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Cannot sign into my hotmail account saying i have used incorrect password. i have retried several times and definitely used correct password

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Reset password writ it down

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Unable to log into Hotmail. It is saying someone else is trying to use it.


Note: Hotmail has now changed to Outlook.com

To troubleshoot the issue, you can follow the instructions mentioned on the following link:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows/outlook/forgotten-password

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May 19, 2015 | hotmail.com

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Verify security


Fix Mail Apps and Devices Show Incorrect Password Error After Enabling 2...
[Fix] Mail Apps and Devices Show Incorrect Password Error After Enabling 2-Step Verification in Microsoft or Gmail Account "2-step verification" is an important security feature which protects your online account whether its your email account or a social networking account. It asks for an extra security code each time you try to sign in to your account. This security code is sent to your registered mobile phone or alternative email ID.
Recently Microsoft enabled this 2-step verification feature for Microsoft accounts which are used for emails, Windows 8, XBox, etc. On the other hand Google is already providing two-step verification in its Gmail service since long time.
If you enabled 2-step verification feature in your Microsoft or Gmail account, you might be facing a weird issue. If you try to access your email account using an email client such as Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, etc, it'll now allow you to sign in using your current password. It'll show you an incorrect password error message even if your password is absolutely correct. The same problem will also occur if you try to sign in using your Microsoft account in devices such as Xbox 360 or Android smartphones.
Now the question comes why does this problem occur? Why do these mail apps and devices not accept your correct password? The answer is very simple. These mail apps and devices were not designed to ask you for the extra security code which is required for 2-step verification. Since these apps and devices don't ask for security code, the 2-step verification procedure is not completed successfully, hence you can't sign in using your credentials in those apps and devices.
So what's the solution? The solution is very simple. Every company which provides 2-step verification feature, also allows you to create special passwords for these mail apps and devices. You can create separate passwords for each app and device and then you can use that special password to sign in to those apps or devices. Now those apps and devices will accept the new password and will allow you to access your account without any problem.
So if you have enabled 2-step verification feature in Microsoft or Gmail account and if you are facing login password problems in mail apps or devices, you just need to create above mentioned special passwords or codes to sign in without any problem.
Just follow these simple steps to create app passwords for your Microsoft or Gmail account:
A. Create App Password in Microsoft Account 1. Open your Microsoft account security settings page by clicking on following link:
Open Microsoft Account Security Settings Page
2. You'll see "App passwords" section at the bottom of the page which shows following information:
Some apps and devices don't support security codes. In these cases, you need to create an app password to sign in. 3. Click on "Create a new app password" link and it'll immediately provide you a new password generated randomly.
create_app_password_microsoft_account.png
Now you can use this new password to sign in to a 3rd party mail app or device.
B. Create Application Specific Password in Gmail Account

1. Open your Google account settings page by clicking on following link:
Open Google Account Settings Pag
2. Now click on "Security" tab given in left-side pane. Scroll down on the page and you'll see "Connected applications and sites" section at the bottom of the page.
3. Click on "Manage access" button and it'll open a new page showing following information:Some applications that work outside a browser aren't yet compatible with 2-step verification and cannot ask for verification codes, for example: email programs including Outlook, Apple Mail, or Thunderbird, older Android smartphones. To use these applications, you need to generate an application-specific password. 4. Type any desired name in given text box and click on "Generate password" button.create_application_specific_password_google_account.pngThat's it. It'll immediately provide you a new password which can be used in any mail app or device to sign in.PS: If you want to remove or disallow any mail app or device to access your account, you can remove existing app password or revoke access from devices using the same account security settings pages as mentioned in above instructions.
how that helps good luck.

Jul 24, 2014 | hotmail.com

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Hotmail passwords


On the Hotmail sign-in page, click the "Can't access your account?" link.

Jan 25, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Cancel msn account


Cancel an MSN Hotmail Account
MSN Hotmail is a free email service. If you signed up for an MSN Hotmail account and no longer use or want the account, you can cancel it.
It takes little time to cancel the account.
You only need to log in to your account to get started.
Sign in to your Hotmail account using your Windows Live ID and password.
Click the "Options" button located at the top right of the page and select "More options" from the drop-down menu.
You will be taken to a page where you can view options for managing your Hotmail account.

Look to the section labeled "Manage your account" and click the "View and edit your personal information" link.
Click the "Close account" link at the bottom of the page under the "Additional options" section.
Verify your password and click "Yes" to cancel your Hotmail account.


Cancel an MSN Hotmail Account
MSN Hotmail is a free email service. If you signed up for an MSN Hotmail account and no longer use or want the account, you can cancel it.
It takes little time to cancel the account.
You only need to log in to your account to get started.
Sign in to your Hotmail account using your Windows Live ID and password.
Click the "Options" button located at the top right of the page and select "More options" from the drop-down menu.
You will be taken to a page where you can view options for managing your Hotmail account.

Look to the section labeled "Manage your account" and click the "View and edit your personal information" link.
Click the "Close account" link at the bottom of the page under the "Additional options" section.
Verify your password and click "Yes" to cancel your Hotmail account.
Recover a Hijacked Hotmail Account
Hotmail is one of the older free Web-based email services.
Unfortunately, its age and its popularity can make it a target for hackers and other online troublemakers.
If your Hotmail account is hijacked, the hacker may change your password to keep you from logging back in to the account.
Fortunately, Microsoft gives users the opportunity to prove that a hijacked account is really theirs so that changed passwords and stolen accounts can be recovered by their rightful owners.
Attempt to log in to your Hotmail account.
If you receive a message saying that your username or password is incorrect, click the "Forgot Your Password?" link under the password field.
A page will load giving you three options for resetting your password.
Click the "I Think Someone Else Is Using My Windows Live ID" option on the password reset page. Click the "Reset Your Password" link in the instructions that appear.
Enter your Hotmail account address in the "Windows Live ID" field and type the characters that appear in the captcha image in the "Characters" field.
Click "Next" to continue the password reset process.
Select an option for resetting your password when prompted.
If you have a secondary email account included with your Hotmail account, clicking "Email Me a Reset Link" will send a link to that account which lets you reset your password.
Clicking "Security Question" prompts you with the security question you set up previously, allowing you to reset your password after answering correctly.
If neither of these options work for you, click "Customer Support" to contact Hotmail customer support and have your password reset.
Click "Next" after selecting an option.
Enter a new password when you receive access to the password reset screen.
Hotmail recommends that you create a strong password with a combination of letters, numbers, symbols and varying capitalization to make it more difficult for would-be hijackers to guess it.
Run a thorough antivirus and spyware search on your computer to make sure that you don't have a keylogger or other password-theft software installed on your PC
Such software could allow a hacker to gain access to your account again after the password has been reset.

Nov 14, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Cant sign in forgot password


On the Hotmail sign-in page click the "Can't access your account?" link below the "Sign in" button.

Mar 20, 2013 | hotmail.com

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My hotmail email is block how to unblock


Microsoft will sometimes block your Windows Live Hotmail account if the company suspects you have a compromised or hacked account or if you have incorrectly entered your password multiple times when logging in. If Microsoft has blocked your Hotmail account, you can unblock your account by resetting your password.

1.Open a Web browser, and navigate to account.live.com/password/reset.
2.Enter your Windows Live ID and the security verification code and click the "Next" button.
3.Select the "Security Question" option.
4.Answer the security question you created when you signed up for your Hotmail account.
5.Enter and confirm the new password you want to use to access your Hotmail account and click the "Continue" button.
6.Go to the Hotmail homepage.
7.Enter your Windows Live Hotmail address and password and click the "Sign In" button to open your Hotmail account. You have now unblocked your Hotmail account.

I hope the step helps you. Thanks.

Aug 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have a hotmail account and have a sign in failure. When I try to sign in I get the message that the ID or password is incorrect. I tried to change the password but couldn't because I was asked a security...


Read this page...the 3rd paragraph down says if all else fails, how to contact the windows live validation team. (windows live, MSN, and Hotmail are all the same)

http://www.windowslivehelp.com/solution.aspx?solutionid=6ea0c7b3-1473-4176-b03f-145b951dcb41

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Jun 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My account is says incorrect password ..i know its correct


On the sign in page, click on I forgot my password. It will be emailed to you.

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