Fix Microsoft Store error 0x80131500 on Windows 10

Many times when you try to open or access something from the Microsoft store, you get an error 0x80131500. Don’t be overwhelmed, here are some quick ways to resolve the issue if you are on Windows 10 machine.  

Here is how the Microsoft Store error with 0x80131500 code will look.

“Try that again Page cloud not be loaded. Please try again later” message will be displayed along with the error code at the bottom.

How To Fix Microsoft Store error 0x80131500

Method 1: Try changing your internet connection

Changing your internet connection might solve the issue. For example, turn on some VPN or go for a wi-fi connection if using an Ethernet connection now.

Method 2: Try Microsoft Store Apps troubleshooter

You can download and try the Microsoft Store Apps troubleshooter, a dedicated app released by Microsoft for troubleshooting purposes. 

Method 3: Reset Microsoft Store

Step 1: Run Command Prompt as Administrator.

Step 2: Type the command “wsreset” and hit Enter

Step 3: Wait for the command to be completed. Now reinstall the application on Microsoft Store and Update Windows.

Method 4: Check your date and time settings

Step 1: Press Windows + I to open Settings.

Step 2: Go to Time & Language

Step 3: Go to Date & Time

Step 4: Turn ON automatically for set date and time and time zone.

Step 5: Choose the correct country & region.

Step 6: Reboot the system.

Method 5: Try OpenDNS

Try changing your DNS to OpenDNS Servers IP address and which might help you to correct the error. Here is a guide on how to do it.

Method 6: Try creating a new user account on your computer

Another way to fix your issue is to create a new Admin User Account on your PC. This way you will have a default account without any problems related to cookies or user files.

Method 7: Use Powershell and re-register the Microsoft App

Step 1: Press Windows + X

Step 2: Press Windows Powershell (Admin)

Step 3: Right Click on the Run as Administrator

Step 4: You will get a UAC prompt, click Yes

Step 5: Type the following command on powershell

-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $Env:SystemRoot\WinStore\AppxManifest.xml

Step 6: Hit Enter.

Step 7: Reboot once complete.

I hope our tutorial was helpful in fixing the Microsoft Store error 0x80131500 on Windows 10. Feel free to write to us for any other query!

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