Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by targat, Sep 30, 2015.
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Have you tried a reboot, and then clicking check for updates again ?.
Then try a Reset the Store Cache:
Select Start, type “wsreset“, then select the “wsreset” option. The Store app will then open where you can see if you can download your apps again.
If the problem still remains then after a reboot try -Reset Windows Update
Select “Start“, type “services“, then select the “View local services” option.
Select the “Windows Update” service, then select “Stop” to stop the service.
Navigate to “C:\Windows“.
Rename the “SoftwareDistribution” folder to “SoftwareDistribution.0“.
Go back to the “Services” screen and start the “Windows Update” service again.
Attempt to download your apps.
a reboot did work for me
Thanks so much for the reply and the thanks, appreciated, and real happy it was that simple and you didn't have to go through a clear or reset.