Discord has come a long way from simply being a communications app for gamers. The platform now hosts communities from all walks of life, and its features make it the perfect place for a digital hangout.
Bots are probably the most powerful of these features. They allow for the integration of third-party tech into Discord servers, further extending the app’s useability. In this article, we’re talking about the Midjourney bot not responding, its reasons, and what you can do to solve the problem.
What causes this error?
The error can be triggered by several different reasons, including:
- Internet connectivity issues.
- Server issues on the bot’s end.
- Server issues with Discord.
How to fix this?
Here are six fixes you can try out.
Restart Discord from the Task Manager
Try quitting the Discord process from the Task Manager and relaunching it to see if that solves your problem.
Step 1: Right-click the Taskbar and click on Task Manager.
Step 2: Find the Discord process and end it using the End task button in the bottom right.
Now restart Discord, and it should work just fine.
Check your internet connection
Discord requires an active internet connection to work. If you have an unstable internet connection, chances are you will miss out on notifications. Suppose you’re on WiFi check to see if you’ve got internet access and strong signals. If you’re on mobile data, check to see if data is enabled and that you’ve got good network coverage.
Reset the Midjourney bot
Issues with the bot itself can also cause such issues. All you have to do is remove the bot from your server, wait for a few minutes and invite it back again. The bot should start working now.
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The issue you’re facing may have already been fixed in an update you haven’t installed yet. Once you’ve launched Discord, press Ctrl + R. Discord will restart, download any pending updates, and probably fix the issue.
Delete Discord folders
DIscord saves its resource files in the AppData and LocalAppData directories. By deleting these folders and restarting Discord, you can force the program to rebuild these files, resolving any problems in the process.
Step 1: Open the Run prompt using Windows Key + R, type in %appdata% and hit enter.
Step 2: Delete the discord folder in the directory.
Now repeat these steps with %localappdata% and restart Discord.
If all else fails, your best bet is to reinstall Discord from scratch.
Step 1: Press Windows key + X to open the Quick Access menu and click on Apps & Features.
Step 2: Find Discord in this list and click on Uninstall.
Once the program has been removed, restart your PC, reinstall Discord and try launching it again. The issue should be fixed.
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