Eso error 307 booted from server [Fix]

Eso error 307

Developed by ZeniMax Online Studios, Elder Scrolls Online is an MMORPG (massively-multiplayer online role-playing game). 

The game was published by Bethesda Softworks and is available on Windows and OS X since April 2014. The game features a storyline continuing through other games of the Elder Scrolls franchise and is set in the continent of Tamriel. 

The game stayed in development for 7 years before being released in April 2014. Upon its release, the game received mixed reviews, the negative and positive reviews were almost even. But that changed over time – As time passed by, the developers improved the game significantly, and its rating went up. 

Elder Scrolls Online isn’t a free game, and at first, you had to purchase a monthly subscription to play the game, but that changed in March 2015 when it transitioned to a buy-to=play model with microtransactions, and it also includes an optional subscription now. 

The game is now known as “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited”, and as of now, it’s available on PS4 and Xbox One as well. The game caught quite the crowd, selling over 15 million copies with 2.5 million active players.

Over the years, the game has had many bugs and glitches. One of the most common ones is the “ESO Error 307: Booted From Server”, and it’s also the one we’ll be discussing in this article. The game has kept its errors and glitches to a minimum, but the ESO Error 307 is still quite common, and almost every player faces the issue.

When your game gets disconnected from the MegaServer, a screen with the message “Booted From Server” will pop up, and your game will crash, or you’ll be kicked out of your current game. In this article, we’ll provide a fix for this error.

Ways to Fix Eso Error 307: Booted From Server:

Usually, this error will kick you out of your current game, sending you back to the lobby of the game. It won’t allow you to play the game without being kicked out mid-way, but fortunately, there are a few easy fixes for this error. One thing to note is that the problem’s usually your internet if you’ve been facing the issue for a long duration.

If your internet’s fine, then it might be because you’re playing with add-ons on your PC, or due to your dynamic IP on your Xbox or PS4. This could also lead to Error 200. You can get it fixed automatically without doing anything by using Restore Repair Tool. With Restore Repair Tool, you don’t have to hustle for a solution, it’ll do everything for you.

But, here are a few manual fixes for Eso Error 307: Booted From Server:

                                                                         i – Source: Xbox

#1: Close the game, and try launching after 15 minutes or so

The easiest way to fix this error is by waiting. Yes, you’ll have to exit the game and wait for at least 15 minutes to turn it back on. This has actually fixed the problem 9/10 times, so it’s surely worth a try. Again, make sure your internet’s working as it’s intended, and if the problem still persists, continue to the next solution.

#2: Disable ESO Add-ons if you’re on a PC

The most common (after your internet) reason behind the error is the Eso Add-ons. Sometimes, your system can’t handle them, causing the error, or because the Add-ons cause instability in essential features of the game. So, the best way to fix this error is to remove the Eso Add-ons. To do that, follow the steps listed below:

  • Type This PC on the Windows Taskbar, or select This PC from your desktop.
  • Once you open it, select documents from the list of folders, and locate the ESO folder.
  • Open it, and look for “Live” if you’re on the North American Server, or “Megaserver” if you’re on the European Server.
  • Once you locate it, open the folder, look for “Add-ons”, cut all the files, and paste them into a different folder. 
  • Launch the game to see if the problem still persists and if it does, continue to the next solution.

(Note: Move the Add-on files to a folder that doesn’t have any files related to Elder Scrolls Online.)

#3: Assign a Static IP

If you’re on your console, the best way the fix the problem is to assign a static IP. We’ve listed ways to assign a static IP for both Xbox and PS4.


  • First, turn on your PS4, and go to settings.
  • Once there, locate the Network option and search for View Connection Status. 
  • Once you open that, locate the IP address and the MAC address, and jot them down on your notepad, or a piece of paper.
  • Remove them, and exit the settings menu.
  • Now launch the game to see if the problem still persists.

Xbox One:

  • Turn your console on, and navigate to Settings.
  • Once there, locate the Network option, and select Advanced Settings.
  • Once there, you’ll see IP settings; open it, and note down the IP on Notepad, or a piece of paper.
  • Once that’s done locate the MAC address under the IP settings, and enter the 12-digit address of the internet connection you’re utilizing.
  • Open your browser, type your default gateway, and hit search.
  • For the next step, you’ll have to access your Router’s interface. To do that, enter your default username and password which you’ll find on the back of your router.
  • Once that’s done, click the radio button located in front of the Enable Manual Assignment option.
  • Locate the window where you have to enter the MAC and IP address you’ve jotted down.
  • Once you’ve done that, press Add and launch the game to see if the problem still persists.

Usually, this does fix your problem, but if it still persists, your only option is to contact Elder Scrolls Online Customer Support. They’ll assist you with the problem, and provide a viable solution.


In this article, we’ve provided a fix for the ESO Error 307: Booted From Server. We hope this article assists you in fixing the problem, but if it doesn’t you’ll have to contact ESO Customer Support. Anyways, we hope you find this article useful, and if you have any further queries or would like to add something to this article, feel free to comment down below, and we’ll try to respond to as many queries as we can!

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