2000: network error mainly appears when watching any video on Twitch. And when you get this error, you won’t be able to watch any video. This error mainly shows up in the chat section of the Twitch Application.
You can come across this error when there is a broken Twitch TV server. Even improper browser configuration or an accumulation of browser cookies can lead to this error.
Whatever the reason is behind this error in the Twitch application is, you can easily fix it following the solutions mentioned below.
Fixes for “2000 Network Error” on Twitch
In this section, we are mentioning some of the effective methods to fix the error on Twitch. You just need to implement the solutions as instructed below.
Method 1: Delete Browser Cookies
An accumulation of cookies in the web browser can restrict you from watching videos or chat in the Twitch application. In that case, you need to clear the browser cookies from the web browsers. And the steps to clear the browser cookies will vary from one browser to the other.
If you use Mozilla Firefox to stream Twitch, you need to do the following:
- Open the Web Browser. Now, go to the Start Menu.
- Tap on the library button next and then click on the History option.
- Next, tap on the “Clear Recent History” option. Go to the “Time range” option to clear the settings.
- From the drop-down menu, tap on “Everything”. Next, tap on the “clear history” option.
- Select “cookies” and then tap on “Clear Now”.
Wait until all the cookies from the browser get cleared. Now, after clearing all the cookies from Mozilla Firefox, check if you are receiving the error.
If you use Google Chrome as your web browser, you need to so as follows to clear the cookies from the browser.
- Open the Web Browser. From there, tap on the three vertical dots to access the menu.
- Now, tap on the “More Tools” option and then click on “Clear browsing data”.
- Next, click on “the beginning of time” to remove all the cookies.
- Tap on the type of data that you want to delete. Click on the “cache and cookies” option.
- To remove all the cookies from Chrome, tap on the three dots again and then go to “Settings.”
- Next, tap on the “Advanced” settings and open “Content settings.”
From there, check if you have removed all the cookies properly. Now, restart the device and check if the Twitch error is solved. Open any stream and try to play.
If you can play it successfully, then you have solved the error. But if the or still persists even after removing the cookies from Chrome, you need to move to the next fix.
Method 2: Turn Off the Proxy
A VPN or Proxy can lead to this error in the Twitch application. In that case, you need to disable the VPN or Proxy on the Web Browser. To do that, you need to do the following:
- You need to go to the taskbar on the desktop and from there go to the “Network” section.
- In there, you will see a list of networks that are available, Tap on the “Open Network and Sharing Center” option.
- And then, choose the name of the network and right-click on it. From the drop-down menu, choose the “Disable” option to turn it off.
Now, turn it on again and try to play streams in Twitch. By doing this, you will be able to fix the error.
Basic Fixes for “Twitch 2000 Network Error”
In this section, we are mentioning some of the basic fixes so that you can get rid of the error easily.
Solution 1: Disable the Antivirus Application
The antivirus application can restrict the TWitch application to work properly. In that case, you need to disable the antivirus software to solve the error. After disabling the antivirus, try to play streams in this application and check if you are getting the error or not.
Solution 2: Check the Internet Connection
You can get issues while playing videos in Twitch if there is a poor strength of internet connection. In this case, you need to check the internet connection and then again try to play videos in Twitch. You can do the following to fix internet issues:
- Turn off the router. And then turn it on again after a while.
- And now connect the router again with the device.
Now, try to play the stream in Twitch and check if you have solved the error.