Error 0x80131500 – Windows App Error

Last Updated : August 27, 2017No Comments Filed Under : Windows Phone Error
Error 0x80131500 – Windows App Error
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Error 0x80131500 in Windows 10 is typically encountered while trying to open Windows App Store.
It is a common phenomenon with users who have upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or 8. Moreover, it can also be found if Windows has not been properly installed.

What is error 0x80131500  ?

Windows 10 Store error 0x80131500 is caused by presence of corrupt registry entries. This type of scenario arrives typically when apps have not been installed properly or when they have not been uninstalled properly. Thereby resulting in the presence of corrupt entries in the registry. If not effectively removed users can face difficulty in running Windows App Store and/or update apps.

When it occurs?

Users who try to run Windows App Store generally face this problem. As stated above it occurs if Windows has not been properly installed or upgraded, leading to registry related problems.

Precautions to take :

Users who seek to avoid this error must ensure that Windows 10 is installed properly on their PC. Any disturbance during the upgradation or installation process can cause errors such as these to crop up unexpectedly. Moreover, users must ensure that they are logged in to their Microsoft Accounts to access Windows Store.

Methods to solve the error 0x80131500:

Method 1

  1. Log-in to Windows as Administrator
  2. Navigate the following menus : Start -> Programs -> Accessories ->System Tools-> Restore
  3. In this window choose “Restore my PC to an earlier date” and click Next.
  4. Under “select a restoration point” list choose the most appropriate date for restoration of Windows settings, and click Next.
  5. Verify the process by clicking on Next.
  6. Restart the system.

Method 2

  1. Open RUN dialog box by pressing Windows ( )+ R.
  2. Type wsreset.exe and press Enter.

This method helps clear the Windows store cache, effectively eliminating any errors or conflicts that might have cropped up during usage.

Method 3:

    1. Press Windows + S on the keyboard to open the Windows search panel on the right side of the screen.
    2. Type powershell and select Windows PowerShell from the results, right click over it and choose Run as administrator.
    3. Copy and paste the following code and press Enter :
      Get-AppXPackage | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”}
  • Run the command and on completion. Exit the setup and restart the system.

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