How to Fix “Error Code: 267” on Roblox?

Some players have been encountering the error code 267 while trying to play Roblox. The error message occurs when you are trying to join a server and instead of letting you in, it kicks you out with the mentioned error code displayed.

This can sometimes occur when the server has illegal scripts incorporated due to which Roblox kicks you out of it. In addition to that, there are other factors as well that can come into play that can end up causing the issue. In this article, we are going to show you how to resolve the error code mentioned above so just follow through.

Roblox Error Code 267

As it turns out, Roblox is a very popular online gaming platform that can be played via the browser or using the Roblox Player. With tons of servers and different games, you are almost guaranteed to have something that can keep you busy.

However, when you aren’t able to join a server due to an error code such as the error code 268 or the one mentioned above, the experience can quickly be ruined. Before we get started with the different methods that you can use to resolve the issue, let us first go through the various causes of the issue mentioned. 

  • Illegal Scripts — One of the reasons that the issue can occur is when the server that you are trying to connect to is using illegal scripts that are not allowed by Roblox. As such, when this happens, you will be kicked out of the server for your own safety. 
  • Banned Account — Another reason why you can experience the mentioned error code is when your user account is banned from the server. This can happen due to a number of reasons such as your in-game behavior. In such a scenario, you can reach out to the server admins for assistance. 
  • Third-Party Extensions — If you are using your web browser to play Roblox, then the third-party extensions that are installed on your browser can sometimes cause the error code in question. In such a case, you will have to disable the installed extensions especially any ad-blockers in order to resolve the issue. 

 

Now that we have gone through the possible list of causes of the issue, let us get started with the different methods that you can use to fix the issue in question.

Join a Private Server and Reconnect

As it turns out, the first thing that you should do when you encounter the error code in question is to try joining a private server. In most cases, the problem is restricted to a specific server that you wish to join and you can easily get rid of it by joining a private server.

Once you have joined a private server, you can go ahead and leave it. With that done, you should give joining the server, which prompted you with the error code in the first place, another shot and sees if it works out. The problem should now be gone and you will be able to connect without any issues.

Note that if you can’t join a private server, try joining another public server and then disconnect once you are inside. That can work in some cases as well. 

This has been reported by several users who were facing a similar error code and were able to get around with it via this trick. As such, it might be able to do the trick for you as well. 

Disable Third-Party Extensions 

As we have mentioned above, if you are using your web browser to play Roblox instead of the Roblox Player, it is likely that the issue might be caused by the third-party extensions that are installed on your browser. Installing extensions can be really helpful, however, they can lead to some issues every now and then.

This can especially occur when you are using an ad-blocker. However, that may not always be the only reason as other extensions can also trigger the error code in question. As such, you will have to disable the third-party extensions on your browser to see if that resolves the issue.

The exact steps of disabling the third-party add-ons may differ depending on your browser, as we are going to be using Microsoft Edge, but you should still be able to follow the mentioned instructions without any trouble. Let us get started. 

  1. First of all, on your browser, in the top right corner, click on the three-dotted menu.
  2. From the drop-down menu, click on the Extensions option. This might be called Add-ons on your browser.
    Opening up Extensions Page
  3. On Microsoft Edge, click the Manage extension option.
    Edge Extensions Menu
  4. After doing that, on the extensions page, go ahead and disable all of the extensions provided.
    Installed Extensions
  5. With that done, restart your browser and see if the problem still persists. 

Create a New Account

Finally, if the above methods have not fixed the problem for you, and you are experiencing the error code not a particular server, but rather the issue widespread, then the only workaround is to create a new account. Now, we are aware that this may be frowned upon especially if you have made a lot of progress in certain servers since you are going to lose that with the creation of a new account.

However, in order to overcome the problem and be able to play, creating a new account is the final resort. This has also been reported and suggested to multiple players who were facing a similar issue. 

Kevin Arrows
Kevin is a dynamic and self-motivated information technology professional, with a Thorough knowledge of all facets pertaining to network infrastructure design, implementation and administration. Superior record of delivering simultaneous large-scale mission critical projects on time and under budget.

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