When a user tries to access the Discord app or website, the Discord error 1105 is displayed on the computer screen. This error has been reported on different versions of Windows such as Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
The error message advises the user to visit Cloudflare, as the error may be due to a server issue. However, there may be other reasons for this error. If you encounter the same problem, don’t worry. Stay tuned for more information about this error.
What is the cause of Discord error 1105?
Discord or CloudFlare server problem: It turns out that one of the most common causes of this error is a server problem that directly affects Discord or CloudFlare (the service used by Discord). In this case, there is nothing to do but identify the problem and wait for the developers to fix it.
Limited network: If you are connected to a limited network (hotels, schools, work, or public WI-FI) it is possible that Discord is intentionally blocked by the network administrator. In this case, you can try to contact the network administrator or try to circumvent the problems by setting up a VPN.
Damaged application data: If you see this error shortly after a failed Discord update, it may be due to corrupted data stored in the AppData and LocalAppData folders that are interfering with the connection process. To fix this error, you need to delete the contents of these two folders and restart the application.
How to resolve the Discord error 1105?
Remove corrupted app data
Damaged local Discord data is also the cause of the Discord 1105 error. Corrupted data usually occurs when a new Discord update is interrupted before the process is complete. According to user reports, deleting corrupted application data can fix Discord error 1105.
- Open the Run window by pressing the Windows and R keys, then type %appdata% and press Enter.
- Go to the AppData folder and find the Discord folder by swiping through the installed applications.
- Open this folder by double-clicking and press Ctrl + A to select all the contents, then right-click on the contents and select Delete. After that, all the data will be deleted.
- Open the Run window again, type %localappdata%, and click OK.
- With the Local AppData folder open, locate the Discord folder.
- Open this folder and select all the content it contains, then right-click and select Delete.
- Finally, restart Discord to see if Discord error 1105 is fixed.
Check for errors on your server
The main reason for Discord error 1105 is a server issue. Server errors can be related to Discord or Cloudflare. We recommend that you check your server for errors as soon as Discord error 1105 appears.
Fortunately, you can check the status of both sites on their status pages. Click here to check Discord’s status. Get real-time reports on server outages and troubleshooting progress.
Switching to another network
Discord error 1105 also appears when connecting to a restrictive network, such as a work network, hotel Wi-Fi, etc. This happens because the administrator of the connected network is restricting your access to Discord or your internet connection is unstable.
In this case, try switching to another network, such as your home network or VPN. After switching network connections, run Discord to see if error 1105 has been successfully resolved.
Frequently Asked Questions
Discord joined Cloudflare immediately after reaching 25,000 concurrent users, and Cloudflare delivered immediate and lasting performance and security improvements. Cloudflare's CDN works by caching content in data centers in more than 200 cities and then delivering it directly to users from the nearest data center.
When some servers are down, you will see a red notification of how many guilds are unavailable. Because guilds are unavailable, no information about them can be retrieved (this is why, when a server is down, you don't see it on the shared servers.
An HTTP 502 or 504 error occurs when Cloudflare cannot contact your original web server. There are two possible causes: (The most common cause) 502/504 from your source web server. 502/504 from Cloudflare.