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Published: August 8, 2015 | Applies to:

Checkout this fix to solve "The server stumbled - We all have bad days'' message for code 0x80072EFD or 0x801901F7 while you launch Store app in Windows 10.

We all know Store app enables us to add new apps to our Windows operating system. Sometimes, Store app may not able to start and it closes immediately as soon as you launch it. If you’re facing this behavior on Windows 10, then make sure you’ve already switched to Microsoft account. Following article enlists further suggestions to fix this problem:

Fix: Can’t open Windows Store in Windows 8 or later

Recently, we came around a strange error while using Store app in Windows 10. In this case, launching Store app failed with following error message:

The server stumbled
We all have bad days
The error code is 0x80072EFD, in case you need it.

FIX Error 0x80072EFD - The Server Stumbled For Windows Store

The previous suggestions we have didn’t worked for this issue. Hence we need to try something new that could easily solve the problem. If you’re too facing this issue, here are the ways you can try to fix it:

FIX : Error 0x80072EFD – The Server Stumbled For Windows Store

FIX 1 : Reset Proxy Settings

1. Open administrative or elevated Command Prompt.

2. Type following command and press Enter key:

netsh winhttp reset proxy

FIX Error 0x80072EFD - The Server Stumbled For Windows Store

3. Once command successfully executed, close the Command Prompt and start Store app. The Store should be able to load now.

FIX 2 : Reset Windows Store cache

1. Press Windows Key + R and type following into Run dialog box, click OK:

WSReset.exe

FIX Error 0x80072EFD - The Server Stumbled For Windows Store

2. After you click OK in previous step, the Store app will open and load. In case, if still fails to launch, reboot and see if it helps.

FIX 3 : Re-register Store app

If above mentioned fix didn’t worked, you can try to re-register the Store app using steps mentioned here:

How to Re-register Store app in Windows 10

Alternatively, you can try to create a new user account and check if the Store works on that. If Store works on it, go ahead with that user account.

FIX Error 0x80072EFD - The Server Stumbled For Windows Store

Hope something helps! Go here to fix, if Store app gets launched when you try to open Settings app in Windows 10.


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25 Comments

  • None of these did anything.

  • Thanks, first method works.

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Glad we could help :)

  • none of these worked ..still getting error

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Have you checked by creating new user account, whether issue persists on that?

  • yes changing proxy settings worked for me THANX BRO!!!!!!!

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Glad to see it helped! :)

  • why this problem can’t be fixed by a simple update? I’ve been trying everything to get the bloody Store work ever since the Win 10 update.

  • It works for me too. Thanks from France!

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Awesome :D

  • Thanks for the help. The first fix worked just fine.
    :)

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Thanks for feedback :)

  • please help me
    Not work idea on these error 0x80072EE7

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Try creating new user account and check if Store works on that.

  • I tried all of these fixes and none of them worked. Then I decided that perhaps the fact that AVG had failed prior to my getting the error with the Windows Store was significant. I couldn’t uninstall AVG in the standard way so I searched on how to use the AVG remover tool. That did the trick and AVG was uninstalled. And when I ran the Store app it worked perfectly. I am now using AVAST as my AV tool

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ So AVG blocked your Store app, great to hear the issue is resolved now :)

  • your first method was solved my problem.
    Thank you

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Cool 😊

  • so thanx

  • THANKX FOR YOUR METHODS!! MY STORE IS WORKING :)

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Happy to help ☺️

  • Worked! thanks!

  • Kapil Arya

    ^^ Nice!

  • Thanks a bunch. The information was very useful and I hope I may get answers for many of my questions in the future too.

  • Nothing works. I’m going to back up my files and try resetting the system. I’ve wasted many, many hours over the course of weeks trying to fix this. I’m so sorry I ever “upgraded” from Windows 7 to Windows 10.

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