The Minecraft error 0x803f8001 is a Windows Store error that can occur when trying to launch the game. This error is usually caused by a corrupt or missing file in the Windows Store cache. To fix this error, you can try clearing the Store cache or resetting the Store app.
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1. Restart your device and try again
- Open your device's Settings app
- Under General, tap Restart.
- Tap OK to confirm.
- If your device asks you to choose an option, choose Force Restart.
- After your device restarts, try to open Minecraft again. If the problem is still occurring, go to step 6.
- If the problem has been resolved, go to step 7. If not, go to step 8.
- If the problem still persists, go to step 9.
- If the problem has not been resolved, please contact Customer Service for further assistance.
- If the problem has been resolved, please let us know in the comments below.
2. Update your device to the latest version of Windows
- Go to the Windows Update website.
- Click on the “Check for updates” button.
- In the “Windows Update” window, select the “Check for updates” button.
- If there are any updates available, Windows will start to search for and download them.
- Once the updates have been downloaded, Windows will install them.
- Once the updates have been installed, you will be prompted to restart your device.
- After your device has restarted, you will be able to use the latest version of Windows.
3. Try playing Minecraft on another device
-Open Minecraft on another device -Start the game and select "Play multiplayer" -Select a server and join -If the game crashes, try restarting the app and trying again. If that doesn't work, try deleting the game data and reinstalling it.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Reinstall Minecraft.
- Contact Microsoft support.