How To Fix Xbox App/Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87e0000d On PC

Fix Xbox App or Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87e0000d On PC

In This Article, You Will Learn How To Fix Xbox App Error Code 0x87e0000d On PC or How To Fix Microsoft Store Error 0x87e0000d On Windows 11/10 PC.

This error can be seen when installing games or apps from Xbox App or Microsoft Store on Windows PC.

How To Fix Xbox App/Microsoft Store Error Code 0x87e0000d On PC

Fix 1. Run Gaming and Xbox Services Automatically

1.1: Run Gaming Services Automatically

  • In Windows Search, type “Run” and open it.
  • In Run box, type “msc” and hit ENTER.
  • Press G Key and look for Gaming Services. Here, you will see there are 2 Gaming Services.
  • Right-click on Gaming Services and select “Properties”.
  • In the Startup type: from the drop-down menu select “Automatic”.
  • And if the service status is stopped, then click on “Start” to start the service.
  • Click “Apply” and “OK”.
  • Follow the same steps for second Gaming Service.

1.2: Run Xbox Services Automatically

  • Now, press X Key or scroll down and look for Xbox Services. Here, you wiil see there are 4 Xbox Services.
  • Right-click on Xbox Accessory Management Service and select “Properties”.
  • In the Startup type: from the drop-down menu select “Automatic”.
  • And if the service status is stopped, then click on “Start” to start the service.
  • Click “Apply” and “OK”.

Repeat the same steps for other 3 remaining Xbox services:

  • Xbox Live Auth Manager.
  • Xbox Live Game Save
  • Xbox Live Networking Service

Now, check if the error is fixed or not.

Fix 2. Repair and Reset Xbox App & Microsoft Store

2.1: Repair and Reset Xbox App

  • On your PC, go to Settings > Apps > Installed Apps > Search for Xbox.
  • Click on “3 horizontal dots” and then click on “Advanced options”.
  • Scroll down and click on “Repair”.
  • Then click on “Reset”.

2.2: Repair and Reset Microsoft Store App

  • Using Windows Search, search for Microsoft Store.
  • Right-click on Microsoft Store and select App settings.
  • Next to Microsoft Store, click on 3 dots and select “Advanced options”.
  • Scroll down and click on Repair.
  • And then click on Reset.

Now, check if the error is fixed or not.

Fix 3: Reset Xbox App With Powershell

  • Using Windows Search, search for PowerShell.
  • Right-click on Windows PowerShell and then click on Run as administrator.

Note: Open Windows Powershell in this way only.

  • Copy and paste this command and hit ENTER:

get-appxpackage Microsoft.GamingServices | remove-AppxPackage –allusers

Then copy paste this command and hit ENTER:

Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers| Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}

Once that command process completes, check if error has been fixed or not.

Fix 4. Move Game To Another Disk That You Want To Play

  • Open Xbox app. Click on the game that you want to move or having issue with. (For example – I have taken Minecraft Launcher).
  • Then click on 3 dots and select Manage.
  • Go to “FILES” tab and then click on “CHANGE DRIVE”.
  • Now select the drive to which you want to move the game and then click on “MOVE”.

Now, check if the error is fixed or not.

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