Windows 10: System Restore fails: AppxStaging %ProgramFiles%\WindowsApp 0x80070091

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  1. Posts : 3,268
    10 Home x64 (1703) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       06 Mar 2017 #161

    Eagle51 said: View Post
    BTW, does anyone know how to put back that 'special' permission for the Domain\User with the EXISTS WIN://SYSAPPID on the 'WindowsApps' folder ?
    I too have the System Restore failure. I've tried some of the fixes in this thread, but on reflection decided to restore an unmolested system image and wait to see if it gets addressed on 'Patch Tuesday'. Whether it's a cause or a symptom, that particular permission is reported as being corrupt for the WindowsApps folder.

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    Edit: apparently unconnected - thanks @lx07
    Last edited by Bree; 06 Mar 2017 at 09:26. Reason: Red herring
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  2.    06 Mar 2017 #162

    This "entry is corrupt" has been there for years though. Try going to DCOM and change the authority for RuntimeBroker for example.

    You can ignore it. At the very least we should have a different thread for that or it will confuse this issue.
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  3.    06 Mar 2017 #163

    lx07 said: View Post
    This "entry is corrupt" has been there for years though. Try going to DCOM and change the authority for RuntimeBroker for example.

    You can ignore it. At the very least we should have a different thread for that or it will confuse this issue.
    Thanks, I suspected as much because I've seen that all four of my PCs.
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  4.    06 Mar 2017 #164

    On a semi-related subject, on the system boot>advanced options

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    I am missing the system restore tile. Can anyone please confirm whether or not they have it?

    When you unzipped that utility, did it ask you for a password?

    thanks
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  5. Posts : 347
    Win10 Home x64 - 1703
       06 Mar 2017 #165

    Check this post #4 and #5
    Windows 10 Troubleshoot - Advanced Options missing

    I believe the password is on the site you downloaded the file from.
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  6.    06 Mar 2017 #166

    Eagle51 said: View Post
    Check this post #4 and #5
    Windows 10 Troubleshoot - Advanced Options missing

    I believe the password is on the site you downloaded the file from.
    Yes, the password is lallouslab.
    its under the download instructions. It's easy to overlook.
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  7. Posts : 27
    Windows 10 v1607 Pro 64 bit
       07 Mar 2017 #167

    Kind regards to everyone from SimonFastEddy.

    Hello kitpzyxmir. Thank you for the response...I am just replying to your question: "Did you utilize Macrium boot recovery procedures?".

    Quite likely no. I am struggling..drowning ... whatever, in a flood of nomenclature. I'm a microbiologist turned crystallographer, turned engineer-metal turner, with my own workshop.... and nearing retirement. A good general scientist, who started with Algol60 and Basic! I am better off than many in understanding the dialogue but I'm not fluent practically. The general public will be deeper in Software House Information Technology issues with no way out. Just one bad download of a third-party app, not redemable by the System Restore function, could see them incapacitated. I hope Microsoft take notice, and I understand they aren't a charity, but - if their intent is to extinguish OpenOffice in favour of their Office, or eMClient in favour of Outlook or Firefox in favour of Internet Explorer, then they will not be writing machine code (whatever) for autonomous vehicles, with public money.

    I am concerned for people like Chris who is an accountant with a first class honours degree in busines finance and a church organist. He is in his 70s and this last Christmas he purchased two Acer Aspire XC705 computers with Windows 10 Home and Microsoft Office student version. He uses it for social communications and I had to teach him the Create a Restore Point and System Restore functions. Its 1,000 of kit and it displays: error 0x80070091 AppxStaging. He paid, believing he did the correct thing. He bought a beta version.

    We have all been here before; spiceworks confirmed as much. In September 2016 I handled Cortana breaking, with a third-party software Company, then it was prolongued black screen from Shutdown-start-up which was resolved with Windows Central, then it was AppxStaging with Ten Forums. Few consumers can dedicate that amount of time.

    Google, Amazon and Facebook have all sat in front of Parliamentary Select Committees and it's time Microsoft did likewise. Microsoft has lost control of their own monster. It's a security problem mainly. On the 6th March (Monday) autonomous vehicles were the subject of debate in the House of Commons. Is anyone willing to share road-space with a vehicle controlled by Microsoft Photomics, based on Microsoft's history of software release? Well I am a motor-cyclist and cyclist and I'm unwilling.

    Windows 10 with AppxStaging error 0x80070091 is a timely reminder; Avira doesn't call it ransomware just yet, and it must not become racketeeringware or the norm.

    Thank you everybody. Time to bail-out.
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  8.    07 Mar 2017 #168

    SimonFastEddy said: View Post
    Kind regards to everyone from SimonFastEddy.

    Hello kitpzyxmir. Thank you for the response...I am just replying to your question: "Did you utilize Macrium boot recovery procedures?".

    Quite likely no. I am struggling..drowning ... whatever, in a flood of nomenclature. I'm a microbiologist turned crystallographer, turned engineer-metal turner, with my own workshop.... and nearing retirement. A good general scientist, who started with Algol60 and Basic! I am better off than many in understanding the dialogue but I'm not fluent practically. The general public will be deeper in Software House Information Technology issues with no way out. Just one bad download of a third-party app, not redemable by the System Restore function, could see them incapacitated. I hope Microsoft take notice, and I understand they aren't a charity, but - if their intent is to extinguish OpenOffice in favour of their Office, or eMClient in favour of Outlook or Firefox in favour of Internet Explorer, then they will not be writing machine code (whatever) for autonomous vehicles, with public money.

    I am concerned for people like Chris who is an accountant with a first class honours degree in busines finance and a church organist. He is in his 70s and this last Christmas he purchased two Acer Aspire XC705 computers with Windows 10 Home and Microsoft Office student version. He uses it for social communications and I had to teach him the Create a Restore Point and System Restore functions. Its 1,000 of kit and it displays: error 0x80070091 AppxStaging. He paid, believing he did the correct thing. He bought a beta version.

    We have all been here before; spiceworks confirmed as much. In September 2016 I handled Cortana breaking, with a third-party software Company, then it was prolongued black screen from Shutdown-start-up which was resolved with Windows Central, then it was AppxStaging with Ten Forums. Few consumers can dedicate that amount of time.

    Google, Amazon and Facebook have all sat in front of Parliamentary Select Committees and it's time Microsoft did likewise. Microsoft has lost control of their own monster. It's a security problem mainly. On the 6th March (Monday) autonomous vehicles were the subject of debate in the House of Commons. Is anyone willing to share road-space with a vehicle controlled by Microsoft Photomics, based on Microsoft's history of software release? Well I am a motor-cyclist and cyclist and I'm unwilling.

    Windows 10 with AppxStaging error 0x80070091 is a timely reminder; Avira doesn't call it ransomware just yet, and it must not become racketeeringware or the norm.

    Thank you everybody. Time to bail-out.
    Hi SimonFastEddy, I enjoyed reading your post. Although I am stating the obvious and with an abundance of caution, I do hope the you are making frequent backups of the partitions on your PC to another device such as a USB drive or a NAS, with a product such as Macrium, either free or paid. This overcomes the System Restore issue while adding protection against ransomware, That is as long as the backup device is normally disconnected from your PC. It is a win-win solution.
    Bob
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  9. Posts : 3,268
    10 Home x64 (1703) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       07 Mar 2017 #169

    SimonFastEddy said: View Post
    ...it must not become racketeeringware or the norm.
    Personally, I favour 'Incompetence Theory' rather than 'Conspiracy Theory' as the explanation...
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  10.    09 Mar 2017 #170

    I earlier posted that I thought this was caused by the Cumulative Update KB3213986 and then hesitated. I have today built a new system from scratch, installed Windows 10 Pro 64 bit and the System Restore problem 0x80070091 is present immediately. Windows has done no updates and the problem is there.
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