1.Delete Discord Files Delete Discord Files In Localappdata & Appdata
2. Uninstall & Reinstall Discord
3. Command Prompt
As with several applications, Discord stores temporary data on your Computer continuously to make it operate as efficiently as possible. Often, however, those temporary files can get corrupt and interfere with the way the program runs. We need to delete those particular files to give Discord a simple run when booting with your system. Let’s check out the first method
Method 1: Delete Discord Files In Localappdata & Appdata
1. First Start with Discord close via Task Manager (CTRL+ALT+DEL) then right-click the Start menu icon in Windows, bottom left-hand corner.
2. Next You will see the option “Run” in the pop-up menu, select it.
3. After small Run window will pop up, type in the “%appdata%” and Click on OK.
4. A window should appear with several folders inside, select the Discord folder, right-click and delete. Return to Start menu once deleted and load “Run” from settings again.
7. This time, type “%Localappdata%” in the same field and click ok.
8. Find the Discord folder again, and delete it by right-clicking and choosing delete.
9. Relaunch the Setup file for Discord and follow the steps to reinstall the program.
Method 2: Uninstall & Reinstall Discord
1. To start menu icon and Click the search button in the taskbar. Type “Control Panel” and double click the search find.
2. In the Control Panel, click on the highlighted “uninstall a program” text located just below the ‘’Programs’’ icon.
3. Now find Discord with the help of search bar and then select, Right-click on it and select “uninstall”.
4. Once uninstalled, right-click on the start menu and select “Run“
6. Type “%appdata%” and click “Run“
7. Find the Discord folder and delete it.
8. Reopen “Run” again and type “%Localappdata%” ” and delete the “Discord” folder.
9. Now need to redownload the installer from the Discord website.
Method 3: Command Prompt
1.Open command prompt and type in “taskmgr” and click “ok”.
2. Click on the “Discord” option from the list of running processes in the Task Manager, and select the button “End Job.”
3. Now that Discord has ended, press “Windows +” R “and type in” Control Panel”.
4. After Click on the “Uninstall a program” then right-click on the button “Discord” and select “Uninstall“
5. Follow any prompts on the screen to uninstall the app from your computer.
6. Now navigate to the folders “AppData” and “Local Data” and uninstall the Discord folder from there as seen in the first step.
7. After press the “Windows +R“buttons to start the Run box and type” Cmd”
8. Press the “Shift+Ctrl+Enter” keys to the command prompt to grant admin privileges.
9. Type the command “Gpupdate / Force” and press “Enter” to execute it.
10. Wait for the command prompt to complete and close the process.
11. Reinstall Discord from their website after updating, and check to see if the error still exists.