- Delta 03 error code is a bad connection to The Division 2 servers.
- If you lose connection to the game’s server, either from your side or from Ubisoft, you’ll be disconnected.
- In some cases, the game server shuts down due to a false positive from an installed security application.
- In this Techquack article, you’ll learn a few effective ways to solve this problem in the game.
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Can’t play The Division because it keeps showing that the server is down in XBoX on consoles. Discuss and resolve the error code Delta C-1-198 on XBoX on consoles. Please let me know if you can help. Thanks!…
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There are a few issues with Division 2, including its inability to play offline. Users will encounter a Delta 03 error code if their connection to the game’s server is lost either from their side or from Ubisoft’s end.
The Division 2 Delta 03 error code indicates an issue with your connection to the servers. This will return you to the main menu of the game immediately. Once you have reconnected to the game, it may be best to quit and try again. Although you can reconnect, it might be better to quit the game and try again.
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If you encounter this error, you may have to restart the game to reconnect to it. The Delta-03 error code indicates a bad connection to The Division 2. The following methods might be helpful to you if you keep getting the error code. Just keep reading to find out more.
In this Techquack article, you’ll learn a few effective ways to solve this problem.
What causes a Delta 03 error code in Division 2?
Own the game for while, had it installed but never played. Finally decide to play the game but it’s very annoying being disconnected every 10-15 minutes with a delta-03 error. Stupid thing is I can play just fine when I’m out of the house on my phones Wifi and gaming laptop but can’t on my high speed cable connection at home. This is with the game on a external 2TB ssd that I use for both the laptop and PC, so the same install for both. I got no issues play the first Division game ether, play 3 hours straight after getting sick of the sequels issue so doubt it’s really something with my ISP.
Common TCP/IP mismatch: One of the most common cases causing this problem is a fairly typical TCP/IP mismatch, which can occur for many reasons. In this case, you can solve the problem by upgrading your current network or rebooting the router.
Check the game server status by clicking this link before worrying about the end of the problem. If the server goes down, you just have to wait. The Division 2 error codes can easily appear if the servers have a problem. For regular updates, check out the Twitter feed on the right.
Getting into a game with friends seems to be a big issue for players. The game usually crashes when they try to load into it with friends. You can fix this issue by restarting the game and joining your friend directly from the game rather than through your friends list. This should allow you to load in without any additional problems.
Interference from a third-party security package: It turns out that this problem can also be caused by an overprotective anti-virus or firewall. In this case, you can solve the problem by disabling the real-time protection or removing the security software completely (if you’re using a third-party firewall).
It is possible to access information about your system’s devices by using the Device Manager snap-in in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Yellow icons with exclamation points next to devices indicate if they are not working properly. Right-clicking the device and selecting Properties displays the actual error message along with the error code. These are the most common error codes and suggestions for resolving each problem:
I opened the XML config file with Notepad++ and edited it. There is still an XML config file (GFXSettings.TheDivision.exe.xml ).
DNS mismatch: DNS assigned from the wrong range can also be the main reason for activating this error code on Destiny 2. In this case, there are two ways to solve the problem. You can either remove your current DNS and have your ISP update the IP/TCP configuration from the advanced query, or switch to the DNS provided by Google.
As mentioned above, this error code indicates a network issue, and if the server is up and running, follow Ubisoft’s instructions to resolve the issue.
NAT has closed: Another common cause that can cause this error is when your NAT network is closed. This does not allow your computer to maintain stable connections to external game servers. In this case, you can solve the problem by enabling UPnP or manually forwarding the ports required by Destiny 2 if UPnP is not supported.
How to resolve the Delta 03 error code in Division 2?
A brief description of how to resolve MIKE01 / DELTA01, DELTA02, DELTA03, DELTA04, DELTA05, and DELTA06 errors is provided below:
Uplay is the platform you use to run The Division 2 on PC, so BRAVO-01 and BRAVO-03 relate to that platform. Often, this error comes up when you run Uplay in Offline Mode, which is problematic for The Division 2. The “Go Online” button in the main menu can be used to test if this is the reason for your issue.
Use Google’s public DNS
- The network connections console can be opened by typing ncpa.cpl in the Run window.
- To view the properties of your network, right-click on it.
- Click Properties if you wish to configure Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4).
- The new window will appear with the following options enabled.
It is recommended that you use 126.96.36.199 as your DNS server
There is also an alternative DNS server at 188.8.131.52.
- Use the following values for Internet Protocol version 6 (TCP/IPv6), then click OK to close the window.
It is recommended that you use the DNS server 2001:4860:4860::8888.
There is an alternate DNS server at 2001:4860:4860::8844.
- If the Delta 03 error persists, restart the game after saving your changes.
Disable the third-party security application
In some cases, the game server shuts down due to a false positive from an installed security application, whether it’s anti-virus or firewall. If you are using a third-party antivirus or firewall, try temporarily disabling it.
You may also need to disable Windows Defender, the antivirus program that protects your computer. Here are the steps:
- Open the Settings app by pressing Windows + I, then select Update and Security – Windows Security.
- The Windows Security window can be opened by clicking Virus and Threat Protection in the right pane.
- Manage settings can be found under Antivirus and Threat Protection.
- Delete Windows Defender’s disable button under Real-time Protection.
Reboot or reset the router
If this error occurs, simply reboot your router or reset it. A TCP/IP mismatch is one of the most common causes of Division 2 Delta 03 errors.
- Turn off your computer by pressing the power button.
- Power off your router by pressing the power button.
- Remove the power cord from the wall outlet and wait a few minutes.
- Internet access can be restored by restarting the router.
This may require a reboot of your router and reconnect if this does not work. Your router settings may have been modified previously and have caused the network mismatch.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Reboot the router.
- Reset router button.
- Turn off your antivirus.
- Configure Google DNS.
- Turn on UPnP in your router settings.
Delta errors in Division 2 are usually a bit vague and simply mean a loss of communication between you and the game servers. Unfortunately, they don't specify whether it's an error on your part or on Ubisoft's part, but keep in mind that it may not be your fault if you get this error.
The Delta-03 error code means a bad connection to The Division 2 servers. If you encounter this problem, you will immediately be returned to the game's main menu. After that, try to reconnect to the game. Division 2 will have to wait for Ubisoft's servers to stabilize.
- Restart your router.
- Reset router button.
- Turn off antivirus.
- Configure Google DNS.
- Turn on UPnP in your router settings.
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