Error 0x803F8001 Paint 3D is Currently Not Available on Windows 10

Getting error Paint 3D is currently not available in your account. Here’s the error code, in case you need it 0x803F8001, While open Paint 3D App on windows 10? The main reason behind this error is synchronizing issue between your Microsoft account and your device. We advise users to re-add their accounts and check whether the problem is solved or not. If the problem persists Apply the solutions below to get rid of this error 0x803F8001 Paint 3D is Currently Not Available on Windows 10.

Fix Paint 3D is Currently Not Available

Paint 3D is a built-in 3D modeling app included in Windows 10 v1709, which incorporates features of Microsoft Paint and 3D builder to combine a lightweight hybrid 2D-3D editing experience. It enabled users to create and share content in an entirely new dimension. But sometimes, the app just refuses to open, It flashes an error message like

Paint 3D is currently not available in your account, Here’s the error code in case you need it 0x803F8001

when I try to open Paint 3D, it spits out an error saying “Check your account. Paint 3D is currently not on your account.” and gives me the error code 0x803F8001. I’ve tried methods all around the Internet and none have worked so far. 

As the error code 0x803F8001 mainly appears due to sync issues between your Microsoft account and your device. As such, it is recommended to re-add your laptop to your account and check if the issue persists. If problem continues

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Reset the Paint 3D apps

Open settings -> Apps -> Apps & Features. Navigate to Paint 3D and click on Advanced Options. Now click on Reset Button and check if the problem is solved or not. Else proceed to the next step.

reset Paint 3D app

Run Windows Apps Troubleshooter

windows store apps troubleshooter

Open settings -> update & security -> Troubleshoot -> on middle pane scroll and look for windows store apps, select and click run the troubleshooter.

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Run Windows 10 store apps troubleshooter might solve the primary issue concerned with Paint. If the troubleshooter lists Windows Store cache as the main cause then it is advisable to manually clear or reset the Windows Store cache. To do this press Windows + R, type WSReset.exe, and click on OK to check the problem is resolved.

Reinstall Paint 3D app

This is another effective solution simply Uninstalling Paint 3D and reinstalling it from the Windows Store. Before proceeding, make sure you backup your 3D projects by saving the following folder contents to a different location on your hard drive:

Now open PowerShell as an administrator, right-click on the windows 10 start menu select PowerShell (admin). Then perform the command below

Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.MSPaint | Remove-AppxPackage

command to remove paint 3D app

The above command uninstalls Paint 3D. Now, visit the Paint 3D Windows Store URL and install the app.

install paint 3D

That should do it! Regarding the earlier Projects created using 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 original Paint 3D’s Application package folder.

I am sure now the problem should be resolved, and you should no more see the error 0x803F8001 Paint 3D is Currently Not Available appearing again. Still need help feel free to discuss it in the comments below. Also, the Read Fix your windows license will expire soon on windows 10.

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