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If you’re a fan of online games, you’ve probably heard of or played Roblox. In short, Roblox is a multiplayer online game.
The platform is so large that the game itself allows players to create their own games.
Not only that.
You can also play games created by other players. The best thing about Roblox is that it can accept games of almost any genre. That’s why Roblox has a huge fan base.
But here in this thread, we’re going to discuss something else related to Roblox.
Have you ever seen this message during a game and been kicked out of the game?
DISCONNECTED: You have been kicked out of the game [error code 267].
If so, this article will really help you.
What is Roblox error code 267?
Roblox error code: 267 is an error that usually appears during the game and throws the player out of the game. The error usually appears on the screen with a message explaining the reason for the exception. Error code 267 means that you were kicked out using the admin script created by the game developer.
Usually Roblox has nothing to do with the error. Rather, it can happen for a variety of reasons, some of which are beyond your control. More often than not, a new account is to blame. Therefore, if you have an account that is less than 30 days old, your attempts to log in to some games will fail.
Use a compatible browser
Sometimes this error is caused by an incompatible browser. Not all browsers support all games, then this error code appears. It is recommended to update your web browser to the latest version. After updating your browser, open the game and check it once.
Reset your internet settings
You must reset your Internet settings to eliminate this error code. First, launch Google Chrome, then go to Settings. Select the advanced option, then click the Reset button and exit Settings.
Clear Chrome’s temporary files
If you encounter error code 267 when trying to read the Bloxburg map in Chrome (or a Chromium-based browser), you’ve probably encountered a well-documented error related to the temporary files with which the game ends.
If this scenario applies, the way to fix the problem is to make sure your browser is updated to the latest version and then clear the temporary cache file associated with the game.
Several affected users have confirmed that this is the only operation that allows them to play Roblox stably (without the error code 267 appearing regularly).
- First of all, make sure you have the latest version of Google Chrome installed. To do this, click the action button (the icon with the three dots) in the upper right corner and select Help > About Google Chrome.
- Once you get to the next window, Google Chrome will start searching for a new version. If a new version is available, follow the instructions on the screen to complete the update and then reboot when prompted.
- After making sure that you have the latest version of Chrome installed, make sure that all tabs are closed (except the active tab) and click the action button again.
- In the “Settings” menu, scroll down the screen and click the “More” button to display the hidden menu in the browser.
- When the hidden menu appears, click Clear Browsing Data, then click the Basic tab. Then make sure that the fields associated with cached images and files, as well as cookies and other page data, are checked.
- Finally, set the range to “Every hour” using the drop-down menu at the bottom, and start the process by clicking “Clear Data”.
If neither method works, use the last method to solve your problem. You need to uninstall and reinstall Roblox. Check if the problem is solved.
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