When you try joining private Roblox servers, there’s a chance you’ll face an error code of 610. It’s a connection-related error and for the most part, it’s not because of your machine or internet.
Another name for this error is HTTP 400 Server error.
Since ROBLOX is a server-side game, the first thing you need to make sure is whether the servers are up and running. To do this, you need to see if ROBLOX is working or not.
Is ROBLOX down?
Tools like this ROBLOX outage detector are very useful in statring your debugging journey. If large numbers of outages are being reported, the most you can do is file your own complaint and hope someone looks at it soon.
The more complains people file, the greater the chance is of the problem being fixed.
If ROBLOX is indeed down, you can’t really do much about it except to wait. As long as the servers are being problematic, you can’t do anything useful yourself.
If ROBLOX servers are fine, then there are a number of things you can try.
Update your browser
If you’re playing the game from your browser, your default browser should be updated to the latest version.
If you use Google Chrome, check this guide.
For Firefox, see this link.
If you’re an Internet Explorer user, this is for you.
In case you use any other browser, simply search on Google ‘how to update <your browser>’.
ROBLOX servers are working fine and your browser is also updated, but you keep getting an HTTP 400 Server error.
A simple ‘logout and login again’ might just do the trick. Here’s how you can logout of your ROBLOX account.
- Open the ROBLOX player
- Click on the More option in the right corner of the player
- Scroll down until to the Log out button and click it
Log back in by:
- Open the ROBLOX layer.
- Input your login and password
- Click Login
Use another network
If you’ve tried everything above and still face the same error, try connecting from a different network.
It could be possible that you’re internet is just having problems and it has nothing to do with ROBLOX specifically.
Just open your WiFi menu and see what other secure networks are available. Try any of them and see if it makes a difference.
If you don’t have any networks available, you can try using your phone’s hotspot to create one.
Just keep an eye out on your data meter and try avoiding large maps and games. They might drain your data package very quickly if you play for a long time.
Refresh DNS cached files
This fix is useful if you experience frequent disconnects and connection problems with everything. If you’re able to browse everything else properly and no games are disconnecting, then refreshing your DNS cache won’t help you.
If you are experiencing a rough internet connection, then you can try the following method to refresh your DNS cache.
- Open Windows search and type Command Prompt
- Open the prompt box
- Type ‘Ipconfig/flushdns’ and press Enter
- Restart your PC to apply changes
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