How to Fix Awaiting Endpoint Discord Error?

Are you facing “Awaiting Endpoint” error on Discord? PC gamers often use Discord, which is a communication app created specifically for gamers.

How to fix Discord Awaiting Endpoint error

It allows communication via voice chat as well as text, and there are versions for Mac, Android and iOS as well as for Windows, so you should be able to use it whichever platform you are on.

Sometimes when trying to connect to Discord however, you might see an Discord error saying “Awaiting Endpoint“.

What Causes Discord “Awaiting Endpoint” Error?

This error gets stuck on ‘Awaiting Endpoint’ and will not allow you to connect to a server.

It can be annoying but the good thing is, it’s fairly easy to fix.

  • This issue is network-related and it can occur when some of the Discord servers are down.
  • It can also happen if your device fails to connect to one of the servers.

4 Ways To Fix Awaiting Endpoint Error on Discord

Let’s take a look at easy solutions to fix this Discord error for good.

Fix #1 – Wait for Discord Servers

The first thing to do is simply wait for a while, giving Discord time to fix their servers.

This issue will usually fix itself after a while, so you should give it a couple of hours and then try Discord again to see whether it works.

Fix #2 – Change Server Region

Something else you can try to fix Discord Awaiting Endpoint error is changing the server region on your PC, by following these steps:

  1. Launch Discord on your PC.
  2. Click on ‘Settings’ in the menu on the left hand side.
  3. Now click on ‘Overview’ in ‘Server Settings’ and change the server location.
  4. Restart Discord and see whether the Endpoint error has been fixed.

The reason behind this is that Discord servers connect to a specific geographical area. The nearer you are to a server, the less lag you should experience in your calls.

If there is a server outage with your local server, changing it to try a different region can solve the problem.

Fix #3 – Restart Router or Use VPN

Try to access a website using your browser. If you can, there is no problem with your internet connection.

If there are problems with it, unplug your router’s power cable and plug it back in. Try using a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, to see whether that solves the problem.

Fix #4 – Change Server Region

Something else you can try if you’ve ruled out a server outage issue is to reinstall Discord:

  1. Type ‘Task’ in the search bar and click ‘Open’ under ‘Task Manager’.
  2. Look for Discord-related processes and click ‘End Task’ next to them.
  3. Click ‘Start’, tap on ‘Settings’ and then click ‘Apps’.
  4. Find Discord and choose ‘Uninstall’.
  5. Press “OK” to confirm and wait until the app has been removed.
  6. Than click ‘Start’ and press R.
  7. Click ‘Open’ (under the Run app) and type in %appdata% and press Enter.
  8. Select the Discord folder in the new window that appears, right-click on it and select ‘Delete’.
  9. Type %localappdata% in the Run window then press Enter.
  10. Right-click on the window that opens and click on ‘Delete’.
  11. Restart the computer.
  12. Download the installation package from Discord’s download site.
  13. Now right-click the file in the system tray and select ‘Show in Folder’.
  14. Double-click on the Discord Setup file to install it.


Hopefully either waiting a while until Discord fixes their servers or trying the above fixes can get rid of this issue for you.

If you have tried everything without success and you are still experiencing the Discord Awaiting Endpoint Error, you should contact Discord support and tell them what is happening.

If it is some kind of issue on their end, they might be able to give you an approximate time when it should be fixed.

Otherwise they might have some more ideas about how to solve the problem.

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