Tips To fix Windows Store Apps Not Working Properly (Server Stumbled Error 0x801901F7,windows store error code 0x80073cf9,windows 10 store won’t open )
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Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 users have a common issue of windows store not working. Windows store stuck to green bag and hangs at the very start screen while opening Windows store – this is the actual problem. Somebody has faced problems regarding downloading, installing, uninstalling apps from the Windows apps store. The store either shows an error message or hangs at the blue bag window. This is a very common problem for Windows 8.1 users and the problem still persists in the latest Windows 10 OS
There are many causes fir this problem or error like corruption of file system, unfinished installation of windows installer program, wrong registry entries in windows registry editor, virus attack, bugs attack, hard drive fails to communicate with BIOS request and Old or outdated Windows driver may cause error code 0x801901F7; these are the main causes of this windows driver error.
Here Are some Tips To Fix The Problems and avoid from Errors.
Disable Proxy Connection
Your proxy settings might be stopping your Windows store from opening. Follow these steps to disable your internet proxy settings:
Press Windows key + W, which opens up charms bar, type in “Internet Options”.
Select the “Internet Options” which opens up “Internet Properties” window.
Under the “Connections” tab click on “LAN Settings”
Uncheck “Use Proxy server” option and click on “OK”
TROUBLESHOOT WINDOWS UPDATE SETTING
Windows store and Windows update procedure are very closely related, so, it will be always the best practice to reset Windows update service and fix Windows store not working problem.
Run the inbuild Windows store Apps Troubleshooter
When this App troubleshooter is run, it automatically fixes some of the basic issues that might be preventing your Store or apps from running – such as lower screen resolution, incorrect security or account settings, etc.
Try clearing the cache
Sometimes, too much cache might be bloating Windows Store app, causing it to not function efficiently. Clearing the cache, in such case, might come in handy. It’s pretty easy to do as well. Press Windows key + R. Then type wsreset.exe and hit OK.
Command Prompt mode
If Windows Store is still not working for you, click on Windows key + R (this will open Command Prompt). Type (or copy) and enter the following command as it is:
powershell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $Env:SystemRootWinStoreAppxManifest.xml
CHECK CORRUPTED SYSTEM FILES AND REPLACE
Presence of corrupted system files may prevent Windows apps store from opening. If you can sort out all the corrupted files and replace them with the non-corrupted versions, it might solve the issue for you.
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