How to Open an Old Myspace Address

By Anita Dixon

Gaining access to your old Myspace account takes just a few minutes.
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When Myspace launched in 2003, the social networking site roared to popularity, but it has declined in recent years. During its heyday, you might have set up a profile on the site. Even if you have not actively used Myspace for a few years, there's a good chance your profile is still active. Accessing your Myspace profile requires that you enter your email address and password. If you've forgotten your login information, Myspace provides a simple method to recover your account information.

Forgot Email

Go to and select “Login.”

Click on the “Forgot password?” link.

Look for the link next to “Unable to login?” and click on it.

Choose the option to enter your account/user ID or your Myspace URL. Enter the requested information and type the verification code.

Click “Send” to have password reset instructions sent to the primary and alternate email addresses for your Myspace account.

Follow the instructions in the email to log in to Myspace.

Forgot Password

Click “Login” on the Myspace homepage.

Click “Forgot password?” if you do not know your password.

Enter the email address you signed up with and the security code shown on the page.

Click “Send” to have a password-reset email sent to you.

Follow the instructions in the email to access your account.

Forgot Email and Password

Go to the Myspace Help page (link in Resources) and type "Declaration Form" in the search box.

Select “Login Issues” in the pop-up box that opens.

Look for the “Declaration Form” link and click on it.

Fill out the required information on the form.

Print out a copy of the form for your records before clicking “Send.” If you are under the age of 18, have your parent or legal guardian sign the printed form and scan it. Attach the scanned copy to the form before clicking the “Send” button.