N/APosted on - 10/18/2017
I am using Windows 10 64bit operating system in my computer so genuinely I have to keep my computer logged into Microsoft account in to receive the update patches released by Microsoft also for installing any apps from windows store, for setting reminders, saving contacts, receiving emails and for many other activities.
So recently I formatted my PC, and I was prompted to log in to my Microsoft account, and when I tried to it’s, not logging in. Here I don’t know what the problem maybe I tried resetting my password etc but of no use.
So do anyone know how to solve this login tomicrosoft account issue in Windows 10 operating system?
How To Solve Can’t Login To Microsoft Account Issue In Windows 10
Solution 1: Performing Default recovery steps by Microsoft.
Now, these are some of the typical default recovery steps provided by Microsoft, and you can use these steps only in cases like if you have forgotten your password or email id.They are simple and are
clearly instructed after each step.
Solution 2: Make changes in group policy settings.
Now in scenarios where you know all your login credentials but still can’t login to your Microsoft account then there are quite some of solutions you can try, and one among them is making changes in group policy settings. Try the following steps:
Step 1: open the Edit Group policies in group policies editor by searching it in the search bar.
Step 2: Now go to Computer Configuration then Policies then Windows Settings then Security Settings then Local Policies then Security Options then Other then Accounts: Block Microsoft Accounts
Step 3: Now go to find accounts: Block Microsoft accounts, then right click and select properties.
Step 4: From there select This policy is disabled.
Solution 3: Editing Registry.
Now if the previous solution didn’t work then your Group policy have not blocked your account. Now, in that case, you can try this registry fix.
Do as follows:
Step 1: Open Registry Editor by typing in Regedit in the search bar.
Step 2: Now go to HKEY_USERS then DEFAULT then Software then Microsoft then IdentityCRL then Stored Identities
Step 3: Now look for your account there, right click and delete it.
Step 4: Try to login again.