8B010027 (err 39) - Cannot verify status - passport sign in required. What should I do?
INDICATIONS THAT SHOWS ERROR
The number “39” appears in the lower-left corner with the below error message:
8B010027: Cannot verify account status
Find out the steps to fix this error.
Make sure that your system date and time are correct:
Right-click the notification area at the far right of the taskbar, which displays your clock and/or other icons.
Click Adjust Date/Time.
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Add a New Dial-Up connection/location:
Start MSN, but do not sign in.
At the top of the sign in screen, click Connection Settings.
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Click New, and then click Next.
Enter your home phone number and type a name for the new location, then click Next.
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On the Access Numbers screen, check to make sure the numbers listed are local to you and also the dialing pattern is correct, and then click Next.
Click on the checkbox next to I accept the recommended numbers and click Accept
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