While using Twitch, are you facing a black screen that has got a buffering icon? Well, this might be Error 3000, which can take place due to Media Source Decoding Error while loading a stream session. But how to solve this? Henceforth read this article to know the fix:
Fixing Twitch Error Code 3000
Granting Third-party cookies to fix Media Source Decoding Error
When you visit a website, cookies are created to deliver better results and reuse past information. Allowing the website’s cookies are necessary so that you can surf without interruption. In this guide, we would be using Google Chrome as our browser. Follow the steps below to allow cookies:
- From Google Chrome, open Twitch
- If Google Chrome blocks cookies on the website to load, you may come across the Red “X” next to the star icon.
- Click the “X” and then allow the third party cookies.
- Now Restart Chrome (or any other browser), and this will solve your problem.
Using Incognito Mode To Fix Error Code 3000
The Incognito mode in Google Chrome allows users to bypass cookies and temporary files obstructing their ability to stream without deleting them. You will be able to see streaming in incognito mode without any prior data that could cause problems. This helps in not saving the history of the previous websites that were visited earlier.
To access an Incognito window.
- Open Google chrome
- On the top right corner, you will come across three lines/three dots
- Click on it
- A pop menu will open
- From here, look out for the third option. That’s an incognito window
- Another way of opening Incognito mode is by pressing Ctrl + Shift + N (this works on almost all browsers to open a private window)
These are some ways you can solve the Twitch error 3000 on your PC. For more articles on PC-related guides and fixes, head here.