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Now Getting (0X80710013) Error

Postby SPCLSPRHERO Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:05 pm

I've been playing MGO everyday for the past 2 weeks all of a sudden I can't get past this error. (0X80710013) DNS Error.

I've tried doing Automatic everything and I get an internet connection, but when I change my DNS settings back to 192.3.217.61 / 192.3.217.162 nothing works.

Any ideas? I've never had this error before untill now. :cry:
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Re: Now Getting (0X80710013) Error

Postby Huelestaca Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:42 pm

same error happened to me but i think i messed the whole game up. I deleted everything to start from scratch but for my luck my ps3 is not reading the disk.
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Re: Now Getting (0X80710013) Error

Postby GHzGangster Sun Mar 19, 2017 2:41 pm

SPCLSPRHERO wrote:I've been playing MGO everyday for the past 2 weeks all of a sudden I can't get past this error. (0X80710013) DNS Error.

I've tried doing Automatic everything and I get an internet connection, but when I change my DNS settings back to 192.3.217.61 / 192.3.217.162 nothing works.

Any ideas? I've never had this error before untill now. :cry:

That is not exclusively a DNS error. Actually, it's more likely that it isn't the DNS.
You should remove the DNS settings and see if you can go somewhere on the Internet Browser.
If not, then you should put all your network settings on automatic, and try again.
If that works, then go to Connection Status List, and copy all the info down. You should then copy down everything, and change the IP address to something that won't be taken on the network. I suggest something like xxx.xxx.xxx.200.
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Re: Now Getting (0X80710013) Error

Postby SPCLSPRHERO Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:09 pm

That is not exclusively a DNS error. Actually, it's more likely that it isn't the DNS.
You should remove the DNS settings and see if you can go somewhere on the Internet Browser.
If not, then you should put all your network settings on automatic, and try again.
If that works, then go to Connection Status List, and copy all the info down. You should then copy down everything, and change the IP address to something that won't be taken on the network. I suggest something like xxx.xxx.xxx.200.


It actually fixed itself! Thanks for the fast reply it's quite weird that it did that though...Probably a random hiccup.

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