Sign in to report inappropriate content. Reply Fred Ecker says: February 19, 2015 at 11:15 pm Windows 8.1 apps not working. Logout (not shutdown, logout) again, then log your user in again (don't reboot!), see if that helps. If not, check it (turn it on).That should fix the problem. http://ovmonline.com/windows-8/issue-reinstalling-windows-8.html
TECH & Fun 101,859 views 2:56 Windows 8/8.1 apps won't open [FIX WORKING 100% ] - Duration: 1:05. Windows Update was the culprit ! Reply Jeff25 says: December 1, 2014 at 5:09 pm This did not work for me, but I'm sure it does others. Does not mean there's a virus and combing through the registry looking for odd things is like being told to go to a field and see if there are any oddly-shaped original site
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Once you boot, a black box will show up titled Command Prompt. Reply - says: February 8, 2015 at 4:50 am i am getting error with the command gpresult /h c:gpresults.html it is showing error:invalid argument/option /h r c:gpresult.html.is there any alternative for Team O_X フェグロFeguro 480 views 0:33 How to Fix Windows 8/8.1 Store Pending Problem - Duration: 2:20. Windows 8.1 Programs Not Opening barrytmedaSep 12, 2014, 11:07 PM 1.
If not, check it (turn it on).That should fix the problem. Windows 8.1 Apps Won't Open Reply Chris March 5, 2016 Hi Michael, Does upgrade to Windows 10 pose any risk to user files or installed programs? Believe me I have tried to solve this problem for 2 months !!! A bunch of people on this thread said the syntax on the command was wrong, and they couldn't figure out how to enter the command correctly.
iluvhardwareApr 14, 2014, 6:23 AM For anyone else with this, the solution was that the Temporary Internet Files folder was wrong in Internet Explorer. Windows 8.1 Store Won't Open So I'm not suggesting reinstalling Windows is the solution for a buggy Windows update - obviously that wouldn't make sense because the update would get installed again, causing the exact same I was trying for a week to solve this problem THANKS!!! It worked!
How to fix this: (1) Open the Registry (REGEDIT) Check that the All Applications Packages group has READ permissions to each of the following registry paths. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/windows-store-not-opening If yoy need more help, this list of Windows Store error codes may help you troubleshoot your issue. This App Can't Open Windows 8.1 Fix Reply moeen says: December 16, 2014 at 6:37 pm didn't work for my pc …. Microsoft App Troubleshooter Check whether Windows is up to date with the latest updates.
Loading... have a peek at these guys after entering gpresult /h c:gpresults.html, it says ‘ERROR: Invalid argument/option - ‘ /h'. Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Windows 8.1: Store not working Yuri Pustjens Loading... COULD NOT get them back after removing windows 10~~ SO VERY GR8 THANKS you make my life EASIER & better!! <3 Log In or Register to post comments GodsFamily on Oct Windows 8 Apps Not Opening
It works 🙂 Finally my problem is solved!! 😀 Reply Neil says: January 29, 2015 at 3:42 pm I tried this and it seemed to work. Also try rebooting after this as well. It appears to eliminate the issues with apps encountered in Windows 8. check over here We got you covered!
It says any apps are open down on the task bar, but when I tap them open, they don't get past the opening screen, and then go back to the start Windows 8.1 Apps Close Immediately EOTO Tech 176,379 views 8:02 Windows 10 fix app store - also works on WINDOWS 8 - Duration: 3:54. Read More , not opening or not even installing.
Reply Aaron Couch 196 articles Aaron is a Vet Assistant graduate, with his primary interests in wildlife and technology. This is a simple procedure where you need to go to the Start screen and in the search bar type “WSReset.exe”. After logging in to your new account, you'll need to set up all your preferences, email, copy files over from old account (look under C:\Users\OldAccountName to access your old account files), etc. Windows 8 This App Can't Open Windows Store not opening The images may be of Windows 8.1, but the procedure is the same for Windows 10.
Type "regedit" into Command Prompt and select enter. Email me: [email protected] Reply Sujay says: February 8, 2015 at 9:17 pm Awesome ..Thanks a lot Reply Hubert Frosch says: February 9, 2015 at 5:13 pm I got stuck at step Reply Robin says: November 21, 2014 at 7:08 pm It worked like a charm yesterday, then flipped back to the problem today and the problem continues even though everything checks out this content Pretty lame Microsoft adopted apps if you ask me.
AdventurousGhostAug 30, 2014, 9:21 AM The problem is with the folder of windowsapp, The security setting has somehow changed and TrustedInstaller doesn't have sufficient access.Right click on windowsapp folder (inside program Luckily i had a backup from earlier that day by chance. I feel cheated and ripped off, but considering the problems I have had with Microsoft over the years I'm not really surprised. Reply Unknown says: November 24, 2014 at 4:19 pm excellent solution Reply John says: November 26, 2014 at 3:02 pm those errors from the gpresults are cause you need to run
That was the only path that needed to be changed. Reply Hari Prasad October 18, 2016 at 5:31 pm Thanks for the help, but none of the above helped solve my problem. Thanks. check your system for viruses..
Maybe for those of you who have AMD graphics cards and are still experiencing this problem, you can roll back your drivers and then update via AMD Catalyst? Nothing else on the web worked for me. All Rights Reserved. | Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this blog Sign in OUC1TOO OUC1TOO Oh, You see it too? After reading above that John was able to fix his problem by modifying his homegroup settings, I did some googling and came across some people saying that they think this whole
Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose Windows 8/8.1 apps won't open [FIX WORKING 100% ] Romance Angel Loading... Right-click on the Dropbox icon in the system tray. 2. The store opened fine and I downloaded a microsoft game. Wha ha ha, wha ha ha . . . >:-)_ Reply Yashen says: May 4, 2015 at 6:40 am the gpresult /h c:gpresults.html should be typed as GPRESULT /h c:GPRESULTS.html Reply
it say that: it is not recognized as an internal or an external command 🙁 OMG plss help me. Please let me know if you have any queries.Thanks, This didn't work for me, I'm really beside myself on this one. Took 2 minutes. What Worked for You?
I am so happy that Microsoft has implemented this into their OS. Windows 8.1 apps minimize when opened. It worked.