Have you ever received the error message unable to connect to world in Minecraft? It’s annoyed, but don’t worry. Here are 3 solutions offered by MiniTool Software. You can try them one by one to solve the problem.
Minecraft, a sandbox video game, is popular among game lovers. Players can create their own world in the game and they need to focus on building and surviving. Besides, there is a close community which enables multiple players to interact and communicate with each other on a single world.
However, some players report that they received the message unable to connect to world in Minecraft Windows 10 when they tried to connect with friends’ worlds. They cannot join to their friends due to this error and it’s really annoying.
If you’re bothered by the same problem, you can try the following methods to solve it.
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Method 1: Re-add Your Friend
When you see Minecraft unable to connect to world error, you should try restarting the computer and the game. If you still receive the error message, you may need to remove your friend and then re-add him/her back.
Then check if you can connect to your friend’s world. If it’s still not working, you can try the next method.
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Method 2: Check Windows Firewall
If Minecraft is not allowed in Windows Firewall, you might get Minecraft windows 10 unable to connect to world. So, you need to check your Windows Firewall settings and make sure “javaw.exe” is allowed.
Step 1: Press Win + S to open Search. Then type control panel and press Enter to access Control Panel.
Step 2: Select View by: Large Icons from the upper right corner, then choose Windows Defender Firewall.
Step 3: In the pop-up window, click Allow an app or feature through Windows Defender Firewall from the left pane.
Step 4: Locate “javaw.exe”. If it’s checked, you can move on to the next method. On the contrary, you need to click Change settings option and then check both Private and Public box.
Then you can relaunch the game and check if you still receive unable to connect to world in Minecraft.
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Method 3: Update Your Network Driver
Minecraft unable to connect to world issue could also happen due to corrupted or outdated network driver. So, you need to keep your network driver up to date.
Here is how to update the network driver.
Step 1: Type the command “devmgmt.msc” in Run window to open the Device Manager.
Step 2: Double-click Network Adapters. Then drivers related to your network will be listed under it.
Step 3: Right-click the driver which you are using currently, and then select Update driver from the menu.
Step 4: In the pop-up window, click Search Automatically for Updated Driver Software. Then follow the onscreen instructions to finish the operation.
If the above method failed to update drivers, you can use a professional third-party program to update drivers. Driver Easy Pro can detect all outdated drivers and update them with just one click. Here is the guide:
Step 1: Install Driver Easy and launch it. Click the Scan Now button.
Step 2: After the scanning process is completed, click the Update All button to download and install the latest drivers for all devices with outdated drivers.
After installed the latest update, you need to restart the computer and check if the problem disappears.
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Minecraft Unable to Connect to World FAQ
- Open Xbox app and add your friends to the Xbox friend list.
- Launch Minecraft and select Play
- Access your Realm and click Edit
- Click Members to check all the friends and other general users on Minecraft.
- Click the invite button next to the name of your friends to add them.
- Re-add your friend
- Check your network connection
- Check Windows Firewall
- Update your Network driver