The Microsoft Store is a great platform for Windows users to download millions of valid apps. But lately, some users find that when they try to download an app, they run into Error Code 0x800B010FI and are prevented from accessing the app. Users tried several times to download the app, but all the attempts turned unsuccessful.

This error can have a variety of causes, including corrupted system files, cache files, and antivirus interference. If you are also getting the Error Code 0x800B010FI in your Microsoft Store, then you can continue reading this article till the end to get all possible solutions for the same. Then let’s go to the quick fixes in detail.

Fix 1: Use Windows Store Troubleshooter:

As a first resort to avoid the Error Code 0x800B010FI in Microsoft Store is running the built-in Windows Store troubleshooter. To do so,

  • Firstly, open the Settings menu on your screen by pressing Windows + I altogether.
  • Inside the Settings screen, select the Update & Security option.
  • On the next window, click on the Troubleshoot option and select the  Then scroll down, select the Windows Store Apps and click on Run the troubleshooter tab.
  • Finally, restart the system and try again to download an app from your MS Store.

Fix 2: Reset Windows Store Cache:

If the application’s cached files are corrupted, you may encounter an Error Code 0x800B010FI in your Microsoft Store. The best effective solution here is resetting the Windows Store cache as early as possible. To do so,

  • Firstly, type cmd in your search box and open the Command Prompt window with Administrator access.
  • On the black screen, copy then paste or type the following command and then press Enter,

wsreset.exe

  • Once the above command is executed, restart the system and try again to download any app.

Fix 3: Run SFC Scan:

Sometimes malicious system files may cause Error Code 0x800B010FI to appear in your Microsoft Store. To clear this error message, you need to run the SFC tool to repair the corrupted files. To do so,

  • Firstly, type cmd in your search box and open the Command Prompt window with Administrator access.sfc/ scannow
  • On the black screen, copy then paste or type the following command and then press Enter,

Sfc/ scannow

  • Finally, restart the system try again to download any app from the MS Store.

Fix 4: Run DISM Scan:

If the above solution does not help you, then you need to run the DISM tool to restore those repaired system files. To do so,

  • Firstly, type cmd in your search box and open the Command Prompt window with Administrator access.
  • On the black screen, copy then paste or type the following command and then press Enter,

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

  • Once you have executed all the above commands, restart the system try again to download any app from the MS Store.

Fix 5: Reset Windows Store:

Another solution to overcome the Error Code 0x800B010FI is resetting the Microsoft Store. While doing so, all the existing cache files will get deleted, and the Store will reinstall itself. To do so,

  • Firstly, open the Settings menu on your screen by pressing Windows + I altogether.
  • Inside the Settings screen, select the Apps option.
  • Then select the Apps and features option and locate and double-click on the Microsoft Store.
  • Now select the Advanced options and click on the Reset button.
  • Finally, restart the system and try again to download any app.

Fix 6: Update Microsoft Store:

As per some users updating their Microsoft Store helped them to resolve the Error Code 0x800B010FI. So, we recommend the same trick in your case also. To do so,

  • Firstly, open the Microsoft Store on your system and click on the three vertical dots from the top right corner of the screen.
  • Then select the Downloads and updates option.
  • On the next screen, click on the Get updates button and wait for the process to complete on its own.
  • Finally, restart the system and try again to download any app.

Fix 7: Update Windows:

If your Windows is out of date, you may not be able to download any apps from the Microsoft Store and will receive the same error message. In this scenario, you need to update your Windows OS to the latest built. To do so,

  • Firstly, open the Settings menu on your screen by pressing Windows + I altogether.check for updates
  • Then select the Windows Update option and click on the Check for update tab.
  • Finally, relaunch the MS Store and try again to download any app.

Fix 8: Create a New User Account:

If any of the above solutions do not help you, then you need to open a new user account in your system then try again to download any app from the Microsoft Store. To do so,

  • Firstly, open the Settings menu on your screen by pressing Windows + I altogether.
  • Then select the Accounts section and click on the Family and others option.
  • Now click on Add someone else to this PC option.
  • On the next window, click on I don’t have this person’s sign-in information and select the option Add a user without Microsoft.
  • And create a new account using your credentials. To change your account type, click on the Change account type tab.
  • Then change the account to Administrator and save the changes.
  • Finally, sign in using the newly created account and try to download any app from the Windows Store.

These are all about the Microsoft Store Error Code 0x800B010FI and its fixes. In addition to all these, you need to disable your Antivirus temporarily and see it helps. However, if you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, then please leave a comment in the below-given comment box.