Xbox is a well-known online video gaming brand by Microsoft. The contribution of the MS to the 8th console generation saw many revisions, each of them fixing earlier issues with the console but bringing new problems and glitches of their own. Recently, many players are running into the error codes 0x87E107DF and 0x803F9006. Players mostly receive these error codes while launching their games. If you are also suffering from any of these error codes, let’s find out what is the meaning of these error codes and how to fix them.
Fixing 0x87E107DF Error on Xbox
The meaning of error code 0x87E107DF on Xbox is that the console has some issues and so it cannot find the license that allows you play that particular game. It happens if you are attempting to access a game you don’t own. But, if you have purchased that copy, here we have mentioned a few things to fix the issue.
Fix: First of all, try to restart your console. Hold down the power button for about 15-20 seconds until it is shut down completely. Wait for the next 30-40 seconds and then turn it on. Relaunch the game and check, the issue should be fixed.
In case, you have a physical game copy. Make sure to clean the disc and then insert it properly. In case the disc is dirty or cracked, the console won’t be able to read it correctly and throw error codes like 0x87E107DF on your Xbox.
Fixing 0x803F9006 Error on Xbox:
If you are running into an error code 0x803F9006 on your Xbox, that means, your console is not able to check the usage rights for a particular game or app that you are attempting to launch.
If you have purchased the game digitally, the usage rights must be connected to your account. If you have a subscription for Game Pass, then the subscription allows you to access the rights.
Well, here is how you can fix the error code 0x803F9006 on your Xbox.
Fix: The first thing you should do is to make sure the Xbox servers are up and running fine. Click here to check the current server status. If the servers are down due to scheduled maintenance or outage, the issue will get resolved automatically once the servers are back online. Also, make sure your internet connection is also working fine and stable.
After making sure of both of these things, if you are still running into the same error, then try to reset your Xbox. Hold down the power button on your Xbox for about 15-20 seconds. Wait the next 30-40 seconds and then turn it on.
If still, you are not able to get on the game, then set your console as your account’s Home Xbox. It will make it so any of the accounts that sign in to that console can access your game as well as Xbox Live Gold/Game Pass content without requiring you to sign into your account. For this, open the Settings and go to General >> Personalization and then click on My home Xbox and check the box.