In this article, we will explore common issues faced while installing Minecraft on Windows 10 and their solutions.
1. Check if the computer meets the minimum system requirements for Minecraft Windows 10.
2. Check if there are any pending updates or driver installations that need to be completed.
3. Clear the Windows Store cache to resolve any installation issues.
4. Reinstall Microsoft Store and reset the Store cache.
5. Run the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter.
6. Try installing Minecraft Windows 10 from a different user account or on a different device.
7. Contact Microsoft support if the issue persists.
This code outlines some basic troubleshooting steps that could help resolve issues with Minecraft Windows 10 not installing. It checks the system requirements, updates, and cache before attempting to reinstall or run the Windows Store Apps troubleshooter. If all else fails, it recommends contacting Microsoft support for assistance.
Downloading the Installer from Minecraft Website and Resetting Microsoft Store
|1||Go to the Minecraft website and click on the “Download” button located on the homepage.|
|2||Click on the “Minecraft.msi” file to download the installer to your computer.|
|3||Once the download is complete, double-click on the “Minecraft.msi” file to begin the installation process.|
|4||If you encounter any errors during the installation process, try resetting the Microsoft Store.|
|5||To reset the Microsoft Store, open the “Settings” app and navigate to “Apps & features”.|
|6||Locate the “Microsoft Store” app and click on it.|
|7||Click on the “Advanced options” link and then click on the “Reset” button.|
|8||Restart your computer and try downloading and installing the Minecraft installer again.|