Tuesday, July 9, 2013

How To Change An MSN Password Without A Secret Answer

The Windows Live network was formerly known as the Microsoft Network, or simply as MSN. It is a web brand whose products include Windows Live Messenger and Hotmail. When you establish your Windows Live ID, which is an email address and password with which you can access both of these services, you will be required to set a Security Question to answer in the event that you lost your password. If you have forgotten the answer to the question, you can have Windows send an email to your secondary email address. Contact Windows Live help to reset your password, in case you have not mentioned a secondary email address.


  • Enter your Windows Live ID on the Windows Live Reset Your Password page. Enter all the characters you see in the image verification string, and click on the Next button.
  • Click on the Email a Reset Link option if you placed a secondary email account on file when you set up account. Verify that the email listed is one to which you still have access, and then click on the Next button to send the link to your secondary email address. Access your secondary email and click the link within the email from Windows to be taken to a page where you can enter a new password.
  • Highlight the circle next to Customer Support if you do not have a secondary email address on file, you will notice that if you do not have it, then the Email Me a Reset Link option will not appear. Click on Customer Support and enter both your Windows Live ID and the email address at which you want Windows to contact you. Click Continue and enter information to verify your identity, such as your full name, date of birth, state of residence, passwords you have used to sign into your account in the past, recent email subjects and the names of contacts in your contact list. Click on Continue to submit the information to Windows, who will review it and contact you at the email address you have provided.

Given above, are the instructions that you have to follow in order to change your MSN password quickly. These instructions were provided by our Windows Live help team and you can finish off the procedure quickly.

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