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I'm trying to download a service pack and Microsoft wants me to sign in. Yet the signin page redirects back to itself a couple of times and then says it can't do it. I try and go to Microsoft.com - just to view the homepage! - and it's trying to sign me in and fails with "Something went wrong and we can't sign you in right now. Please try again later" (and has since last night).
Something wrong with login.live.com or is it just me?
First go to the reset for your microsoft login account username and password page.second you choose reason for password reset.third, Enter the email id for microfost addresss that email id end page hotmail.com or livemail.com.fourth, to have seen the screen for login character then click next. finally , If you've added security info to your account, we'll send a one-time code to the alternate phone number or email address you gave us. After you enter that code on the next screen, you'll be able to make a new password.
I have been having a similar problem when logging into the Azure portal. It is confusing my Office 365 (aka "Work") account with my Live account - both of which are using the same email address. When I use InPrivate mode on the (Edge) browser, it prompts me for which account to use (Live or Work). I can then choose my Live account and all is fine.
I think at some point I saved my Office 365 account("remember me") in the browser, so whenever I don't use the InPrivate mode it automatically goes to this account. I imagine if you killed the cookies for this it would work fine (need to try this when I have a moment as well...)
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