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My Question or Issue
Recent update 2021-7 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 20H2 for x64 base system(7-16-2021), has affected my ability to use the Spotify App on my PC. It worked right before that with the update that installed 4 days prior. I do not have the option to return to the previous version, as it says "your PC was updated more than 10 days ago", which makes no sense lol. Anyway, I get "this content is not available" error message when I click on a song, and all the tracks are grayed out. I've uninstalled then reinstalled, restarted my PC and opened the app, nothing, and I've also uninstalled, restarted my PC then reinstalled, it fixes nothing. I do notice that my PC now says "no internet access" under network, but I do actually have internet access. The only thing that isn't working is Spotify. This is not the first update that's caused this issue, and some of the updates fix it until the next update installs...it's rather annoying, and I'm hoping I'm not alone in this. Not to say I want others to have this irritating problem lol, but hopeful someone has advice on how to fix it, short of doing a full Windows reinstall[last resort]. See ss for reference.
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Spotify's support is just having a laugh, keeping you folks busy.
The fact that the Windows Store claims to be offline is the tell-tale here for the OP. The Network Location Awareness service was **bleep** up by the Windows update. I had the same issue. I fixed it by uninstalling the network interface in Device Manager and then rebooting so Windows could reinstall it.
For Rocklin6977 the same may help you but without knowing for sure that it's nlasvc to blame your mileage may vary.