Error Code E:47-0 Invalid Profile

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Hey! I just today got this error when I tried to go play FH4 and nothing that I found on Google seems to work. I contacted the support also, but it may take time for them to answer me, so I decided to ask here also if someone has fixed this problem if they have gotten it. I’m playing on Windows 10 PC.

Forza Horizon Invalid profile
Forza Horizon Invalid profile

What can cause this and how can I fix it without losing all my progress… Over 100 hours playtime so it would suck if I lose my progress… Thanks in advance.

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Error Code E:47-0 Invalid Profile

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The full error reads:

“INVALID PROFILE
The Forza Horizon profile you are trying to load is no longer available. For more information, please visit support, https://aka.ms/FH4GameSave
Error Code E:47-0”

If you encounter this error when playing Forza Horizon, try doing this to begin a new save. First, you need to verify that your computer’s “Offline Permissions” is turned on. Open Microsoft store then click your profile picture and then select “Settings.”

Scroll down to “Offline Permissions” then make sure “Make this PC the one I use to run some games or apps that have limited licenses, even when I’m offline” is set to “On.” Next, unplug the network cable from the network port to disconnect your computer from the internet.

After this, go to your Windows 10 “Settings,” “Storage,” “Apps & games,” “Forza Horizon 4,” “Advanced Options” then select the “Reset” button. Next, start the game and play for several minutes to create a new local save. After this, connect your computer back to the internet. If this doesn’t work, try booting in clean boot state.

Press the Windows key + R to bring up the “Run” dialog then type without quotes “msconfig” then hit Enter. In “System Configuration” window, go to “Services” tab then check “Hide All Microsoft Services.” Next, click “Disable All” then click “Apply.” After this, go to “Startup” tab and click “Disable all.” Click “OK” to exit the “System Configuration” window then restart the computer.

After booting, check “Don’t show this message or launch the System” when the “System Configuration Utility” window appears. If the problem continues, try to uninstall and reinstall the Xbox app on your computer. Press the Windows key then type the following in the search field:

Windows PowerShell

Right-click “Windows PowerShell” in the search results then select “Run as administrator.” On the next screen, type the following to uninstall the Xbox app then hit Enter:

Get-AppxPackage *xboxapp*| Remove-AppxPackage

When it is finished, open Microsoft store and download the Xbox app.

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