Fixed Windows Store error 0x80073d0a

Some Windows 10 users recently reported encountering error code 0x80073d0a, which prevents them from purchasing and installing new software in the Windows Store. What is error code 0x80073d0a and how to get rid of 0x80073d0a error in Windows 10? Find out below.

 

What is the 0x80073d0a error code stored in the window?

What is the 0x80073d0a error code stored in the window?

Windows Store error code 0x80073d0a usually occurs when users try to install or update certain applications in the Windows Store. The problem does not seem to be directly related to the applications or programs you are trying to install. The error code seems to be related to the operating system itself.

 

What is the cause of error 0x80073d0a Windows Store?

What is the cause of error 0x80073d0a Windows Store?

We investigated this particular problem by looking at various user reports. We then tested dozens of repair strategies recommended by other users to see what repair strategies worked best for the problem.

It turns out that several different scenarios could lead to error 0x80073d0a. Here is a shortlist of possible culprits that may be responsible for this problem:

Windows Firewall disabled: One of the most common causes of this error is that the built-in firewall is disabled. The Windows Store must check the connection between itself and Microsoft’s servers. If a critical security feature, such as an active firewall, is missing, you will see this particular error code accordingly. If this scenario applies, you can resolve the problem by reactivating the built-in firewall from the services screen.

Third-party AV interference: The Windows Store may not be able to communicate between the UWP Store and Microsoft Stores if you use certain third-party firewall equivalents. In this case, you should be able to fix the problem either by adding the Widows Store to your firewall exclusion list or by removing the third-party security component completely.

Corrupted Windows Store cache: It turns out that this problem can also be caused by some form of Windows Store cache corruption. One or more of the temporary files that the store relies on may have been corrupted. In this case, the most effective solution is to reset the entire Windows Store cache (either with a CMD prompt or via the Windows GUI).

Damaged system files: In rare cases, this problem may be caused by corrupted system files that cannot be resolved in the traditional way. If this scenario applies, you may be able to solve the problem by using the System Restore utility to return your computer to a healthy state, or by updating all operating system components (via a repair shop or clean installation).

 

How to fix Windows Store error 0x80073d0a?

How to fix Windows Store error 0x80073d0a?

Clear the Windows Store cache
  1. Press Windows + R, type WSReset.exe and press Enter.
  2. If this command doesn’t work, try re-registering the Windows Store. Press the Windows + X key combination and select Command Prompt (Admin).
  3. Enter the PowerShell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted command and press Enter.
  4. Then add the command $manifest = (Get-AppxPackage Microsoft. InstallLocation + `AppxManifest.xml`; Add AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode – save $manifest and remember to press Enter.
Disable anti-virus software and the Windows firewall

Regardless of the type of antivirus software you use, be sure to temporarily disable it. To do this, open the Task Manager and kill their process there. Next, locate the security software icon in the taskbar, right-click it and select Disable. Next, disable the Windows Firewall:

  1. Press Windows + X and select Control Panel.
  2. Find the Windows Firewall and click on it.
  3. Click the Enable or Disable Windows Firewall option.
  4. If necessary, enter the administrator password and click OK.
  5. Then disable the Windows Firewall for private and public networks.
  6. Click OK to save your changes and close everything. Now check if error 0x80073d0a is fixed in Windows Store.
Check the date and time settings.

Incorrect date and time settings often cause the Windows Store to crash. Verify that the date and time on your computer are set correctly. To do this, press Windows + I to open the settings and search for the date and time. Verify that the settings are correct. If not, change them. It is also recommended that you deactivate the “Auto time setting” option and reactivate it after a certain period of time.

Reinstalling the Windows Store

If none of the above methods helped, the last thing you can try is to reinstall the Windows Store and then install all available Windows 10 updates. To do this, do the following:

  1. Press Windows + R and type PowerShell.
  2. Right-click on the search results and select Run as administrator.
  3. Type Get – Appxpackage – All users and press Enter.
  4. Find the Windows store entry and copy the name of the package. To do this, highlight it and press Ctrl + C. Then enter the command Add-AppxPackage -register “C:Program FilesWindowsApps”  DisableDevelopmentMode. NOTE: Replace PackageFullName with the name of the Windows Store package by pressing Ctrl + V. Also, instead of C: type the root driver letter of your system.
  5. Then reopen PowerShell with the administrative privileges described above.
  6. Add-AppxPackage -Register “C:Program FilesWindowsApps” -Disable development mode and press Enter.
  7. Finally, reboot the system to make all changes.

TIP: Remember to properly maintain your computer as it may stop working properly due to corrupted system files, registries, or malware.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Usually, you can get rid of error code 0x80073d0a by clearing the Windows Shop cache or restarting Windows Update services.

  1. Reboot your computer.
  2. Fix the Windows Update service.
  3. Restart the other services.
  4. Run the Windows Update diagnostic program.
  5. Disable IPv6.
  6. Check some registry values.
  7. Run Windows Update for advanced diagnostics.

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click Update and Security.
  3. Click the Troubleshooting button.
  4. Under Other Troubleshooting, select Windows Store Apps.
  5. Click the Troubleshoot button.
  6. Follow the instructions on the screen (if applicable).

If you get an error code when downloading and installing Windows updates, Update Troubleshooter can help you fix the problem. Select Start -> Settings -> Update and Security -> Troubleshooting -> Additional Diagnostics. Then select Windows Update -> Run Troubleshooter from the Start menu.