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How to Fix An Unexpected Store Exception Error In Windows 10

Microsoft keeps pushing updates on the Windows 10. A lot of these updates feel unwanted and unnecessary but a few of them are important like security updates. However, it’s very likely that you might run into an error while update the Windows and one of them is Unexpected Store Exception Error in Windows 10. Your machine manufacturer may assist you a little, but they cannot resolve it on the phone. In short, you are on your own. You have nobody to assist you whatsoever, and the certified engineers may charge a lot of money to resolve it.

Fix An Unexpected Store Exception Error in Windows 10:

Solution #1: Anti-virus Program

We all use Antivirus, don’t we? We’ve purchased third-party antivirus software on our Windows machine to keep our computer fast and secure. Many of us rely on the latest edition of third-party antivirus solution even though Windows 10 has Defender. Sometimes these antivirus end up triggering this error after updating,

You can fix the issue by uninstalling it or updating it.

Culprit: McAfee Antivirus System.

Step 1: Press Windows key + S, and type “control panel.” The latest edition of the Windows 10 rely on the control panel, so do not worry about the option removal.

Step 2: In the control panel, click on “UNINSTALL.”

Step 3: In the program list, click on the security program, and uninstall it without any confirmation.

We assume that you have access to the serial key, and if you do not have the license key, then avoid uninstalling it.

You may lose the premium protection, so you end up regretting the decision. However, the Windows Defender is enough for basic protection.

2. Clean Your Windows Machine

A critical update always leaves remnants of the old files and temporary files. In case, if you wish to restore to an earlier version, then avoid this solution. However, you do not mind if you can restore to an earlier version or not, then follow it.

Note: The “Windows.old” folder deleted and you may not be able to restore to the previous version.

Step 1: Press Windows key + S and you can find the gear icon, and click on it to open “settings.”

Step 2: The settings open, and you have to click on the first option “system” for more options.

Step 3: Now, you have to click on “storage,” and then you have more options, and at the bottom, you have “free up space now,” click on it.

Step 4: The feature automatically begins, and you have to be patient because it takes a lot of time to complete the scan.

In the “free up space now” feature, there are a lot of temporary files, unnecessary files, and thumbnails. Erasing them free up space and it gets rid of the culprit files as well.

Step 5: In our case, it took five minutes, and click on “remove files” to remove unnecessary files.

Remember, you have an option to unselect Windows. Old installation folder as well.

3. Update Your System’s Drivers

A critical update always leaves remnants of the old files and temporary files. In case, the 2015 edition of the Windows 10 was capable enough to run on Windows 8 compatible drivers. In short, if you are running the old drivers, then it can cause the “Unexpected Store Exception Error in Windows 10.”

There are many ways to update the drivers of the computer, and we are going to suggest you a few ways to do it.

Windows update:

Step 1: Go to settings by pressing Windows key + S, and click on the gear icon on the left-side bar.

Step 2: Now, click on the “update & security” to view more options.

Step 3: You can find Windows update > Check for updates.

Step 4: In case, if the update is not compatible or you want to learn about the installed updates, then there is an option available for you.

We have an alternative for you as well, and it can help you install the latest updates in one-click.

Alternative: Driver Pack – Download Offline Version

Driver Pack is a popular driver solution for Windows, where you can download 17 GB file that contains almost every driver available in the world. You can download the file, and update the drivers without worrying about the internet connection, download speed, and more.

We do not recommend you the online Driver Pack because the software automatically installs unnecessary add-ons like Firefox, unknown software, and more.

Either download & use offline Driver Pack or go for Windows Update.

Solution #4: Reset Your Window

Fortunately, the Windows 10 comes with RESET feature that allows you to install a clean version of Windows 10 without a CD/DVD or a USB device. There are various methods to RESET your computer on Windows 10 and Windows 8.

Remember, the Windows 7 or lower version of OS does not support reset unless you have genuine manufacturer CD/DVD.

Did this article help?

There might be thousands of reasons behind it, but if you have updated drivers, removed Antivirus protection or disabled it, then the problem should fix by now. Make sure to turn off the desktop or laptop, and let the reserve charge drains. Let us know what do you think about the “Unexpected Store Exception Error in Windows 10” solutions in the comment section below.

 

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