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Windows Live account blocked

by bh0526 / July 20, 2012 11:37 PM PDT

I tried to log in to a MS forum I belobg using my Windows Live account. I got a message saying I was blocked. It asked me to click a button to have a code sent to my email. The problem is, it's an old email account I used years ago and never updated. I no longer have access to this email and hence, the code they sent.

How can I get my account unblocked? I can't find a phone number or email for customer support.

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