If you’re getting an error when trying to post in Tarkov, it’s likely that your account has been temporarily suspended for violating the game’s Terms of Service. To fix this, follow the below-mentioned ways:
1 Way (Waiting For Patch):
The first and most simple way to fix this error is to wait for a patch from the developers. The team is constantly working on fixing errors and making sure that the game runs smoothly.
2 Way (Change Your IP Address):
If you’re still getting the error after waiting for a patch, then try changing your IP address. This can be done by connecting to a VPN server in a different location. Once you’ve connected to the VPN, attempt to Post in Tarkov again and see if the error has been fixed.
3 Way (Reinstall The Game):
If you’re still getting the error after trying both of the above methods, then your last resort is to reinstall the game. This will delete all of your progress, so make sure to back up your saves before proceeding. To reinstall the game, simply delete the Tarkov folder and run the installer again.
4 Way ( Change DNS):
If you want an alternative to a VPN, you can try changing your DNS. This is a less invasive way of changing your IP address and can be done without installing any additional software. To change your DNS, simply go to your network settings and select a different DNS server from the list.
- Open Settings From Taskbar
- Click On Network & Internet.
- In the left-hand menu, click Change adapter options.
- Right-click on your active network connection and select Properties.
- Select Internet Protocol Version Should be4 (TCP/IPv4) from the list and click Properties.
- Click Use the following DNS server addresses. Enter the primary (220.127.116.11) and secondary DNS addresses(18.104.22.168″).
- Click OK to save your changes.
5 Way ( Change Internet):
If you’ve tried all of the above methods and are still getting the error, then your best bet is to change your internet service provider. This is usually a last resort, as it can be quite expensive.