Error 0xD000000D prompts when you launch the Windows Store. The error code also appears when you try performing any tasks in the Windows Store. After installing the latest updates in the computer, several Windows users reported they are facing this issue with the Windows Store.
There are different factors causing the error 0xD000000D in your computer and not letting the Windows Store properly. As per our research, we have listed the possible troubleshooting steps that helps you to fix the Windows Store error on your computer. The error message on your computer appears as:
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If you are facing this issue on your computer, you can follow the below resolution steps and try fixing the error on your own.
How to fix Windows Store error 0xD000000D?
Quick Note: Recommend you to create a System Restore point before proceeding with the resolution steps. If something goes wrong during the troubleshooting, you can restore your computer back to previous working state.
Follow the below resolution steps one by one and check if the issue gets resolve after each step. If the error remains, you can continue with the further resolution steps.
Run Windows Apps Troubleshooter:
You can try running the Windows in-built Apps troubleshooter and try fixing the Windows Store error 0xD000000D. To perform the same, follow the below resolution steps.
- Press Windows logo + I keys on keyboard to open Settings Window and click on Update & Security.
2. Select the option Troubleshoot and choose the option Windows Store Apps.
3. Click on Windows Store Apps and select the option Run the troubleshooter.
4. Troubleshooter will take a while to detect the errors. If it found any errors, it will display them and ask you to Apply this fix.
5. Click on Apply this fix and wait for a while.
6. After few minutes, it will complete and prompts you to close the Window.
Now, close the troubleshooter window, reboot your computer and try to launch the Windows Store. If the error remains, you can proceed with the further resolution steps.
Reset Windows Store Settings to fix error 0xD000000D:
If some of the Windows Store files damaged or corrupted, the error 0xD000000D prompts when you launch Windows Store. Most of the users fixed the issue with the Windows Store by resetting the Windows Store settings.
You can restore the Windows Store settings in two different ways. In this article, we are discussing both the ways to reset Windows Store settings.
Reset Windows Store setting using Settings App:
- Press Windows logo + I keys on keyboard to open Settings window and click on the option Apps.
2. Scroll down and locate the option Microsoft Store.
3. You won’t be able to Move or Uninstall this app. Click on Advanced Options.
4. Now, scroll down and select the option Reset.
This will take a while and reset the Microsoft Store. Reboot your computer and try launching the Windows Store. It should work fine this time. If the issue remains, you can proceed with the further resolution steps.
Reset Windows Store using Command Prompt:
You can reset the Windows store settings using the elevated Command prompt. To perform the same, follow the below resolution steps.
- Click on Windows icon, type CMD. Right click on Command Prompt and select the option Run as Administrator.
2. In the elevated Command Prompt, type WSRESET.EXE and hit enter.
3. It will reset the Windows Store along with all its associated dependencies.
Once it is completed, reboot your computer and see if the issue with error 0xD000000D gets fix. If the issue remains, you can try installing the available updates in your computer.
Install Windows Updates on your computer:
If none of the above troubleshooting steps works, you can try installing the available updates in the computer and try installing them. If there are any Updates related to Windows Store are pending, it may not work properly. Therefore, follow the below steps and install Updates in your computer.
- Launch Settings window and click on Update & Security.
2. Click on Check for Updates option.
3. Computer will check for the Updates for a while and prompts to install if any available. Install all the available updates and reboot your computer.
Try launching the Windows Store now. Windows store should work fine without error 0xD000000D on your computer. If the error remains, you can try performing the System reset on your Windows 10 computer.
The above all troubleshooting steps helps you to fix the issue with the Windows Store error 0xD000000D. If you face any other issues in your computer, do let us know in comments. We will help you in fixing them out.