The URL can be found in the browser’s address bar. The part that follows https://myspace.com/ is your UserName. You may use your Username and password to log into your account.
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How to Log Into My Old MySpace Account : The Tech Factor
We’ve moved pictures for all classic/old Myspace accounts. They can be found in your Mixes section of your profile. … Unfortunately, if you cannot find your old profile, we will be unable to assist you with retrieval since the old Myspace was never transferred to the new Myspace.
If you access the Classic site, your Myspace profile is still there. Here are a few articles on how to sign up, update your settings, and activate your profile.
Go to the MySpace “Forgot Login” page in your Web browser (see link in Resources). Select the “MySpace URL” option from the drop-down menu in the top half of the form. In the key field, type the letters and numbers from the security CAPTCHA code.
If you forgot your Myspace email address, you can use your Username to regain access to your account. You’ll need to create a password. If you can’t remember your password, see if it’s available by entering Forgot Password. This will send an email to the email address associated with the Username you specified.
Most email services have a way for you to get back access to your account. Many email providers offer the option of sending a recovery link to an authorized email address or phone number. You can use this link to obtain a new password and login again into your account after clicking it.
If your classic Myspace account is linked to your new Myspace presence, the images and albums from your profile will be automatically copied over. If there are albums/photos with space for photographs that don’t load, this indicates that the pictures have been deleted from Myspace servers.