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PC Instagram App from Windows Store won't Install.

I have been trying to Install the PC Instagram App from the Windows Store but it will not work.

It sticks at the bit with the licence and then comes up with the error: Something Unexpected Happened Code: 0x80080005.

I am running Win Ten Pro 64.
Any ideas thanks?

Post was last edited on August 28, 2018 3:35 PM PDT

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Try prior solutions like link.
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Windows 10 App

Windows 10 apps are not that efficient at store try using web instagram via google chrome.

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ERROR CODE 0X80080005
REASONS FOR GETTING ERROR CODE 0X80080005
Conflict between inbuilt and third party antivirus software
When upgrading the system from windows 8.1 to 10
Internal application conflict
Corrupted files


FIXING ERROR CODE 0X80080005
Go to the control panel and search for the Administrative tools.

Next, you can click on Services to find Background Intelligent Transfer Service from the list. Once you have found the service, right-click to display the Properties.

Go to the general tab and then select Automatic (delayed start) as the startup type. You can then click on start to initialize the service.

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