This guide will show you how to fix the 2-0x0000d00 error in Rainbow Six Siege. This is an error that you could be receiving if you’re playing Rainbow Six Siege and you’re not able to actually get into the game or not able to search for a game.
What is causing Matchmaking error 2-0x0000d00a in Rainbow Six Siege?
Basically, this error comes down to a network connection issue between your game and the game servers. Usually just a time out i.e you’re unable to communicate with the servers or the servers are unable to communicate with you.
Rainbow Six Siege: Matchmaking error 2-0x0000d00a Fix
- Check Ubisoft servers status
- Add RainbowSix.exe to Windows Firewall exceptions
- Check if your friends have the same issue
- Disable third-party anti-virus and firewall
- Reboot your computer and router
Check Ubisoft servers status
More than likely the servers are currently down for repairs, maintenance or anything like that. In order to check if the service is actually up head over to https://rainbow6.ubisoft.com/status/. On this page over here, you’ll be able to see all the platforms as well as the individual statuses for all of the different services that the server offers. Make sure that all of them have a green tick next to them and all of them say operational. The page will reload once in a while.
Add RainbowSix.exe to Windows Firewall exceptions
Verify that the game isn’t blocked in something like the Windows Firewall. Assuming that you are not using a third-party firewall then follow the below steps:
- Step 1: Open Windows Firewall
- Step 2: Open ‘Allow an app or feature through Windows Defender Firewall’
- Step 3: Search for Rainbow Six Siege
- Step 4: Make sure everything on that row is checked including the Private and Public columns
If you don’t see Rainbow Six Siege on that list then click on ‘Allow another app…’ and then select the RainbowSix.exe file from the browse option. After that just click on the ‘Add’ button.
Check if your friends have the same issue
Assuming that everything is operational the issue more than likely lies on another possibility that your computer or computer’s connection to the server is the problem. Check with other of your friends (mainly those who live in the neighboring areas) if they have the same issue. Simply open your friends list and see if any of your friends are online. If your friends are online on R6S servers then it’s your computer or a certain application on your computer that is causing this issue.
Disable third-party anti-virus and firewall
If you’re running a third-party antivirus or firewall the simplest things that you can do is to temporarily disable it and see if the issue is fixed. If the issue is miraculously fixed then simply make sure to whitelist the game through whatever third-party software you are running.
Reboot your computer and router
If that doesn’t seem to solve anything a very good idea is to do a full reboot of your computer as well as a full reboot of your entire network that means the router connecting you to the actual internet whether it be DSL fiber, wi-fi extenders, switches or anything like that. Do a full reboot of absolutely everything on your network and hopefully, things should be fixed by this. If your system is on a wireless network then best use a cable or stay closer to the router.