While gaming on your PC, you may encounter errors with the Discord app – and the only way to troubleshoot is to start digging into the Console Log. In this post, we take a look at the Console Log errors, what they mean, and the respective solutions.
Troubleshoot Discord Console Log errors
We will explore this subject matter under the following sub-headings as follows.
Opening the Discord Console
To open the console on your Windows 11/10 PC, do the following:
- Press Ctrl+Shift+I keyboard shortcut to open the Developer Tools.
- Click the Console Tab.
To open the console on your Mac computer, do the following:
- Press ⌥+⌘+I.
- Click the Console Tab.
Now, once you have successfully opened the console, you can look around for any red error messages.
The Discord errors and their meaning
The following are some of the different errors you could see, what they mean and applicable solution(s).
Discord Proxy Errors
You’ll get the error message below when you encounter proxy errors on Discord:
You’ll encounter this error because Discord doesn’t work with Proxies. In this case, make sure to disable any Proxies. If you didn’t enable proxies, then it’s suggested you run a full system antivirus scan with Windows Defender or any reputable third-party AV product.
Discord Connection Errors
You’ll get any of the error message below when you encounter connection errors on Discord. Any of these errors can be solved in similar ways:
When you encounter any if these Discord connection errors, you can try the following to resolve the issue.
- Run a full system AV scan with Windows Defender or any reputable third-party AV product.
- Set your DNS to Google Public DNS.
- Refresh and renew IP Address on your Windows 11/10 gaming PC.
To refresh and renew IP address on your Mac computer, do the following:
- Open System Preferences.
- Open Network.
- Select your network connection.
- Click Advanced.
- Select the TCP/IP tab.
- Click Renew DHCP Lease.
- Quit System Preferences.
Asset Loading Errors on Discord
You’re most likely to encounter asset loading errors on Discord if your icons, avatars, or pictures aren’t uploading. When this happens, you’ll receive the error message below:
Status of 404
This is usually caused by something blocking Discord in some way. To resolve the issue, try the following:
1] Temporarily disable or whitelist Discord in your antivirus or firewall.
You can disable Microsoft Defender. If you have installed a third-party AV/Firewall refer to the instruction manual – generally, to disable your antivirus software, locate its icon in the notification area or system tray on the taskbar (usually in the lower right corner of the desktop). Right-click the icon and choose the option to disable or exit the program.
Hope you find this our guide on how to fix Discord Console Log errors on Windows 11/10 helpful!
Related: Fix Discord Voice Connection errors.