So in Windows 10, does the Windows Store seem to work for you? Sure, and because of that, you’re here. Users of Windows 10 can see The Stumbled Server and the Error code 0x801901F7 as seen below. This happens every time you try the Windows Store and open it.
One can Believe this is because of the Microsoft Servers, no doubt they will be overwhelmed and hence the mistake. This may really be the case, but in Windows 10, there are few things you can do on your own to correct this Windows Store error 0x801901F7.
We will list all possible ways to remedy this mistake, all the approaches listed below may just not work for everybody, but may be worth a try. Lets See how to solve this problem.
Solving Windows Store Error 0x801901F7
The 3 different ways to help you get rid of this error in your Windows 10 are below. We’re splitting the three strategies into two. Advance and Simple. First, we will begin with Simple Method and then, if it doesn’t support you, jump on to Advance Methods.
Basic Method to Fix Error Code 0x801901F7
Method 1: Resetting Windows Store Cache.
Clearing or resetting the cache much of the time works. It doesn’t always work, but we like to do this first before switching to any of the advanced approaches listed below.
Please take the basic steps below to reset the Windows Store cache.
- By checking or pressing “Windows Key + R” free RUN
- Type in “wsreset.exe” and click Enter or OK.
- The Windows Store opens automatically, along with a prompt for a command.
- Windows Store resets this and you can see it loading as it should be.
This method could succeed, but if Error 0x801901F7 fails to be fixed, follow the methods below.
Advance Methods to Fix Error Code 0x801901F7
Method 2: Delete Windows Store Database File.
So in this process, we’re going to delete a Windows Store database file. This file is stored on the C disc, or the drive that is mounted on your operating system.
Steps 1: Navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore\DataStore.edb
Step 2: Delete the file from DataStore.edb.
Step 3: Open the Windows Store now to see if you are already getting error code 0x801901F7.
The deleted Datastore.edb file would be automatically generated when you execute Phase 3 of Windows Store Initialization.
If you still can’t delete this bug, close the Windows Store and restart your PC, then restart the Windows Store.
Method 3: Tweaking Windows Update Properties.
If the above mentioned methods fail, perform the steps described in this method. In Windows Updates, we’ll tweak a couple of things to see how that works.
- To open the Task Manager, right-click the Task Bar and then click the Task Manager button.
- Switch to the Services page. At the very bottom of the window, press Open Services.
- A new window will now open open, scroll down, and locate “Windows Update” from the folder.
- Double-click the Windows Upgrade button to unlock Assets.
- Now, pick Automatic from the Startup style drop-down as seen in the picture below. Click on Apply, click
- Start, click Ok.
Now, reset Windows Store again, just one more move (Refer to method 1 for Steps). This should repair the error in your Windows Store that reveals Server Stumbled with Error Code 0x801901F7.
So these were all 3 ways that you could potentially solve the problem. Please let us know which approach in the comments below has helped you with this issue.