How to Resolve Window 10 Error Code 0x80072ee7?

Microsoft Office is the essential software which is used in all the organizations. This productivity suite has many applications and all the application makes the work easy and fast. It is reliable for the devices like Window OS, Mac, Laptop, Computers, Operating System and Android Phones etc. You can install this software through www.office.com/setup. But some users face the error code 0x80072ee7. In this blog, you will learn how to resolve this error code.

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Causes Of Error Code 0x80072ee7:

The causes of this error code are Damage or corrupt Windows files, Improper installation of Windows files, Infected or corrupt Windows Registry, Computer Virus or Malware infection, Outdated Windows 10 drivers, issue in Network configuration and also Damaged Windows Registry.

Resolve Window 10 Error Code 0x80072ee7:

  • Run SFC on your PC:

First you have to go to start button then type command in the search box. Now you have to open the command prompt with admin privilege. After this, you have to run SFC. For this, you have to type “SCF/scannow” and then just hit Enter key. Wait for the process as it will take some time to run and then it will fix the system files.

  • Try to Re-registration of Windows Store:

For this, you have to open the command prompt and then type the cmd into the search box. Now you have to Select Command Prompt and Run as an administrator. After it, you have to run the following PowerShell command:

PowerShell -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Command “& {$manifest = (Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.WindowsStore).InstallLocation + ‘\AppxManifest.xml’ ; Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register $manifest}”

It will take some time to register the Windows store. When you completed close the command prompt and then just reboot system.

  • Delete static IP entries from hosts file:

For this, first you have to go to the  C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc. Then you have to open the Hosts file with Notepad. If Hosts file contains static IP address linked with Windows Update or Microsoft update, just erase those entries and then you have to save the changes to the Hosts file.

  • Verify Network for Windows 10:

On the network icon, you have to right click on the icon and then select “Open Network and Sharing Center”. After this, just choose your network and then select Properties. Just Scroll down to find the “internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and then you have to double-click on it. You have to Select DNS Server addresses under the General tab. Now you have to set the Preferred DNS Server to 8.8.8.8 and then just Alternate DNS Server to 8.8.4.4. After this, just Click on the OK and save the changes.

  • Turn on the “Automatically detect settings” option in Internet Properties

For this, first you have to press Windows + R key altogether to open the run dialogue box. In this box, you have to type inetcpl.cpl and then you have to hit enter key. After this, a Window will appear, just you have to click on the Connections tab, and then you have to click on LAN-Settings. Now, you have to check the box Automatically detect Settings and then you have to click on OK. At the end, just Reboot your computer system.

This will fix the issue, but if have problem then you can call the customer care executive via office.com/setup anytime on toll free number.

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