The Roblox 110 error code usually is something that affects players when they are trying to start a game. It is not specific to any one type of game and is a rather a problem that seems to occur when you try to make any connection to a Roblox server. This error code can show up when the issue is with the servers, or with your internet connection. It is easy to diagnose, however, as if you are not having any issue with other online services, then you know the issue is with the Roblox servers.
Roblox Error Code 110 Explained
The Servers May Be Down
The main thing that causes you to get the 110 error is a problem connecting to a Roblox server. As such, the first thing to do is check to see if the Roblox service is down or undergoing maintenance. You can use a service such as IsItDown to check if the servers are live or not.
Trying Signing Out and Back In
The second easy thing to check is if signing out and back into your Roblox account will fix the problem. If you are trying to log on to the web version of the game, it should be noted that this version seems to have more issues than the client-based version.
Try To Sign In From The Windows Client
If you have been trying to play Roblox using the web version, then you can try downloading the Roblox client and playing that way. You will need Windows 10 to run the client.
To download the client, click this link to the Windows Store and download the app by clicking the Get button. Once the download has completed, press Play. Sign in with your log on details, then click on any mode to test if you can play.
Refresh DNS Configuration
The final solution is to delete any saved DNS addresses that might be interfering with your connection.
- Press R + Windows Key.
- Type “cmd” in the Run command prompt.
- Type in ipconfig/flushdns
Let the command run, then close the prompt and try to connect to the Roblox game again. While these methods may help to get you connected, there is also the chance the game servers may be undergoing an issue that does not cause them to go down but affects their ability to make connections properly. If none of the above steps help you, then it is more than likely a server issue that is outside of your control.
If you are getting this error on Xbox One, it may be due to content restrictions. To solve it, follow the below steps:
- Press the Xbox button on your controller
- Navigate to the Gear icon
- Navigate to All Settings
- Go to Accounts
- Go to Privacy and Online Safety
- Go to Xbox Live Privacy
- Select Game Content
- Highlight “You can see and share content”
- Select Everybody
Now, check to see if the problem is resolved.