If you stream on Twitch, there\u2019s a chance that, before going live, you\u2019ll encounter an error message stating \u201cFailed to fetch settings from Twitch.\u201d More often than not, this error is caused by disagreements between Twitch\u2019s servers and the stream quality settings in place on your broadcast software. Thankfully, there are a few simple workarounds to this issue that can get you back up and live in no time. Relog in to Twitch Sometimes, a simple \u201coff and back on again\u201d approach to troubleshooting can be enough to fix sudden problems. Before going live, be sure to log out of Twitch \u2014 both on its website and through your broadcast software \u2014 then log back in through both means again. Once you\u2019re logged back into your Twitch account, try to go live again and check to see if your stream works as intended. Reset your stream key Screenshot by Gamepur If the stream key you have saved in your broadcast software\u2019s settings does not match the active key that\u2019s saved in your Twitch preferences, you won\u2019t be able to go live under any circumstances. In addition, it can be beneficial to reset your stream key every so often, as it refreshes your software\u2019s connection to Twitch's servers and ensures that your stream stays private to you. Related: How to fix the \u201ccould not access the specified channel or stream key\u201d error on Twitch Under Twitch\u2019s Settings menu, click on Stream. The first option under Stream Key and Preferences will be a very long, hidden string of characters. Click the Reset button to the right of this string, then the Copy button to its left, and paste the new stream key into the relevant section of your preferred broadcast software\u2019s settings menu. Run your broadcast software as an administrator Screenshot by Gamepur Certain broadcast software, most notably OBS and Streamlabs, can be particularly finicky with operating using your preferred stream settings if they aren\u2019t being run as administrator for extra security clearance. Log out of Twitch from within your broadcast software, then close the program by clicking X. Then, right-click on your software\u2019s icon, click Run as administrator, and when it launches, log back into Twitch.