password again. The "Keep me signed in" checkbox applies to this computer only. If you're using a public computer, we recommend that you uncheck the checkbox. You can also modify the number of times you're asked for your password by clicking on My Account at the top of most Yahoo! pages once you sign in. If you do so, Yahoo! will ask you to verify your password more frequently, although your sign-in screen will still indicate every "two weeks". (More information on modifying your sign-in settings)
  • What is this image at the top of my sign-in box? It's a sign-in seal - a feature to help you protect your Yahoo! password against fraud. (Find out more about sign-in seals.)
  • Not seeing your sign-in seal? If you set up your sign-in seal but now no longer see it, you could be on a fraudulent site. Look carefully at your browser's address bar. A genuine Yahoo! sign-in page will always display https://login.yahoo.com just before the next forward slash. (Read more about identifying a real Yahoo! sign-in page.)
  • Concerned about password security? Yahoo! submits your ID and password using SSL, which provides a level of security when transmitting data. (More information on password security.)
  • What if I forgot my ID or password? Look up your ID and/or password after confirming some personal information. Remember to use your full Yahoo! ID (e.g. free2rhyme@yahoo.com) to sign in.
  • Having problems logging in? Did you forget to include your full Yahoo! ID? If so, please remember to use your full Yahoo! ID to sign in.

Aug 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I forgot my sign in pqassword for windows 7 on my acer aspire 5100


Hi

Is it just the sign into windows password or the hd bios password

if the sign into windows password its worth trying to start up in safe mode sign in as administror and i think ( not sure ) that you can then remove the password by changing user information

its worth a go

good luck

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Change password


Hello Friend,
You have to fill out a form asking you to enter your old and new password (If you not Signed in,Sign in with your Yahoo ID and Password).
  • Click the Change Password button below these instructions. You’ll be asked to sign in if you’re not already.
  • Type your current password in the first box.
  • Type your new password in the second box.
  • Type your new password again in the third box to confirm it.
  • Click Save. You’ll see a message telling you that you have successfully chosen a new password. If your new password entries didn’t match, go to step 2 and try again.
  • Click Continue. The Account Sign-in Settings page appears.
  • Type your new password, and click Sign In. A page opens with your account information. You have successfully used your new password.
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May 21, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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