How to fix the Destiny error code monkey?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Destiny Error Code: Monkey is an error code that can be triggered by a number of different issues. The most common cause of this error code is a problem with the game's files or configurations, which can be caused by a number of things including corrupt or missing files, an incompatible game version, or an issue with the game's settings.

Other causes of this error code include hardware problems, such as a faulty or overheating graphics card, and software issues, such as an outdated or incompatible driver.

If you are experiencing this error code, the first thing you should try is restarting the game and/or your console. If this does not fix the problem, you should then check for any updates or patches that may be available for the game and/or your console.

If the problem persists, you may need to contact Bungie support for further assistance.

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1. Check your internet connection

  1. Open the "Network and Sharing Center" by clicking on the "Network and Sharing Center" icon on the taskbar.
  2. Click on the "View" tab and select "Network Connections."
  3. Right-click on the connection you are having trouble with and select "Properties."
  4. Under the "General" tab, you will see a "Status" column that will give you an indication of the connection's current state.
  5. If you are experiencing problems with your connection, you will need to verify that you are connected to the internet and that your internet connection is working properly. You can do this by checking the "Status" column and looking for any errors that may be associated with your connection.
  6. If you are still experiencing problems, you may need to troubleshoot your internet connection. To do this, you will need to disable any firewalls or anti-virus software that may be interfering with your connection and try to connect to different websites to see if the problem is specific to one website or if it is affecting all websites.

2. Restart the game

  1. Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box
  2. Type "cmd" and press Enter
  3. Type "net stop destiny" and press Enter
  4. Type "net start destiny" and press Enter
  5. Type " destinyreset.exe" and press Enter
  6. Type " destinylogout.exe" and press Enter

3. Quit and restart the game

To quit the game and restart it, you need to go to your controller settings and find the "Quit Game" option. Once you've selected it, you'll be prompted to confirm your decision. Once you've done that, the game will quit and you'll be taken back to the controller settings menu. From here, you can restart the game by selecting the "Restart Game" option.

4. Turn off your firewall

1.Open the Windows firewall. 2.Select the Allow an app or program through the firewall check box. 3.Select the programs that you want to allow through the firewall. 4.Click on the Turn off button.

5. Update your graphics drivers

  1. Go to the manufacturer's website and download the latest driver for your graphics card
  2. Double-click the driver file and follow the on-screen instructions
  3. Restart your computer
  4. Go to the Nvidia Control Panel and select "Manage 3D Settings"
  5. Under "Display", select "Change Settings for All Monitors"
  6. In the "Monitor" drop-down menu, select the graphics card you want to update and click "Update"
  7. In the "Driver Version" drop-down menu, select the latest driver version and click "Update".
  8. Click "Close" to exit the "Driver Version" window and "Close" to exit the "Display" window.
  9. Go to the "Battle.net" website and sign in
  10. Click the "Account" tab and select "View Profile"
  11. Under "Gaming" in the "Profile Info" section, click "Open Driver File" and select the latest driver file
  12. Click "Open" to continue.
  13. In the "Driver File" window, click "Install" and follow the on-screen instructions
  14. Close the "Driver File" window and sign out of your Battle.net account

Some users might also have success with the following opitons:

  1. Reset your router
  2. Delete your destiny saved data and try starting the game again
  3. Reinstall the game