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    Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87E10BCF Fix

    by binakuniversallinks ·

    This error has been surfacing while i am trying to install a new app on my computer or update an existing one.

    How do i resolve it permanently??

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    • #3943394

      Re: 0x87E10BCF

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87E10BCF Fix

      If I search Google for 0x87E10BCF it gives links to a lot of solutions. Maybe one of them works for you.

      If not, try the DISM-fix you posted earlier today.

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      Method to fix Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87E10BCF

      by RachelGomez161999 ·

      In reply to Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87E10BCF Fix

      Reset Microsoft Store
      The first thing that you should do when you encounter the problem in question is to reset the Microsoft Store on your computer. As it turns out, Microsoft Stores comes preinstalled with the Windows operating system and like most of the other preinstalled apps, there is no actual way of completely uninstalling it from your system. However, Windows gives you the option of resetting the application when you run into any issues with it.

      Resetting Microsoft Store will get rid of its cache files and essentially reinstall the application on your system. To reset Microsoft Store, follow the instructions that are given down below:

      – First of all, press Windows key + I on your keyboard to bring up the Windows Settings app.

      – Then, on the Settings window, make your way to Apps.

      – There, navigate to the Apps and features option provided.

      – After that, from the list of installed apps shown, search for Microsoft Store.

      – Select it and then click on the Advanced options option provided.

      – On the Advanced settings screen, scroll down and click the Reset button provided.

      – Once you have done that, go ahead and see if that resolves the problem for you.

      This may help you,
      Rachel Gomez

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