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# 257281 24-Sep-2019 09:33
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I have been googling this for a few weeks now. 

 

I can't download or update any apps in the Microsoft Store app. I have tried signing out, terminating the app, resetting the app, 

 

Everything Youtube and forums tell me to do but still not working, It's only just happened and a new laptop with all the latest updates 

 

Could anyone help me? 

 

Thanks





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  # 2323713 24-Sep-2019 09:34
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I had that for a while on a work Surface.  Once I reimaged it started working fine.  I tried all sorts of things that were recommended online but nothing helped until a reimage.




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Thanks for that, I'll look into that.





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  # 2331777 7-Oct-2019 11:11
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gehenna:

 

I had that for a while on a work Surface.  Once I reimaged it started working fine.  I tried all sorts of things that were recommended online but nothing helped until a reimage.

 

 

I had it by trying to do a win7 style of profile rebuild (delete regkey and rename %userprofile%) which broke all the Win10 Apps/store for ages but it eventually came right although not sure if that was time or me doing something that didn't have an immediate fix.


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