A lot of users are being removed from the game with the following error message in Roblox. They want to see what this error is about and how they can fix it.
You have been kicked due to unexpected client behavior.
(Error Code: 268)
So, if you want to resolve “You have been kicked due to unexpected client behavior” then use go through this article as all the possible solutions are mentioned here.
What causes the “You have been kicked due to unexpected client behavior” error message?
Other reasons include corrupted game files or a third-party app interfering with your program. We will see what you need to do in both cases. But sometimes, the issue is your fault. If you are using an Interfering cheat engine or exploit software you will be kicked out of the game and sometimes, even blacklisted.
How do I fix Error Code 268 on Roblox?
You have been kicked due to unexpected client behavior – ROBLOX
To fix the Roblox Error Code 268, You have been kicked due to unexpected client behavior, you need to, first of all, update your computer. Updating the computer will allow you to update even the drivers that can help you in resolving this issue. If updating is to no avail, try the following solutions.
- Check if Roblox Server is down
- Remove Cheat Software
- Troubleshoot in Clean Boot
- Delete some files from the App Data
- Install Roblox from Windows Store
Let us talk about them in detail.
1] Check if Roblox Server is down
Before looking at the fixes, it is better to see if you can do something in this case or not. Use any of the given down detectors to see the Server status of Roblox.com, if it’s down, then wait for the engineers to resolve the issue. But if the server is up, move to the next solution.
2] Remove Cheat Software
if you have a Cheat or Exploit application that you use to have some advantage in a game then it’s the right time to remove it. Roblox has released a new update that has a built-in detector and will remove you if you are using one of the prohibited applications or tools. So, if you have such an app and are seeing the error message then you should uninstall it. Follow the given steps to do the same.
- Open Settings by Win + I.
- Go to Apps > Apps & Features.
- Look for the cheat application.
- For Windows 11: Click on the three vertical dots and select Uninstall. For Windows 10: Select the app and click Uninstall.
Wait for the process to complete, restart your computer and retry connecting to Roblox.
3] Troubleshoot in Clean Boot
Next up, your issue can occur because of some other program interfering with your game. You need to troubleshoot the issue in Clean Boot. In this, you will disable all the services other than that of Roblox and then will keep on enabling other services 5 at a time to boil down the number of possible culprits. Once, you know which app is causing the issue, you can uninstall them and fix the issue.
4] Delete some files from the App Data
According to many users, deleting some files from the Roblox folder in the App Data has resolved the issue. There are three XML files that need to be deleted and we are going to do the same.
Open Run by Win + R, paste the following command, and click Ok.
Then go to Local > Roblox. There you will see three XML files, AnalysticsSettings, frm.cfg, and GlobalBasicSettings_13. Just delete them. Then restart your computer, open Roblox, and see if the issue persists.
5] Install Roblox from the Windows Store
If you have installed Roblox from a place other than the Windows Store then you are not using UWP Roblox. You need to uninstall that version and reinstall the app from microsoft.com. After installing the app, launch it, sign in and see if the issue persists.
In case, you are using the UWP Roblox and see the same error, try reinstalling the app and see if the issue persists.