If you can't remember your password, your password isn't working (and you've made sure Caps Lock is off), or if you think someone has stolen or hacked your Microsoft account, go here to reset your password.
There are two ways forward, depending on how you’ve set up or used your account:
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. When you enter that code on the next screen, you'll be able to make a new password.
If you don't have or can't get to your alternate phone number or email address, tap I don't have access to these. You'll go to a security questionnaire, where you’ll be asked for info like the subject lines of email you recently sent from your account, your birthdate, credit card info, and other details that only you would know.
If you're sure you're using the right password but still can't sign in, your account might have been compromised. It's possible that a hacker has guessed or stolen your password, and might be using your account to access your personal info or send spam. We can help you recover your account, and help prevent it from being hacked again.
Try to sign in to your Microsoft account.
Do one of the following:
If you can still sign in to your Microsoft account, you should change your password immediately, so whoever stole your old password can no longer use it. Tap or click the Security & password page, tap or click Change your password, and then follow the instructions.
If you can't sign in to your account, a hacker might have changed your password and taken over your account. Tap or click Can't access your account?, select I think someone else is using my Microsoft account, tap or click Next, and follow the instructions.
You can also go directly to the Reset your password page, and follow the instructions.
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