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Twitch is a famous streaming platform, which is used by millions of gamers and fans of games. It allows users to easily stream video games, TV series and live music over the Internet. But Twitch isn’t always doing well.
According to users reports, Twitch sometimes stopped loading or worked with an error message “failed to load module”. This is really an unfortunate problem for those who are used to streaming games or video with Twitch.
This Twitch bug often occurs in browsers like Google Chrome. If you encounter the problem “the module can’t be loaded” with Twitch, it may be difficult to first update the current web page by pressing both Ctrl and F5 keys.
What should I do if the “Failed to Load Module” Twitch error still exists? Some possible solutions from the forum are presented in the following content, and you can try them one after another.
The first method I offer to solve this problem is to update your Twitch application.
Obviously, if you haven’t updated your Twitch application for some time, the chances of getting such problems increase.
Therefore, to solve the problem of not loading the module, you need to update the Twitch application.
If you use the Twitch application on your cell phone, you can just go and play and update the application.
Moreover, for a user who uses the Twitch application on your PC, you can update it by visiting its official website.
Disable all Chrome extension
- Click on the three points in the upper right corner of Google Chrome and click on Additional Tools.
- Select the extensions, then check the boxes that accompany each extension – if they turn white and gray, they will now be disabled.
- Go to Twitch and check if the feed is loading now.
Google Chrome update
Let’s move on to the last method.
If the above method does not work for you, check this last method.
To do this you need to update your Google Chrome browser.
Let me say that Google always provides various updates for its users to make browsing smoother.
If you do not update your web browser, the probability of problems such as unsuccessful loading of modules increases.
Updating your web browser will always help you solve these problems.
So you should update your Chrome browser.
Change your presence so that it is invisible, and then return to the network.
If you have problems with the Twitch mobile application, it may be the result of a temporary software/communication failure. To solve the problem you should log out of the application and then log back in.
- Open your Twitch app and click on the user icon (in the upper left corner of the window).
- Now touch the icon of the gear wheel (in the upper right corner of the window).
- Then click on “Change presence”.
- Now click on “Invisible”.
- Double-click the Back button to return to the Twitch application main screen.
- Now replace the Invisible Presence with an online presence and check if the problem is solved.
Go to Chrome Incognito
- Tap three points in the upper right corner of Google Chrome.
- Click on the new Incognito window.
- Open Twitch in Incognito mode and see if the channels are loaded now.
Clear the cache, cookies and history in Google Chrome.
- Tap three dots in the upper right corner of Google Chrome.
- Expand the other tools and click Clear navigation data.
- Check the boxes next to Cookies and other website data and Cached images and files, and then click Clear Data.
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