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iCloud login error - Account limit reached

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Hi,

As I wrote in the topic, I have a problem logging in to my account (on Hackintosh). The error I get is "Account limit reached". I use Clover. Is there any way to resolve this login problem?

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If I remember rightly i fixed this ages ago by removing my network interface and re-adding a new one using exactly the same network card.
 

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@woehh, @demo84, please update your profile (personal details) with your Motherboard or Make/Model, CPU and Graphics Card.
The Rules said:
Profiles need to contain at least your primary system to assist others with helping you.
 

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I have a problem logging in to my account (on Hackintosh). The error I get is "Account limit reached". I use Clover. Is there any way to resolve this login problem?
Open Safari and log in to iCloud.com
Click on Find iPhone
Click the down arrow next to All Devices
If there are spurious devices in the list from previous failed attempts click each one and Remove from Account.
You should also remove any unwanted devices from your Apple ID through the link on the iCloud page,
or by directly logging in to your Apple ID page.
 
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Open Safari and log in to iCloud.com
Click on Find iPhone
Click the down arrow next to All Devices
If there are spurious devices in the list from previous failed attempts click each one and Remove from Account.
You should also remove any unwanted devices from your Apple ID through the link on the iCloud page,
or by directly logging in to your Apple ID page.
I have only this:
 

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If you click on 'Settings' (as shown in your screen shot) in Web Base iCloud all devices will be shown what are attributed to your account, then you should be abled to remove any unwanted device from the account.
 
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