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    Windows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's


    Hello, i am having an ongoing issue with Window' 10's App store following the Anniversary Update


    Windows Store crashes after i click on any apps.


    I tried hitting CMD = wsreset as administrator privilege mode too but the problem still continuous.


    I also attempted the timezone fix, but the problem persist's, and attempting to re-register Window's Store does not work also.

    it would be nice if there was a resolution to this.

    http://pastebin.com/vLC0zTJL <-- The Error Window's PowerShell gives me when attempting to Re-Register Windows's Store.

    Last edited by FlatoutDude; 14 Aug 2016 at 14:43.
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  2. Posts : 9
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  3. Posts : 34,907
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    Did you use an elevated instance of Powershell? I.e. run it as admin?

    Note: forum rules prohibit thread bumping, useless 1 liners...

    For interest:
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/window...ing-windows-10
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    dalchina said:
    Did you use an elevated instance of Powershell? I.e. run it as admin?

    Note: forum rules prohibit thread bumping, useless 1 liners...

    For interest:
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/window...ing-windows-10
    yes i did, still didn't work
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    dalchina said:
    Did you use an elevated instance of Powershell? I.e. run it as admin?

    Note: forum rules prohibit thread bumping, useless 1 liners...

    For interest:
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/window...ing-windows-10
    Windows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's-adminshell.png
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  6. Posts : 9
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    dalchina said:
    Did you use an elevated instance of Powershell? I.e. run it as admin?

    Note: forum rules prohibit thread bumping, useless 1 liners...

    For interest:
    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/window...ing-windows-10
    also, this happened when attempting to reinstall default windows 10 apps using the link you gave me as a reference.
    Windows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's-error1.pngWindows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's-error2.pngWindows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's-error3.pngWindows 10's App Store Crashing after attempting to view/install app's-error4.png
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    Please check the sate of Storage Service under services.msc (WinLogo+R and type services.msc - you will see Services Controller). I got exactly the same problem because Storage Service was disabled in my system for unknown reason. Turning it to be started automatically and starting it manually solved my problem immediately, without even restarting machine.
    On my machine problem was that redownloading of apps installed on previous Windows 10 installation generated error 0x800706D9 and for any new apps that I wanted to install by clicking "Install" on their description pages, Windows Store window was just exiting unexpectedly, without confirmation or error displayed.
    For me also wsreset, PowerShell commands, clearing WS cache and syncing/fixing time didn't help.
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    EpicMonolith, thank you so much for the info. I've been looking for days for a way to solve the same Windows Store error and tried everything. Turns out it happened after I tweaked some of my services and accidently disabled the Storage service. Now it's working again!
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    EpicMonolith said:
    Please check the sate of Storage Service under services.msc (WinLogo+R and type services.msc - you will see Services Controller). I got exactly the same problem because Storage Service was disabled in my system for unknown reason. Turning it to be started automatically and starting it manually solved my problem immediately, without even restarting machine.
    On my machine problem was that redownloading of apps installed on previous Windows 10 installation generated error 0x800706D9 and for any new apps that I wanted to install by clicking "Install" on their description pages, Windows Store window was just exiting unexpectedly, without confirmation or error displayed.
    For me also wsreset, PowerShell commands, clearing WS cache and syncing/fixing time didn't help.
    i checked and it is running atm
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    EpicMonolith said:
    Please check the sate of Storage Service under services.msc (WinLogo+R and type services.msc - you will see Services Controller). I got exactly the same problem because Storage Service was disabled in my system for unknown reason. Turning it to be started automatically and starting it manually solved my problem immediately, without even restarting machine.
    On my machine problem was that redownloading of apps installed on previous Windows 10 installation generated error 0x800706D9 and for any new apps that I wanted to install by clicking "Install" on their description pages, Windows Store window was just exiting unexpectedly, without confirmation or error displayed.
    For me also wsreset, PowerShell commands, clearing WS cache and syncing/fixing time didn't help.

    the service is infact running, i have posted on multiple forums and it seems that nothing seems to fix the issue, hopefully i don't need to reinstall Windows
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