Having trouble installing a game from the Xbox (Beta) app on your PC? Try the following.
As basic as this is, a simple restart can set many things right.
If there’s a download error, first try downloading again.
If the installation keeps failing, in most cases you’ll see an error code with a message. These are generally 10-character codes that start with “0x.” For example, 0xC03F7003.
To install games from Xbox Game Pass, you must have an active Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta) plan.
Some games require additional components to be installed for the game to function properly. Depending on the components being installed, you may be prompted for permission from an administrator during game installation or when the game is first launched.
See Create a local user or administrator account in Windows 10 for more information.
If you restart your PC while installing a game from Game Pass, the installation state might not be apparent when you re-open the Xbox (Beta) app or the Store. But the partially installed game is likely still there!
To continue installing:
When starting the game installation from the Xbox (Beta) app you have the option of changing where content will be stored by selecting the hard drive you want to install to. If you see the message “Selected drive is not set up to install games,” your drive is not provisioned and installation access is denied. To fix this:
Try reinstalling gaming services. To do this:
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