Error code 0x80D0000A appears when trying to install apps on Windows 10 through the Windows 10 Store. Since the majority upgraded to Windows 10 – which means many corrupted entries and incorrectly saved data were used as the source for Store app functionality, so the app cannot be installed.
Fix the 0x80D0000A error by Creating a new Microsoft account
- Go to Action Center and click on All Settings and go to Accounts.
- Go to Family & other users, click Add someone else to this PC, and add a new account.
- After you are finished adding the user, log out from the primary admin account and log in with the new account
- When you sign in with your new account trying to download an app from the Windows 10 Store, this time is not an error.
- Sign out of your new account and log in with your admin account
- Go back to All Settings and under the tab Your account, change the account to local account by clicking Sign in with a local account instead.
- Once you’ve finished setting up your local account, try downloading apps from Windows 10 Store, this time, it should work. If not, try restarting your computer.
- Once everything works, you can change your local account back to your Microsoft Account.
- Alternatively, you can Turn off sync settings by going to All Settings, then Accounts and Sync your settings tab in your settings, and turn off Sync settings.