change the emails on the administrative account

Is it possible to change the email associated with my administrative account? I accidentally closed Windows Live account with this email, and now the password doesn't always work.

Hi Riley,

Please answer a few questions to refine the question.

1. how exactly did you did close the account? You closed the account associated with your profile?

2. When you say 'administrative account? You earn account Windows 8?

If you closed the account with Microsoft profile management, I suggest to contact Microsoft forums account to get help on the way to recover the account or create a new.

You can post the question in the Microsoft account forums.

http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/windowslive/Forum/LiveID?tab=QnA

Hope this information helps. Provide more information so that we can help you.

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