Paint 3D is a 3D modeling app built into Windows 10 that includes Microsoft Paint and 3D Builder features to bring together a lightweight hybrid 2D-3D editing interface. If you see the following when launching the application, read this article on how to fix it.
An error message may appear when trying to launch Paint 3D. This is a common problem that is reported late. You may receive an error message: “Paint 3D is not currently available on your account. Here’s the error code if you need one: 0x803F8001. “
Don’t worry because there are several methods you can use to fix this problem. But before following the steps below, be sure to back up your saved Paint 3D projects with any 3D models you create.
Now let’s see how to fix the problem.
Check if this helps open Paint 3D. Otherwise, try the following.
Reset Paint 3D app
When you install a program and an error occurs, your first solution is usually to reinstall the program. The same happens when the application is reset. Go to Settings> Apps> Apps & features. Scroll down to Paint 3D and click Advanced options. Click the Reset button to completely and easily uninstall and reinstall the app.
Using a Windows Store Reset
This step will help clear the Windows Store cache if the store gets corrupted for any reason and will cause Paint 3D to stop working.
Step 1. Simultaneously press the Windows + R keys on your keyboard and press Enter to open the Run dialog box. Type WSReset.exe in the search box and press Enter.
Step 2: A Windows Store command window will open. Resetting Microsoft Store takes a long time. Once the reset is complete, the store window will automatically open.
Uninstall and reinstall Paint 3D.
Start PowerShell and run the following command:
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage
The above command will remove Paint 3D. Now visit the Windows Store URL for Paint 3D and install the app.
He must do it! For previous projects created with Paint 3D, if you don’t see them in the Open menu, close Paint 3D. Then copy the Projects folder from the backup to the folder from the original Paint 3D application package.