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Chrome browser is asking for Windows pwd but not accepting any pwd

When I try to view pwds in the Chrome browser I get asked for my "Windows password".
Ive looked at these passwords in the past.
I dont have a "windows passord" and have tried all the pwds I have and nothing works.
Thank you,
Mark88
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Mark O'Brien
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helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
which version of Chrome do you have?

try to browse chrome://flags, then find Disable Password Manager Reauthentication and Enable this. Restart your Chrome browser and try if it helps
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Mark O'BrienDispatch Software Support and Server AdministrationAuthor Commented:
i didnt find Disable Password Manager Reauthentication
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Mark O'BrienDispatch Software Support and Server AdministrationAuthor Commented:
I can use my pwd at work to get in I just discovered.  But the pin I use at home on Win 10 wont work
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Kenny InnesCommented:
reinstall Chrome from control panel and then restart.

I had this issue and this simply resolved it.
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Mark O'BrienDispatch Software Support and Server AdministrationAuthor Commented:
I tried that too and nothing.  
What I did to fix it is actually spend 45 minutes changing my MS live account pwd
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Mark O'BrienDispatch Software Support and Server AdministrationAuthor Commented:
Testing to be sure this worked too
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Mark O'BrienDispatch Software Support and Server AdministrationAuthor Commented:
This question can be closed.  I found the answer myself.  I changed my MS account pwd
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