Xbox is quite a useful and impressive application that allows you to record clips of video games and to stream console games. But some users recently encountered an Xbox game bar 0x8232300f on the Status bar of the computer while recording gameplay. This error typically occurs because of the false configuration of the Xbox app and the damaged Microsoft app cache. Because of this issue, users fail to record clips of Xbox video games.
This tutorial will show you some effective ways that will help you to fix this issue.
Xbox game bar 0x8232300f on Windows 10
To fix Xbox game bar 0x8232300f on Windows 10, use the steps –
1. Repair Xbox Game Bar
Many users reported that they got able to fix this error just by repairing the Xbox Game Bar. Here is how you can do this:
- Open Windows Search using Windows+S keys and then type “Xbox Game Bar”.
- Do a right-click on the top of the result and choose App settings.
- On the Settings page, scroll down to Reset and click Repair. Don’t worry, the app’s data will not be affected.
- Then type Windows + G keys and check if it works.
2. Reset Microsoft Store cache
Damaged Microsoft Store cache can also be the cause to occur this issue. So, if repairing the Xbox app doesn’t resolve the problem, try resetting the Microsoft Store cache and see if it helps.
3. Install Media Feature pack
Sometimes lack of the Media feature pack on your device also occurs this issue. To fix it, install the Media feature using the following steps:
- Right-click on Start and select Settings > Apps > Apps and features > Optional features > Add a feature.
- In the list of available optional features, find the Media Feature Pack and then install it.
- Restart your device and see if it works.
Note: If you don’t find the feature in the Optional list, then do the following steps:
- Go to the Microsoft page.
- Select your preferred language and hit Download.
- Next, choose the file that you want to download, then hit Next.
- Perform the installation process using Windows update standalone installer.
- Restart your computer and check.
4. Check the Pending Updates
Sometimes pending updates also cause to occur the problems related to the Xbox game bar. To fix such an issue, you can check your pending Windows updates and install them if available. Here are the steps you can use to do this:
- Open Settings app using Windows + I keys.
- Click Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates.
- If the updates are available, download them first and then install them.
5. End Task Broadcast DVR Server
The next method you can try to fix this issue is to stop running the broadcast DVR Server process. It is because the Broadcast DVR Server prevents to start a new task for the recording that possibly might be the reason to flash this error code.
- Click on the Start button, type “Task Manager” and then select the result from the top of the list.
- Under the Processes section, locate Broadcast DVR Server.
- Once you find it, right-click on it and select End task.
6. Reinstall Xbox App
Unfortunately, if none of the above methods worked then try re-installing the Xbox app. This will make a new copy of the software with no bugs and issues. Follow the steps to do so:
- Open PowerShell as an administrator.
- Once it opens, type the following command:
Copy Get-AppxPackage *xboxapp* | Remove-AppxPackage
- Press Enter to run the command. When it completes, restart your computer.
- Now go to the Store app, search & install the app again.