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If you have received this error code 0x80090010, there may be a problem with the Xbox Live server, your network connection or the account itself. The Xbox application for Windows 10 has many functions, because it is the system hub for all Xboxes. He had his honest share in remodeling and optimizing these pairs earlier than many years ago and is now much better than ever before. At least visually.
The Xbox application is functionally intelligent and has a long way to go. The most common errors are connection errors and occur in a number of alphanumeric codes. The only one we will consider and address is the code “0x80090010”. If you are affected by this error, do not hesitate to consult the alternatives below.
To help us solve your problem, we recommend that you follow these steps
Reset the Windows memory to clear the cache memory.
Press the Windows + X key on your keyboard.
Click on Command prompt (Admin).
Type wsreset.exe, then press Enter.
Uninstall and reinstall the Xbox application to update it.
- Click Start, then type Windows PowerShell in the search box.
- Right-click and select Run as administrator.
- Type the following command to uninstall the Xbox application: Get-AppxPackage *xboxapp* | Remove-AppxPackage.
- Press the Enter key.
- Start the Windows store and download the Xbox application.
Reset the Xbox application
Let’s move on to the next troubleshooting operation. The cache filled in the application can pose a number of challenges, especially if you have made changes to the process. Therefore, we recommend resetting the Xbox application to factory settings and moving from there. The process should solve very small challenges and, hopefully, allow you to connect with error 0x80090010.
With this explained, here is how to reset Xbox App under Windows 10:
- Open the configurations.
- Select Apps.
- Under applications and attributes, search for Xbox.
- Expand it and open sophisticated options.
- Simply click on Reset.
Check the date and time settings
The date, time and region settings can also affect this error. Therefore, we recommend that you check them and confirm that they are correctly set up. Normally, these settings are automatically set to automatic, but they may have changed after an update.
How to set the date and time correctly in Windows 10:
- Right-click Start, then open Settings in the Power menu.
- Select Time and language.
- In the Date and Time section, activate the options “Automatic time setting” and “Automatic time zone selection”.
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