- Some Roblox users keep crashing out of the game with error code 268.
- This error occurs on both Windows 10 and Xbox One.
- Several different reasons can be behind the appearance of this particular error code.
- In some circumstances, you can expect to see this error code if your Internet Explorer is storing poorly cached data.
- If you only see the error message when playing through the browser you can bypass the error by using the RobLox UWP app instead.
This error message will appear in the game, forcing you to quit if you do not fix it: Roblox error code 268?
A client behavior that is not expected has resulted in your exclusion. (Error code: 268.)”
The game has been closed and you have been removed from the server (Error code: 268).
The game crashes out on Windows 10 as well as Xbox One for some Roblox users.
What is the cause of Roblox error code 268?
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There are several potential causes for Roblox error code 268. Here’s a shortlist of the most likely culprits:
Server issue: This particular error code can appear if the developers are in the middle of a maintenance period or if there has been an unexpected server failure. In this case, you have nothing to do but wait for the parties involved to fix the problem.
Cheat engine/operating program interference: This error can also occur if you’ve ever tried to use (or actively used) a cheat engine for Roblox. If so, a recent update may have caused a glitch in your game. If this scenario applies, you can solve the problem by uninstalling the cheat engine and reinstalling Roblox.
Damaged game files: If you are experiencing this problem on your Xbox One, the error you are seeing may be due to a file integrity issue. To solve the problem in this case, you will have to reinstall the game traditionally.
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Browser Problem: If you only see the error message when playing through the browser, you can bypass the error by using the Roblox UWP app instead. In general, this approach is considered more stable than playing through the browser.
Your account may be banned from the server if the game detects modifications.
Third-party problem: it turns out that an overprotected package may also be responsible for the appearance of this particular error code. If this scenario seems to apply, disable the anti-virus package or remove it completely and see if the problem goes away.
Inconsistent personal settings in Internet options: In some circumstances, you can expect to see this error code if your Internet Explorer is storing poorly cached data, which can affect the stability of the game. To fix the problem in this case, you need to clear your personal settings in Internet Options.
How to fix the Roblox error code 268
Clear your browser cache
When you save a cache, it can cause problems detecting files on your client and can result in your client being classified as suspicious by the server. You can clear your cache by following these steps:
- If your browser doesn’t have a three dots button, click it.
- You will now see a new window that contains the settings for your browser.
- You will now be able to clear your browser data.
- You should then select and delete all browser data.
If DNS is accidentally saved in the cache, you may be able to connect to a different server. To clear DNS, follow these steps:
- The search bar can be used to open the command line.
- Type ipconfig / flush dns
- You will be prompted to clear the DNS cache when you press Enter.
- Go to step three if the error persists after clearing the DNS.
Turn on the firewall
You can prevent your computer from being hacked by using a firewall instead of anti-virus software.
As a Roblox player, I had a time when my firewall blocked a connection, and I was unable to find out why it blocked my connection until I discovered the firewall was to blame. Here is how to authorize Roblox through your firewall:
- You can open a new window by typing Control Panel in the Windows search bar on your screen.
- You can now open the settings of your firewall by selecting Windows Defender Firewall.
- Click on the Allow an application or feature through Windows Firewall option in the left half of the firewall window. From there, you can choose the program you want to use.
- You can find the Roblox program by going to C:/Program Files/Program Files/Roblox.
- Make sure both public and private network permissions are checked.
- Once all changes have been made, apply them.
External factors may corrupt application files. Reinstallation is the only solution to this problem:
- Click on “Control Panel”
- Alternatively, you can click Add and Remove Programs to uninstall a program.
- All programs will be listed, including Roblox.
- You will be prompted to uninstall the application.
- The uninstallation of Roblox will be completed as soon as you click this button.
- Sign up for a Roblox account at the Roblox website.
- Then click “Play” on any game once you’ve logged into Roblox.
- In this window, you will be informed that Roblox has been installed.
- The game opens automatically when you enter.
Restart your computer
Reboot your computer to reset your caches, DNS settings, and Roblox log files if none of the above solutions worked.
- The Start menu will appear.
- You can then select Restart/Reboot from the Power menu.
- Reboot the computer after it has finished.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Disable third-party extensions in Roblox.
- Turn off antivirus for the duration of the game.
- Exit the game and start it from the Roblox application.
- Reinstall Roblox.
- Restart the game.
- Make sure that you are online.
- Exit the game and try again later.
- Use Chrome as your default browser.
- Reset all settings on your web browser.
- Check your wireless connection.
- Check your browser security settings.
- Disable ad blockers.
- Bypass Roblox 267 error code.
- Update your network drivers.
This error occurs when there are malicious files on your computer that are doing something to Roblox. Make sure your antivirus is working (hackers might have saved something on your computer), and do not use exploits as they also cause this error. Reinstall Roblox if the error continues to occur.
- Update your default browser.
- Use the Windows compatibility tool.
- Turn off the Windows firewall.
- Disable the Google Chrome extension.
- Try to forward the port.
- Disable the VPN software.
- Check for packet loss.
- Reinstall ROBLOX.
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