Fix: “Oops, something went wrong” while logging in to Windows 10
Since the introduction of Windows 8 / 8.1, Microsoft made the norm using a Microsoft account as a profile. You can use a local profile, but there are many benefits (including synchronization between the device and purchase the Microsoft Store) with a Microsoft Account in play. However, there are also some errors. And strange. Namely, some casual users hit an even more relaxed bearing fault “Oops, something went wrong” prompt when trying to log in with a Microsoft account on Windows 10.
1: Make sure you get the right
You may be aware of this, but it is always worth double or even triple-check the password is entered. Make sure the keyboard / appropriate language and that Caps Lock is not active. It’s obvious but, we mostly took note of this for users who have a problem logging into the system with a Microsoft account. And there’s only this much you can do with those unwanted scenarios.
It’s tough for any fault system, including updates or even malware, Microsoft to change your account’s password. And if you’ve just changed online, be sure to activate the network on the home screen to allow the PC to refresh. However, if you can not do it after many tries and even after the repeated password, move to the second step in the list.
2: Delete credentials
Your credentials (and all Windows credentials are stored) are stored in a particular folder. As the case has been demonstrated many times, many important system files may be damaged, and thus a problem arises. What you have to do to solve this is to remove the contents of the folder Credentials. After that, you can rebuild your account.
Here’s how to do it in Windows 10:
- At the bar Windows Search, type% localappdata% and press Enter.
- Microsoft’s an open folder and deletes the folder Credentials.
- Restart your PC and try logging again.