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Hotmail Customer Service | Technical Service Toll-free (+1-844-832-5538)
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Hotmail Change Password
Use Your Secret Questions
Also, remember that the server will determine which of the secret questions will be made available to you; for the Hotmail account sign in.
Contact Hotmail customer service for a password reset If you have forgotten your Hotmail password and wish to use your security questions, head over to Hotmail Contact page and select Password and sign in.
Under sub-topic two, select Forgot Password, under Recommended Option, enter your email address and click on Submit.
Click Next. If prompted, enter the CAPTCHA code.
•   Select Use my secret questions, followed by Next. Then enter the answers to your security questions.
•   If entered correctly, Hotmail will prompt you to enter a new password. And change your earlier Hotmail password enter your new passcode and click on Next to finish your password recovery.
Note: If you do not have secret queries on file that reset possibility will not be out there in Sign-in Helper.
Finding it hard recalling what’s the answer to your security questions?
Try resetting it using your recovery email or mobile number.
Invalid ID or Password Message
If your attempts to log in result with an Invalid ID or Invalid Password error message, Hotmail change password this signals that you’ve entered a password and ID combination that doesn’t match what’s on record.
If you are certain that you are providing the proper sign-in data, there are a few scenarios as to why this is happening.
•   If your secret code contains numbers or letters, make sure that your caps lock or number lock keys are activated.
•   Case-sensitive codes are often entered incorrectly due to keystroke sensitivity.
Take a look at your browser’s auto-fill settings. If your browser usually fills-in your password for you automatically and you’ve changed your password recently, you’ll be required to enter your new password manually to override your browser settings.
If you’re sure that you’re entering the correct information, this could be an indication that someone else accessed your account and changed your password.
Reset your password immediately using the Password Helper tool. Once you regain access to your account, review the steps to secure a hacked account to revert any changes made without your knowledge.
Important Note: If you can’t answer the secret question either and you do not have access to your alternate e-mail address or phone number also, there is nothing else you can do from here as Hotmail is not able to tell that you are the legitimate owner.

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