How to Resolve Discord Error 1105 in Windows 10 Computer

If you are facing a “Discord 1105 Error” on your Windows 10 computer while trying to access the Discord client/desktop application or website, you are in the right place to find the solution. Here are simple steps/methods to solve the problem. Let’s start with a discussion.

Discord”: Discord is a VoIP, instant messaging, and digital distribution platform. This service allows you to communicate via voice and video chat, text messages, media, and files in private chats or in communities called “servers.” The service is available for Windows OS, macOS, Android, iOS, iPadOS, Linux, and web browsers. As of 2021, Discord has more than 350 million registered users and more than 150 million monthly active users.

However, several users reported encountering the error message “Discord error 1105” when trying to access the Discord service through the Discord client/desktop app or through the website in a browser on a Windows 10 computer. This error also appeared on Windows 7, 8, and Windows 8.1 computers.

What causes Discord error 1105?

  • Limited network
  • Damaged application data
  • Problem with Discord or CloudFlare server

How can I fix Discord error 1105?

Reinstall Discord

  1. Press “Windows + R” to open the “Run” prompt, type “Appwiz.CPL” and press “Enter” to start the application wizard.
  2. Right-click on “Discord” and select the “Uninstall” button.
  3. Then restart your computer and download Discord from here.
  4. Run the downloaded executable and follow the on-screen instructions to install the application on your computer.

Turn off your router and computer

  1. Turn off your computer and router using the “Power” buttons.
  2. Also, disconnect the power cords from the back of your computer and router.
  3. Hold down the power buttons for at least 15 seconds to discharge the static electricity in the circuits.
  4. Then reconnect the devices and restart them.

Remove the Discord cache

  1. Press “Window + R”, type “%appdata%” and press Enter.
  2. Find the “Discord” folder, right-click on it and select the “Delete” button.
  3. Then press “Window + R” again, type “%localappdata%” and press Enter.
  4. This is also where you delete the Discord folder.

Clear the DNS cache

  1. Press “Windows + R” to open “Run” prompt, type “cmd” and press “Shift + CTRL + Enter” to run the program with administrator privileges.
  2. Then type the following commands one by one and press the “Enter” key after each command to execute them on the computer.
    ipconfig / flushdns
    netsh reset winsock
  3. Wait for the commands to execute and see if the 1105 Discord error is resolved.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Scroll down to the "Additional Services" section of the overview page.
  2. Click the Admin button to the right of your CloudFlare service.
  3. In the pop-up window, click the Retry Domain button.
  4. You will return to the CloudFlare administration page.

Error code 1105 occurs when users try to access the Discord app (either through the desktop app or the Discord app). Restricted network - If you are connected to a restricted network (hotels, schools, work, or public WI-FI), Discord is probably blocked intentionally by the network administrator.

  1. Check if it is a server error.
  2. Switch to another network.
  3. Use a VPN service.
  4. Delete the corrupted data from the Discord app.