Some players during their attempts to play Minecraft Realms have faced the Error 429 issue. What this error means is that there are too many requests to the server and it started to work wrong. There are a few ways you can run a game in this situation, which we will cover in this guide.

How to Fix Minecraft Error 429

The first thing you can do to fix Minecraft Error 429 is to create a duplicate install of the latest game’s version. You will need to click on the Installations button and find the latest Minecraft release there. Click on a button with three dots and use the duplicate function. After that, the new copy of the latest version will appear. Then, you will need to launch the file called Latest release (2) and click on the Save button there. When you have successfully saved your duplicate, you can launch it and the error should disappear.

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Sometimes the method above doesn’t help players to fix Error 429. In this case, you can try one of the suggestions below:

  • Reinstall the game
  • Restart your PC
  • Restart the game
  • Restart your router
  • Check your internet connection. It should be stable without any errors
  • Try to use VPN
  • Try to close Minecraft Realms and relaunch it again
  • Make sure you are not playing the Beta version, and that your Minecraft is updated to the latest version
  • Check if you have any other Java tasks running through Task Manager and abort the runs you don’t need

Try all these methods and you’ll be back to playing Minecraft in no time!

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