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How can I fix the Call of Duty error code 103295?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Call of Duty error code 103295 is a PlayStation 4 error code that indicates a network connection issue. This error code can be caused by a variety of things, including a poor internet connection, a problem with your router, or a problem with your PlayStation 4's network settings.

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1. Restart your computer and try again

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. If you are using a Windows operating system, open the "Start" menu and select "Shutdown."
  3. Click "Restart" in the "Shutdown" menu.
  4. After your computer restarts, select "Start" and then "Run."
  5. Type "cmd" and press Enter.
  6. Type "shutdown -r now" and press Enter.
  7. After your computer restarts, open the "Start" menu and select "Restart."
  8. Select "Yes" to restart your computer in Safe Mode.
  9. If you are using a Mac operating system, open the "Shutdown" menu and select "Log Out."
  10. Log in again.
  11. Open the "Shutdown" menu and select "Restart."
  12. Select "Yes" to restart your computer in Safe Mode.
  13. If you are using a Linux operating system, open the "Shutdown" menu and select "Ctrl+Alt+Del."
  14. After your computer restarts, open the "Start" menu and select "Restart."
  15. Select "Yes" to restart your computer in Safe Mode.
  16. If you are using a Chromebook, open the "Settings" menu and select "System."
  17. Click the "Restart" button.
  18. After your computer restarts, open the "Start" menu and select "Chrome."
  19. Select "Restart."
  20. After your computer restarts, open the "Google" menu and select "About Google Chrome."
  21. If you are using a different browser, follow the instructions for your browser.
  22. After your computer restarts, open the "Call of Duty" game launcher and try to play again.

2. Check for updates and install any that are available

  1. From the main menu, select "Settings"
  2. Select "System"
  3. Select "About Call of Duty"
  4. If there are any available updates, select "Update Call of Duty"
  5. If there are no available updates, select "Restart Call of Duty"
  6. When Call of Duty restarts, select "Launch"
  7. Select "Call of Duty"
  8. Select "Options"
  9. Select "Update"
  10. If there are any available updates, select "Install"
  11. If there are no available updates, select "Close"

3. Delete the "players" folder in your "Call of Duty" directory

  1. Open "Call of Duty" folder
  2. Delete "players" folder
  3. Restart your computer

4. Run the game in Compatibility Mode for Windows XP (Service Pack 2)

  1. Go to the "Program Files" directory.
  2. Find "Call of Duty" and double-click on it.
  3. Click on the "Options" button.
  4. Under the "Settings" tab, select the "Compatibility" option.
  5. Select the "Windows XP (Service Pack 2)" option.
  6. Click on the "OK" button.
  7. Click on the "Play" button.
  8. If the game crashes, try reinstalling it.

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Run the game as an administrator.
  2. Disable any antivirus or firewall software you have running.
  3. Verify the game files through Steam.
  4. Reinstall the game.