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Solved Windows Store not working


AleXu224

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#21
Then DISM or repeted scans with SFC must have helped. Do you have all Windows Updates installed and temp files cleaned?
Didn't you read the whole Thread? I said windows update broken with windows store in the same time I don't care a lot about Windows Store but I want the updates....

Update

Sorry I didn't readed carefully let me try if it works

Update 2

OOOOOOOOH I think I know the problem let me try something real quick

Update 3

Just checked firewall and I saw a rule that block Windows Store but it is still not working....
 

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AleXu224

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AleXu224

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#25
RIght now i'm trying the program if it doesn't work I will try the "aggressive" method

Update

Problems on installing recent updates : Not solved
Service registration is mission or corrupt : Solved
Error Windows Update 0x80070005(2015-03-15-T-01_51_40a) : Solved

Update 2

Found something myself:
BITS service is not started and is not starting it give me an error :
Windows cloud not start the Background Intelligent Transfer Service on Local Computer. For more information, review the System Event Log. If this is a non-Microsoft service, contact the service vendor, and refer to service-specific error code -2147023828
 

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That means that some components are not working properly. If the tool doesn't help, I've included the manual method on the link.
 

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AleXu224

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#27
That means that some components are not working properly. If the tool doesn't help, I've included the manual method on the link.
Dude that method look a little strange I am sure I will break my windows

Update

Ok I think I know the fix!
BITS service is broken or something , I have to fix it then windows update , windows store will work again
 

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Hey, it's your computer. Do whatever you like or don't like. I'm just suggesting :)
You can wait for Cliff to see what he has to say about this I'm off to bed now,
 

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AleXu224

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Hey, it's your computer. Do whatever you like or don't like. I'm just suggesting :)
You can wait for Cliff to see what he has to say about this I'm off to bed now,
Ok good night!
 

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AleXu224

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#30
fixeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed
the problem was bits service (background intellingent transfer service)
if this service is not starting try to start "windows event log" and "windows event collector" then the service will start working again and your windows update and windows store will work again!!!!!!
 

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Cliff S

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Glad you got it sorted you. Funny though That link to the Microsoft Fixit tool should have corrected and reset the Windows Update and BITS services. And thanks softwaremaniac for jumping in to help:thumb: I had been called away. AleXu224 so you know softwaremaniac is one of the BSOD debuggers so he really knows what he's doing when he requests something, he probably thought that it must be something else if the Fixit couldn't do the job.

So how large is your update backlog:).
 

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AleXu224

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Glad you got it sorted you. Funny though That link to the Microsoft Fixit tool should have corrected and reset the Windows Update and BITS services. And thanks softwaremaniac for jumping in to help:thumb: I had been called away. AleXu224 so you know softwaremaniac is one of the BSOD debuggers so he really knows what he's doing when he requests something, he probably thought that it must be something else if the Fixit couldn't do the job.

So how large is your update backlog:).
BITS service was unable to start cuz if "Windows event log" and "Windows event colletor" were not started , I disabled them by mistake
Without these 2 services BITS service can't start
 

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