How to Repair Twitch Machine Got Unplugged – Error 2000

If you’ve reached this page, it means you’ve recently encountered this problem and are looking for a solution. Follow the steps outlined in this guide to solve the ‘Twitch Machine Got Unplugged’ problem.

Apply these techniques in the order they were presented, if possible. You may need to use all of these techniques to solve the problem. So don’t lose hope, and if one option doesn’t work, try the next one.

What is causing Twitch Machine Got Unplugged?

  • Adblocker failure: it turns out that this problem can be caused by a problematic adblocker. This problem usually occurs when you use browser-level ad blockers.
  • Damaged browser cookies: a permanent cache issue may also be the cause of this error code.
  • Network restrictions: If you are trying to access Twitch via a network with certain streaming restrictions, Twitch may be on a banned site (which is common on school networks).
  • Internet Service Provider Problem: It turns out that this problem can also occur because of a problem caused by your ISP.
  • Lack of multimedia package: this is the most common cause in Windows 10. Newer versions of Windows 10 do not have the multimedia features package that Twitch needs for certain types of streaming.

How to resolve ‘Twitch Machine Got Unplugged’?


Clear your browser cache

  1. Press the Windows key, type Chrome, and open the first result.
  2. Use the following key combination to open the Clear Browser Data menu: Ctrl + Shift + Delete.
  3. Select the total duration as the time period.
  4. Check the boxes for Cookies and other site data, as well as Images and cached files.
  5. Click Clear data.

Turn off extensions

  1. Press the Windows key, type Chrome, and open the first result.
  2. Click the Settings and Control menu button in Google Chrome.
  3. Hover over More Tools and click Extensions.
  4. Click the extension you want to remove, then click Remove.
  5. Confirm by clicking Uninstall.

Using the desktop client

  1. Go to the Twitch download page.
  2. Click the Download for Windows button.
  3. Open the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions to install it.
  4. Enter your Twitch credentials, then click Login to access the Twitch desktop client.

Restart the router

  1. Unplug the router and modem from the power outlet.
  2. Wait for one minute.
  3. Plug the modem back in.
  4. Wait another minute.
  5. Reconnect the router, then wait a few minutes.

Frequently Asked Questions

It turns out that this problem may be related to a problematic ad blocker. This problem usually occurs with browser-level ad blockers. A persistent cache problem can also cause this error code to appear.

If you are trying to access Twitch from a network with certain streaming restrictions, Twitch may be on a banned site (which is common on school networks). It turns out that this problem can also be the fault of your ISP.

  1. Press the Windows key, type Chrome, and open the first result.
  2. Use the Ctrl + Shift + Delete key combination to open the Clear View Data menu.
  3. Select the total duration as the time period.
  4. Select the Cookies and other site data and Images and cached files checkboxes.
  5. Click the Clear data button.