How To Fix Madden NFL 24 Network Connection Error Fix Can't Connect To EA Servers & Connectivity Issue PC

How To Fix Madden NFL 24 Network Connection Error Fix Can't Connect To EA Servers & Connectivity Issue PC

here's a detailed step-by-step solution for troubleshooting connectivity issues with the Madden NFL 24 game on a Windows computer:

Step 1: Check the Server Status

  • Visit the EA website to check if there are any ongoing server maintenance or outages.

  • Look for messages indicating maintenance or server issues on the website.

Step 2: Uninstall and Reinstall EA Anticheat

  • Navigate to the game installation folder.
  • Inside the "Installer" folder, locate and run "EA Anticheat Installer" as administrator.
  • Uninstall the game by selecting "Madden 24" and clicking "Uninstall."
  • Reinstall the game by clicking "Install."

Step 3: Restart Computer

  • Close all programs and save your work.
  • Restart your computer to resolve any temporary glitches.

Step 4: Check Date, Time, and Time Zone

  • Right-click on the date and time in the bottom-right corner.
  • Click "Adjust date and time."
  • Ensure "Set time automatically" and "Set time zone automatically" are turned on.
  • Click "Sync now."

Step 5: Allow Game Exe in Antivirus/Firewall

  1. Open your antivirus or firewall program.
  2. Add the game's executable file to the list of allowed apps or exceptions.
  3. If using Windows Security:
  • Open Windows Security.
  • Go to "Virus & threat protection."
  • Click "Manage ransomware protection."
  • Click "Allow an app through Controlled folder access."
  • Add the game exe file.
Step 6: Perform the Power Cycle
  • Shut down your computer.
  • Unplug the power cable from the computer.
  • Press and hold the power button for a few seconds to discharge static electricity.
  • Turn off your Wi-Fi router and wait for 10-15 seconds.
  • Plug in the power cable to the computer.
  • Restart your computer.
  • Turn on your Wi-Fi router.

Step 7: Disable Proxy

  • Open Windows Settings.
  • Go to "Network & Internet."
  • Under "Proxy," turn off any manual proxy settings.

Step 8: Run Network Troubleshooter

  • Open Windows Settings.
  • Go to "Network & Internet."
  • Click on "Advanced network settings" (Windows 11) or "Network troubleshooter" (Windows 10).
  • Run the network adapter troubleshooter.

Step 9: Run Command Prompts

  • Type "CMD" in the Windows search box.
  • Right-click on "Command Prompt" and select "Run as administrator."
  • Run network-related commands provided below:
ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew netsh winsock reset netsh int ip reset netsh interface ipv4 reset netsh interface ipv6 reset netsh interface tcp reset

Step 10: Perform Network Reset

  • Open Windows Settings.
  • Go to "Network & Internet."
  • In Windows 11, click "Advanced network settings."
  • Click "Network reset" and confirm.
  1. Restart your computer and reconnect to your Wi-Fi.

Step 11: Switch Networks

  • If available, connect to a different network (e.g., mobile hotspot) to see if the issue persists.

Step 12: Use Ethernet Connection

  • If possible, connect your computer to the internet via an Ethernet cable for a wired connection.

Step 13: Update Windows

  • Open Windows Settings.
  • Go to "Update & security."
  • Click "Check for updates" and install any available updates.
  • Restart your computer after updates are installed.

Step 14: Verify/Repair Game Files

  • If using Game Pass (Xbox App), right-click the game in the Xbox App, go to "Manage," then "Files," and click "Verify and repair."
  • If using Steam, right-click the game in Steam, go to "Properties," "Local Files," and click "Verify Integrity of Game Files."

If after following these steps you're still experiencing connectivity issues, consider reaching out to the game's official support channels for further assistance.

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