Minecraft is probably the most popular game in the world, and Microsoft did the right thing when it included the game into Windows Store. But, some players are reporting that they’re unable to download the game due to an error 0x803f7003, so here are a few tips if you’re facing this problem, too.
Can’t download Minecraft from Windows Store? Follow this
Solution 1 – Try to refresh the download multiple times
I know this sounds like a dumb solution, actually it doesn’t sound like a solution at all, but some users reported that they were able to download Minecraft normally after hitting the download button a lot of times, so before you do anything else you can send a few minutes repeatedly pressing the download button again and again.
If this really proves to be the wrong ‘solution,’ then problem probably lays in the Windows Store, so you should do something with it.
Solution 2 – Reset Windows Store
As I said the problem probably lays in the Windows Store, so the first thing you can do is resetting the Windows Store, and then try to download Minecraft again. Here’s how to reset the Windows Store:
- Go to Search and type wsreset.exe
- Press Enter and let the process reset your Windows Store
Now, login to your Microsoft Account once again, and try to download Minecraft. If the problem is still present, you should check out our article about solving Windows Store problems for more solutions.
If you have any other Windows 10-related issues you can check for the solution in our Windows 10 Fix section.