MSN offer different kinds of services to the users in the same page. Users can access mails, enjoy videos, play games, and perform various other operations from one single page. But in order to use these features users need to first login to the account. It is then the issue arises because someone may have changed the account password without informing the user. Recovering the account password is a complex process and is advised to all the users to change the account password at regular intervals in order to maintain security and integrity of the account. MSN password reset is the medium by which users can connect to the technicians to get their password related issues fixed.
Let us now try to understand the commonly faced issues by the users of MSN account.
Below mentioned is the detailed procedure to reset password of the MSN account for users who are facing password issues.
Step 1: Users can directly click on this link to go to the password reset page.
Step 2: Click on "I forgot my Password" from the options available on the screen.
Step 3: Enter the username or the mail address for which you want to reset the password.
Step 4: Enter the characters as appeared on the screen keeping in mind the end goal to check that you are not a robot.
Step 5: Resetting the account password can be done either by alternate mail or phone number verification and users who don't have any of these can choose secret answer method as the mode to reset the password.
Step 6: Depending upon the mode chosen users will get a onetime code, entering which users can recover the password.
Users are free to dial the 24/7 MSN password reset number if they are unable to follow any of the above mentioned steps or if you require experts to do it for you. The technicians give tips to the users to create a strong and secure password for the account. Users can choose remote assistance as the mode if the technicians are miles away. Users can choose onsite assistance as the mode if the technicians are available at some nearby location. For instant or minor issue resolution users can live chat with the technicians.