How to Fix Roblox Error Code 277

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To recall, Roblox is online gaming as well as a game creation platform where users can play or create games, developed and published by Roblox Corporation. It’s available for Windows, Xbox One, Android, macOS, iOS, Fire OS platforms. Now, plenty of users are reporting that the Roblox Error Code 277 is appearing for some unknown reasons. It seems that the game keeps crashing or losing connection to the game server. So, if you’re also one of them, check this troubleshooting guide to fix it.

According to the players, the particular error message says “Roblox Error Code 277. Disconnected: Lost connection to the game server, please reconnect.” But there is nothing to worry about as the error message indicating itself as there is some issue with the game server. However, there may be some conflict that appears due to the poor network connection, Wi-Fi issues, etc. from your side.

How to Fix Roblox Error Code 277

Here we’ve shared a couple of solutions to easily resolve this error code in no time. So, without further ado, let’s jump into the steps below:

How to Fix Roblox Error Code 277

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1. Check Roblox Server Status

  • Head over to the Roblox Server Status Page to check whether there is any server downtime or maintenance process is ongoing or not.
  • If all the system shows operational that means there is no issue with the game server. However, if there is some issue, make sure to wait for a couple of hours before trying Roblox again.

Also Read: How to Fix Roblox Error Code 103 on Xbox One?

2. Use the Roblox Utility Tool

  • Download the Roblox Utility Tool on your Windows PC/Laptop.
  • Install this tool > Click on Scan Now.
  • Wait for a couple of seconds or more to complete scanning.
  • Once done, it will show you the Fix button if there is an issue.
  • Click on Fix and wait for some time to fix the error code 277.
  • Finally, restart your computer and try running the Roblox again.

3. Update Default Browser

First of all, you’ll need to check which browser is selected as a default Windows 10 browser and then simply update that browser by following the steps below:

  • Click on Start > Go to Settings.
  • Select Apps > Click on Default Apps from the left pane.
  • Under the Web browser category, you’ll find the Google Chrome browser selected as a default browser.
  • Now, head over to the Google Chrome browser > Click on the Menu (three dots icon) from the upper right side.
  • Go to Help > About Google Chrome > It will automatically check for updates and tell you whether the browser is updated or not. If an update is available, it will automatically download and install it. Once done, restart your Chrome browser and you’re good to go.

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However, if in case, the default web browser is set to a different browser then do similar steps with that also. For other browsers, the steps to check for updates can be slightly different.

4. Change Default Browser

Sometimes, updating the default browser can also fix some of the possible issues.

  • Click on Start > Go to Settings.
  • Select Apps > Click on Default Apps from the left pane.
  • Under the Web browser category, click on Google Chrome and select any other browser (for example, choose Microsoft Edge or Mozilla Firefox).
  • Restart the computer and try running Roblox again.

5. Run Roblox Compatibility Mode

  • Right-click on the Roblox icon > Click on Properties.
  • Under the Compatibility tab, click on the Run this program in the compatibility mode checkbox to enable it.
  • Select the Windows OS version that you’re using.
  • Click on Apply and then OK.
  • Finally, try running the Roblox software as an administrator and check for the issue.

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6. Delete Roblox Log Files

  • Press Windows + R key on the keyboard to open up the Run dialog box. Run dialog box
  • Now, type the following command in the Run dialog box and hit Enter:
%localappdata%\Roblox\logs
  • Use the Ctrl + A keyboard shortcut to select all the files in the folder.
  • Next, use the Shift + Delete keyboard shortcut to completely delete all the selected log files of the Roblox from the PC.
  • Once done, open up the Run dialog box again and run the following command & hit Enter:
%USERPROFILE%\AppData\LocalLow\RbxLogs\
  • Similarly, use the Ctrl + A keyboard shortcut to select all the files in the folder.
  • Next, use the Shift + Delete keyboard shortcut to completely delete all the selected log files of the Roblox from the PC.
  • Once done, restart your computer and check for the Roblox Error Code 277 again.

7. Update Windows OS Build

  • Click on Start > Settings > Update & Security.
  • If the available update isn’t showing automatically, click on Check for updates.

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  • If there is any latest Windows update available, make sure to Download and Install it.
  • Once downloaded, the system will ask you to reboot your device to apply the changes.

However, if none of the methods worked for you, make sure to disable both the Antivirus program and Windows Firewall protection on your PC to check for the issue. Also, ensure that you’re not using any VPN or Proxy service. Additionally, uninstall and reinstall the Roblox software on your PC.

That’s it, guys. We hope this guide was helpful to you. Feel free to ask in the comment below for further queries.

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