Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error - how to fix

Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error - Leatherface with Chain saw

Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error - Leatherface with Chain saw

If the saw is the law, the saw is also family. Leatherface is somewhere out there and we'll have to survive, along with hunting down survivors if we're playing as him. But what if we are having problems connecting? Let's look at how to fix the Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error.

While Leatherface is perhaps not as known and beloved as Jason Vorhees, he's still one great horror icon and playing as him is exciting.

But, if you're having problems connecting, then it's not fun at all. Let's go ahead and look at the Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error and how we can fix it then.

How to fix the Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error

The first thing we would recommend is checking the server status, perhaps they are undergoing maintenance or there is some problem. If the problem is on your end, that is unfortunate but there's still a few things we can do.

Let's go in order.

Check the server status

While The Texas Chain Saw Massacre doesn't have a dedicate status page for its servers yet, we would recommend checking out the social media pages. Any updates or problems should be posted there.

If there are no current updates or people posting about it, then it's time to take a look at your connection.

Check your connection

Overall, we would recommend rebooting your router first. Then, close any apps or programs that you aren't using to ensure as little traffic on the network as possible. Disconnect other devices from your router to reduce the competition for bandwidth.

Also, if you are currently using a VPN we do recommend shutting it off for the time being. That might cause slowdowns, depending on the country that you are using.

Disable firewall and anti-virus

If you are using Windows built-in firewall or an external application that might very well be causing problems. Before disabling the firewall entirely, which is never a great option, it is worth it to add Texas Chain Saw Massacre to the safe list.

Follow these steps:

  • Go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.
  • Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, and then under Exclusions, select Add or remove exclusions.
  • Select Add an exclusion, and browse and select the .exe file of Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
  • If you can't find it, go on your Steam Library, right-click on the game and select "manage files" to find it.

If you are using any third-party anti-virus, you might also need to add the game to the safe list of anti-virus software as well or just disable the software while you are running the game and see if the issue is fixed.

That's all we have for you on how to fix the Texas Chain Saw Massacre server error. While you are here, you might also want to check out its system requirements.

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