Windows 10: Microsoft account doesn't show up in login screen

Discus and support Microsoft account doesn't show up in login screen in Windows Hello & Lockscreen to solve the problem; A few hours ago, my PC's power was cut by a power outage. The power is back on now, but the account I normally use has vanished from the login list. I... Discussion in 'Windows Hello & Lockscreen' started by hh9999, May 10, 2022.

  1. hh9999 Win User

    Microsoft account doesn't show up in login screen


    A few hours ago, my PC's power was cut by a power outage. The power is back on now, but the account I normally use has vanished from the login list. I can't add it onto the PC because it exists as an account on the PC already, I can't delete it because net user delete doesn't work, and virtually no online solutions works.

    :)
     
    hh9999, May 10, 2022
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  2. ATIonion Win User

    login screens

    goto CONTROL PANEL/ USER ACCOUNTS then you have to remove all the other accounts except for the one you logon with....then restart...it should bypass the login tho it will still show the screen for it...it will continue to load windows...good luck*Rockout :rockout:



    edit:: it asks for a login when there are more then one accounts..or if you set a pw to your login name...
     
    ATIonion, May 10, 2022
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  3. Changed my Microsoft account password but windows login keeps accepting old password

    Hi,

    I have a Microsoft account (to be specific, it's a Passport account. I created it with a gmail account) and I recently changed my password and activated two-step verification with Microsoft Authenticator app.

    The new password works perfectly in any web page, but doesn´t work when I try to login in my notebook. Windows login keeps accepting old password, and doesn´t accept the new one.

    Am I doing something wrong or this is some kind of bug?

    Thanks.
     
    Axel Salomon, May 10, 2022
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  4. Microsoft account doesn't show up in login screen

    Windows 10 - No user accounts showing on login screen

    What helped me and my Acer laptop is to enter bios and change graphic card from switchable to integrated. Next time if login screen doesn`t show up change to opposite. Its weird but it works every time. That`s only quick fix but i couldn`t find any better
    solution.
     
    pawelt_934, May 10, 2022
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