Definitely the error 0x800700ea from the app Movies & TV on Windows 10 and 11 it can be extremely annoying. Especially if we really want to relax to enjoy certain content. A little further down we will see how to solve this annoying problem.
How to fix Movies & TV app error 0x800700ea
Update the Movies & TV app
Updates are essential when using different applications, not only due to issues related to security and new functions. If not, they also fix various bugs and stability issues. In this case, we should check if there are updates available for the Movies & TV application through the Microsoft Store.
Install Shark007 Advanced Codecs
The Advanced Shark007 codec is among the most useful codecs that we will be able to have installed in Windows 10 and 11. Sometimes the lack of codecs can cause us to have problems playing certain types of content or because the file format has precisely, a format, which is not exactly the standard.
Change registry value.
Another thing we can do is change the registry value. Obviously, before continuing, it is advisable to make a backup copy of the registry or create a system restore point.
We press Windows + R and type “regedit”, then we press “OK”. A window opens where, from the left sidebar, we will have to navigate to the next location.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Audio
The next thing we will have to do is check if there is an entry called “DisableProtectedAudioDG” available on the right side. In case there is no one we will have to create it. This is easy, we right click in a different place and go to New> DWORD Value (32 bits). Now we are going to right click on the newly created value, we give it to change its name and we write “DisableProtectedAudioDG”.
Whether it is recently created or is available as soon as we enter this section, the default value it should show is 0. So we double-click it and enter 0 in the value data.
We close the registry and we will have to shut down or restart the computer.
Repair or reset the Movies & TV app
From the Settings section (Windows + i) we will have to go to Windows repair and we will have to repair the application in question.