How to Fix ‘Servers are too Busy’ Error on PUBG

PUBG is a game which is becoming more and more popular these days. This game has 50 million players and gets the latest updates from the developers. But many users are reporting that they are facing ‘Servers are too Busy’ error while playing PUBG. If you are one of them, then follow the instructions mentioned below to fix this error on your phone.

Fix 'Servers are too Busy' Error on PUBG

Here’s how to fix ‘Servers are too Busy’ Error on PUBG

·       Shut down the incompatible program

1.    Click on the Control, Alternate and Delete keys together.

2.    Choose the Task Manager option.

3.    Press on the Startup option.

4.    It will show you the menu list of all the software which are available now.

5.    See if there is any incompatible software.

6.    Start the system once you have completed this procedure.

7.    Open the game.

8.    After that, check if you have fixed this error or not.

·       Powercycle Wi-Fi router

1.    You need to disconnect the power to the Wi-Fi router from the socket.

2.    Keep pressing on the power option.

3.    You will get the power button on the Wi-Fi router.

4.    Connect the power to the Wi-Fi router.

5.    Now, you need to wait to begin the procedure.

6.    You need to check whether you have fixed Servers are too busy error on PUBG or not.

·       Reset DNS Configurations

1.    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.    It will launch the Run pop-up box.

3.    Enter cmd in the search bar.

4.    Click on the Control, Shift and Enter keys together.

5.    It will offer you the administrative privileges.

6.    Enter the command separately.

7.    Click on the Enter option to run them.

8.    Run all the command in the menu list.

9.    Open the PUBG game.

10.  You need to check whether this error is fixed or not.

·       Change IP address

1.    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.    It will launch the Command Prompt.

3.    Enter the “ncpa.cpl” in the search bar.

4.    Click on the Enter option.

5.    You need to right-click on the connection which you are currently using.

6.    Choose the Properties option.

7.    Go through the “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPV4) option.

8.    Unselect the Internet Protocol Version 6(TCP/IPV6) option.

9.    Press on the OK button.

10.  It will save the changes you have made.

11.  Now, you need to check the ‘Servers are too Busy’ error is fixed or not.

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