Let’s see how to fix Windows 10 PIN Issue “Something happened and your PIN isn’t available Click to set up your PIN again”.
Microsoft recently had Windows 10 PIN-related issues with the June 2021 monthly “C” release preview updates.
You can get more details about Windows 10 PIN in the post “What is Windows 10 PIN and How to Set PIN for Windows 10″. You might also see these issues with the PIN, and you can refer to the following post to learn How to Reset the Windows PIN of a Windows 10 laptop/desktop.
You can refer to the Windows 10 version details in the following blog post – Windows 10 Version Numbers Build Numbers. You can also learn about the difference between Major, Minor, Build, and Rev details.
The issue with Windows 10 PIN isn’t available Click
When you sign in to Windows 10 device, you might get the following error related to PIN. Don’t worry; there is nothing wrong with your PIN setup; rather, you have hit a Windows 10 known issue.
“Something happened and your PIN isn’t available. Click to set up your PIN again”
Fix Windows 10 PIN Issue – your PIN isn’t available
Microsoft acknowledged the issue with Windows 10 PIN, and they have released an optional KB article KB5003690. Updates an issue in which signing in using a PIN fails. The error message is, “Something happened, and your PIN isn’t available. Click to set up your PIN again.”
Windows 10 sign-in issues (Windows 10 PIN Issue) with a PIN can be resolved by installing the optional hotfix kb5003690. This is the preview hotfix released as a monthly “C” release preview update.
- How to Reset Windows PIN of a Windows 10 Machine | Forget PIN | How to Fix Guide
- Windows 10 Version Numbers Build Numbers Major Minor Build Rev | Easy Way to understand Version Numbers
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