Look for the ProfileImagePath and look for the user account that is having this issue. Changing to a local machine sign-in It appears Microsoft has learned a little bit of a lesson from Windows 8, as the process for changing to a local machine sign-in is significantly easier in Windows 10. Hope this helps, otherwise, I have no idea. Thank you for taking the time to help! Another option was clicking the power icon on the login screen, hold shift and click reboot. Method 5: Update device drivers Faulty installed device drivers could be the cause of this problem. They would prefer, instead, to continue to use a local machine account for signing in.
Find the reasons and choose a proper way to unblock Microsoft account for Windows 10. I will never trust microsoft again, this has been a massive headache. Mandy Windows 10 users are reporting about it. I can't really install many Windows updates, some do some don't. I found this solution on another website and it worked for me. I just want it back the way it was. The only solution for you is to reset Windows 10 login password.
And on my other I just upgraded from 7 to 10 and started with a local account. Now you will be able to access the computer. If you use both of them, is the password the same or different. Click the Sign out button. Right-click on it and go to its Properties. So, the other day i wanted to watch a movie and downloaded one, and accidentally a malware with it.
The next time you sign in to Windows, use your Microsoft account name and password. I've signed out of the account and signed back in with no luck. Then you might need to install the operating system again. A screen shot of where that set-up option lives and how to disable it? If you can, then try. You have a OneDrive icon. Sign into Microsoft account using web browser To repair damaged system, you have to purchase the licensed version of Reimage Reimage.
So kind of trapped with this issue. Read , it should work. I know this is probably a dead comment section, but this is a problem that I need solving, and would appreciate any help. When I try your method, and press the restart button as soon as the windows logo shows up, it turns the pc off, every time. If yes, then you can reset the password using web browser.
Also, did you check if you are able to sign-in to your Microsoft account on any of the Microsoft's website? Hello again NoMetalJacket If possible, please do and I'll try to figure out the issue and give you the solution. I think that this can be fixed by deleting the Windows. What that means is that it is a peice of text that Windows recogonizes as the location of your profile folder. Would it cause some undesired effects if I got the RefBack to 1, restarted in Safe Mode, and changed it to 0 again? Just upgraded to Windows 10 and skipped the sign up process at the beginning. In that case, this post is sure to help you. Continue reading below for the steps.
After that I can not sign in. Way 3: Edit registry and add Microsoft account again to Windows 10 If changing group policy still could not help, please try to solve your problem in registry editor. Also, here is the YouTube link showing my problem:. Back when I acquired my Windows 8 computer I went with the Microsoft account login, seeing no harm in it. I am quite unimpressed with this and the need to enter a different password to log into my computer account.
This problem can often be fixed by signing out of your account and then signing back in. When I have had it, I think it is after removing a profile in explorer and logging back on so the system tries to create a new profile but because there is a reference to it in the registry it just creates a temporary profile. Then log out and try to log in the problematic account with the new password. Once again I logged in with the account that had the problem abd the new password. But now I cannot log onto the computer at all, it is saying my password is not recognised but I know which password I set for it! Yesterday, 20 Sept 2016, my computer updated windows 10.