How to fix Battlenet error 2?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

Battlenet error #2 is a server connection error. This error code occurs when the client is unable to connect to the server. There are a few reasons why this error code may occur:

-The server may be down for maintenance.

-The client's internet connection may be too weak or intermittent to establish a connection.

-There may be a problem with the client's Battlenet credentials.

This error code is usually resolved by checking the status of the Battlenet servers, restarting the client, or checking the client's internet connection.

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1. Check your internet connection and try again

-Check that your internet connection is working by trying to connect to a website or service. -If you are able to connect to the website or service, try to troubleshoot the issue by following the steps below: -Check that your computer is connected to the internet. -Check that your browser is up to date. -Try to connect to battlenet using a different browser. -Try to connect to battlenet using a different computer. -If you are still experiencing an issue, please contact support.

2. Temporarily disable any firewall or antivirus software and try again

The most common way to temporarily disable a firewall or antivirus software is to use the Control Panel. To disable a firewall, open the Control Panel and go to the Security and Maintenance section. Under the Security category, click on the Firewall icon. To disable antivirus software, open the Control Panel and go to the Security and Maintenance section. Under the Security category, click on the Antivirus icon. You will then be able to choose to turn off the firewall or antivirus software.

3. Reset your network devices

  1. From the main menu, select Settings.
  2. Select Network and Internet.
  3. Under Reset network settings, select Reset network settings.
  4. Enter your administrator password and select Reset network settings.
  5. Select Yes to confirm the reset.
  6. If prompted, select Reboot now.
  7. After the device has rebooted, check to see if the problem has been resolved.

4. Try connecting to another region

  1. Launch the Battle.net app
  2. In the top right corner, click the gear icon
  3. In the window that pops up, click Account
  4. In the account window, click the Region option
  5. In the list of regions, click the region you want to connect to
  6. If you're prompted to enter your Battle.net password, do so
  7. Click the Connect button
  8. If you're successful, you'll see a message saying "You are now connected to the selected region!"

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. If you are using a VPN, try disabling it and connecting again.
  2. Restart your computer and try again.
  3. Delete the Battle.net folder and try again.