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How to fix PSO2 error code 667?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The PSO2 Error Code 667 is a server connection error that can occur when trying to connect to the PSO2 servers. This error is usually caused by the servers being down or by a connection issue on the player's end.

1. Check your internet connection

  1. Click on the "Tools" button on the main toolbar
  2. Select the "Network" tab
  3. In the "Status" column, under "Connection Quality" click on the "Check" button
  4. If the "Check" button is greyed out, then your internet connection is not working properly and you will need to fix it. Follow the instructions below to fix your internet connection.
  5. If the "Check" button is enabled, then Pso2 will attempt to connect to the internet and report back with its online status. If the online status is "Not Available", then your internet connection is not working and you will need to fix it. Follow the instructions below to fix your internet connection.
  6. If the "Check" button is not enabled, then Pso2 will display the current online status of your internet connection. This online status might be "Connected", "Connecting", "Connected but slow", "Connected but good", or "Connected and good".

2. Run the game as administrator

  1. Open the Steam client.
  2. In the Steam window, select the Games tab.
  3. Locate the game you want to run as administrator and click the Properties button.
  4. In the General tab, click the Run As Administrator button.
  5. If you are prompted to enter your administrator password, type it in and click OK.
  6. The game will now run as administrator.

3. Verify that your game files are not corrupted

  1. Go to My Documents/My Games/PSO2
  2. Delete any files that are not needed
  3. If the game still crashes, try restoring your game to an earlier save
  4. If the game still crashes, try reinstalling the game
  5. If the game still crashes, try repairing your game
  6. If the game still crashes, try replacing your game files

4. Delete your client_hp file and run the game again

Delete your client_hp file and run the game again in order to fix pso2 error code 667

5. Reinstall the game

  1. Go to the game’s installation folder.
  2. Delete the game’s “bin” folder.
  3. Copy the game’s “bin” folder to the game’s installation folder.
  4. Double-click on the game’s “exe” file to start the game.
  5. If the game starts but crashes shortly after, try reinstalling the game using the following steps: a. Go to the game’s installation folder. b. Copy the game’s “bin” folder to the game’s installation folder. c. Copy the game’s “x64” folder to the game’s installation folder. d. Copy the game’s “ps3” folder to the game’s installation folder. e. Rename the game’s “exe” file to “ps3_game.exe”. f. Double-click on the game’s “ps3_game.exe” file to start the game.