Many Roblox users have reported getting Error Code: 610 when they attempt to begin a game. This code has been seen many times on various different games, so it’s not just associated with one.
We have a few simple methods that may have you back on your game in no time. Users have reported that Method 2: Sign out the back in works best for them. So we suggest skipping right o that one first if you want to save some time.
- 1 What is Roblox Error Code 610?
- 2 What Causes Roblox Error Code 610?
- 3 How to Fix Roblox Error Code 610
What is Roblox Error Code 610?
The Roblox Error Code: 610 is an error that a Roblox user will see when they are trying to start a game. The issue itself is not specific to any one game. There are plenty of error codes that Roblox will throw out, but this one is the newest of them all.
What Causes Roblox Error Code 610?
We think it’s safe to say that there are a few reasons why this error may be popping up. For example:
Servers are down!
When the servers are down, there’s not much you can do about that. It could mean that Roblox is doing scheduled maintenance or there are some unexpected issues with the server. You can verify this using a down detector. If this is the case, the only thing you can do is wait.
About 2-years ago, there was a massive hacking issue. Accounts were hacked with a pop-up that literally broke the game for many people.
Web Player is Under Maintenance
A lot of users have reported that the web version of the game is more unstable than the desktop version.
Bad Cached DNS
A bad cached DNS may be the root of the error. You can perform a couple of options to clear the cache and flush the DNS.
How to Fix Roblox Error Code 610
We have done some research and found a few methods that may have your Roblox game back up and running without the Error Code 610 message popping up. Here’s what we found:
Check the servers
Sign out then back in
Create a new account
Download on to your computer
Refresh DNS and IP configurations
Method 1: Check the Servers
The best way to figure out whether or not the error code is an issue on your end or theirs is to check a down detection website. Sometimes they have scheduled maintenance or their servers are malfunctioning. We suggest downdetector.com. This website will tell you whether or not Roblox is down. If it is, you’ll just have to wait it out.
Method 2: Sign Out Then Back In
When all the user accounts were hacked with a pop-up that broke the game, the simple solution was to sign out and back into their account. You can do this by performing the following actions:
Click the Gear icon in Roblox
Refresh the browser
Log in again
Click on the Game tab and try to launch a game
If you are still receiving the error, move on to the next method.
Method 3: Create a New Account
It’s been reported that creating a new account was an easy way to work around the error code. It may not be the best option if you have a lot of friends and Robux on your account, but at least it will still be there if it’s an issue on Robloxs’ end, right? Alright, here’s how to create a new account if you have forgotten:
Go to the Roblox webpage and click Sign Up
Fill out the form with your information
Click Sign Up to register
Log in with your new credentials
Launch a game in any mode
If this didn’t work for you, then we have one more solution.
Method 4: Download On To Your Computer
This method will only work if you are running Windows 10. Installing Roblox on your computer is a way to bypass the error code. Most of those who were affected by this error reported that Error Code: 610 was eliminated in its entirety after they installed Roblox onto their computer. Here’s how to do it:
Go to the Roblox website and hit the Get button
You may also open the Windows Store and search for Roblox
Once the download has completed, press the play button to launch
Sign in with your login credentials
Navigate to Game and launch any mode
If you are continuing to see Error Code: 610 then move on to the next method.
Method 5: Refresh DNS and IP Configurations
It has been reported by many users that refreshing their IP and DNS configurations solved the issue and they no longer saw Error Code: 610. Here’s how to flush your saved DNS addresses and hopefully get back to playing Roblox games:
Click on Win + R to open the Run box
Enter cmd in the box
Right-click and run as administrator
Once in the command prompt, enter ipconfig /flushdns (there should be a space before the forward slash)
Once the connection is restored, close command prompt and restart your browser
Run Roblox again to see if the issue is gone
Our Final Words
Did you get back on Roblox? If so, awesome! If not, then we suggest using a repair tool that may replace corrupt and/or missing files, such as Restoro Repair. Roblox is a game with millions of users on it, so sometimes the servers may be a little out of wack, Give it a few minutes or maybe an hour and hopefully, it will work again.