Troubleshoot your Roblox update problems with these suggestions!
One of the most common issues players face is being unable to start Roblox on their site, as well as the desktop app. This is very common, and it hasn’t really been addressed properly to take care of the issue. However, there are some ways that you can solve the mystery and get to playing!
We’re going to show you how to updateRoblox on the website and desktop app with the most common troubleshooting solutions. They are all simple to execute, all you have to do is follow the provided steps and you’ll be golden. Just bear in mind that these steps might not fix your issue immediately, so you don’t need to worry.
One of the most common solutions you can perform is to clear your browser cookies. The underlying issue might have something to do with your browser and the data it stores, so clear the cookies and restart your browser.
2. Restart your PC
Ah, the old turn it off then on again strategy, tried and tested with even the most difficult of problems. Sometimes we cannot determine the issue as it might just be your computer being under the weather and refusing to update your programs. This simple fix is done by just turning your computer off then on again.
3. Check your internet connection
If your updates aren’t getting through, your issue might be with your Internet connection. While this option might not be feasible if you’re reading about this here since you do need an Internet connection, you might still want to restart your router or modem, just in case.
4. Check your firewall
Your computer might be disabling the Roblox update in the firewall, recognizing it as a threat. The way you enable Roblox in your firewall is as follows:
When all else fails, you should try the option of deleting Roblox completely from your computer, then reinstalling it again. This should solve your problem, but if even this doesn’t help, you should check if the Roblox servers are down, if you haven’t already.
These are all of the ways you can force Roblox to update when it’s being uncooperative. Each method may or may not solve your issue, since it’s based on your computer and anything might be wrong with it. If you’ve found this article helpful and informative, consider checking out our Roblox statistics and facts article for some nice information!