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There are no definite reasons as to why the error occurs. But, there are always solutions that can help you fix the problem.
Fix Microsoft Store Error 0x80073D05 when Installing Apps on Windows 10
Method #1 – Run Windows Troubleshooter
- Launch Start and select Settings.
- Go to Update & Security.
- Select Troubleshoot.
- On the right side, look for the Windows Store Apps.
- Under it, click the Run the troubleshooter button.
- Wait for the process to finish as it is trying to fix the error.
Method #2 – Check for Updates on your Windows 10
There may be existing updates waiting to be installed that can help you fix the error. To update your Windows 10, follow the steps below.
- Click Start.
- Go to Settings and select Update & Security.
- Click Windows Update.
- On the right side, look for the Check for updates button and click.
- If there are updates available, click Install Now and wait for the process to finish.
- Restart your computer.
Method #3 – Sync Your Windows Store App
- Launch your Windows Store App.
- Go to Settings.
- Click App Updates.
- At the bottom, look for Sync Licenses and click to start syncing.
- Once done, restart your computer.
Method #4 – Run a System File Checker
- Press Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box.
- Type cmd and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to launch Run as administrator.
- Type sfc /scannow.
- Press Enter.
- It will scan and fix errors. Restart your computer when done.
Method #5 – Clear Windows Store Cache
- Launch Run dialog box and type C:\Windows\System32. Press Enter.
- Look for the WSReset.exe app. Right-click and select Run as administrator.
- After the process, the message “The cache for the Store was cleared. You can now browse the Store for apps.” will appear.
- However, if you encounter the message, “Windows Store cache may be damaged,” you will need to rename your Windows Store Cache folder.
- To rename, launch the Run dialog box again.
- Type C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.WindowsStore_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState and press Enter.
- Look for the Cache folder and change the name to Cache.old.
- In any area in the LocalState folder, right-click to select Add New and click Folder.
- Rename the folder Cache.
- Close the window and restart your computer.
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