Error 0x80240437 Something Happened and This App Couldn’t Couldn’t be installed



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Windows Store is one of the most used features on my Windows 8.1. In fact, Windows Store is integrated with Windows Updates and some of the background services running under Windows. Thus, if there is corruption in the files associated with these services, errors can occur when using Windows Store.

Microsoft has provided these errors with unique error codes so that you can easily apply them. We have already seen how to fix bugs like 0x8024001e, 0x8024600e, 0x80073cf9, something happened and your purchase could not be completed, something happened and Windows Store stops working. This application could not be installed



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As you can see in the image above, the error message is the same as for bugs 0x8024001e, 0x8024600e 0x8024600e, 0x80073cf9. So we tried to fix these errors to try 0x80240437 plus Windows App Troubleshooter, cache reset, SFC scan, reboot multiple times, etc. But nothing worked!

As I said, you can face this type of problems due to corruption in the necessary component service files that are the pillars of getting content with Windows Store.

Error 0x80240437 Something happened & This application could not be installed

1 Press the Windows key + R combination, type put Run dialog box and press Enter to open the -snap-in.

2 Scroll down in the Services window (16) to find the Windows Update service 12, right click and select Stop.

Intelligent bottom transmission service.

3. Now press Windows + R combination, type C :Windows software distribution into the Run dialog box and press Enter to open:

Replace your system root drive instead of C.

4 Finally delete all contents of folder SoftwareDistribution. All this is causing the problem. After deleting the contents of the folder, restart the services we stopped in step 2. Hopefully, restart and the problem should now be solved.

That’s it!



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