How to Repair Microsoft Store Error 0x80D03805

Some Windows 10 users are complaining about an issue in the Microsoft Store they are experiencing on their computers. According to these users, when they try to download a new app or update an existing one from the Microsoft Store, they see an error message: “An error has occurred. The error code is 0x80D03805 if you need it. ” If you encounter a similar situation, just follow the fixes in this article and it will be fixed as soon as possible. Try these simpler workarounds before continuing.

Reset your store

  • Open “Settings” from the “Start” menu.
  • Now select Apps & Features and scroll down until you find the Microsoft Store.
  • Select it, click Advanced Options and click the Reset button.
  • Once you’re done, restart your computer.

Reset Windows Update Service

  • Select “Run” from the “Start” menu.
  • Type services.msc in the field and press Enter.
  • On the Services (Local) tab, click Windows Update and select Restart.
  • Restart your computer and try reinstalling the update.

Run the SFC (System File Checker) tool

Perform an SFC scan

Windows update error 0x80D03805 can be caused by damaged Windows system files or other conflict between the system and the installed program. If so, you might be able to fix the problem by using the System File Checker tool to restore these files.

Follow these steps to run the SFC tool:

  • Click the start menu and enter the command prompt.
  • Once it appears in the search results, right-click it and select “Run as administrator”.
  • At the command prompt, enter the following command:
  • sfc / scannow
  • Wait for the process to complete.

Clear Windows Store cache

XBOX - Reset the Windows Store Cache of your PC - Step 1 to 3

Resetting (or clearing) the Windows Store cache can resolve Windows error 0x80D03805 as cached files may have become corrupted. To reset your cache, follow these steps:

  • Go to the start menu and enter the command prompt.
  • Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator (enter your username and password when prompted).
  • Type the following command and hit Enter:
  • wsreset.exe
  • Once you get a confirmation on the screen that the command has been executed, restart your computer and see if the error message appears again.

Uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Store

Removing and reinstalling the Windows Store package might resolve the situation.

  1. First press the Windows + R keys at the same time, then write “Powershell”. Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open PowerShell with administrator rights.
  2. This command removes the store. To do this, paste this code into a PowerShell terminal and press Enter.
    Get-AppxPackage -allusers * WindowsStore * | Remove-AppxPackage
  3. You need to reinstall the store. To do this, paste it and press Enter.
    Get-AppxPackage -allusers * WindowsStore * | For each {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$ ($ _. InstallLocation) \ AppXManifest.xml”}
    Restart your computer to save the changes to the system. Check if you have the same problem or not.