You may try the following steps for a possible solution. – Open Run (Windows + R) then type “gpedit.msc” – Go over to the Administrative templates > All settings > “Apply the default account picture to all user” double click it and select disable See the attached picture for reference
How do I fix account picture error?
Open Explorer, navigate to the root system drive, i.e. C: (installation disk).
In the menu bar, click on the “View” tab. When the arch appears, check the box next to the Hidden Items option. You can also help from – How to enable hidden files and folders in Windows 10.
Why is my Microsoft account picture not changing?
Right-click on the account image you see in the top left corner of the launcher diagram, then select Change Credit Account Settings. If you are likely to see a splash screen, right-click on the account image in the top right corner of the splash screen and select the Change Credit Account Image option.
Why does my Microsoft account say something went wrong?
Sign in with a local account, start the computer, and sign in with the correct username and Microsoft account information. To make sure you are using the correct username and password. Sign in to account.live.com and see if you can sign in. Restart your computer several times or check for Windows updates.
How do I reset my Microsoft profile picture?
Sign in to the Your Info page with your Microsoft account. Select “Add Image”, edit another image and follow the instructions as usual.
Failed to set the exact account image. 1. Check spyware and adware for viruses or other malicious systems lurking on your system. 2.Install virtual machine, install win10, use Ms online account, modify the image there, check if it works. 3. Reinstall Windows10 from USB, not main OS, all backups anywhere
1 Open File Explorer from the taskbar. If you don’t see an explorer associated with the taskbar, select Launch with File Type Explorer. Navigate to C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\AccountPictures. 2 If you can’t find AppData in the explorer folder, it might be optional. 3 Delete the account structure you no longer want to create.
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