Fix: Twitch Failed to Load Module

Fix: Twitch Failed to Load Module

If you’re having an issue with Twitch streaming, there’s a good chance that the module is preventing the stream from loading.

In this article, we’ll tell you how to fix the module issue and hopefully solve your streaming issues.

Why Twitch Failed to Load Modules?

Twitch failed to load modules because of the following reasons:

  1. Your internet connection might be too slow.
  2. You might not have the necessary graphics drivers installed.
  3. You might have outdated software.
  4. You might have blocked Twitch content.

How do I fix failed to load a module on Twitch?

There are a few things listed below you can do to try and fix the problem.

Fix 1: Enable DNS Over HTTPS Option (Firefox only)

First, try enabling the DNS Over HTTPS option in Firefox. This will help ensure that your connections are secure and private.

To enable the option, go to Firefox Settings > Search for Network Settings > Click on Settings > Scroll down and Enable DNS over HTTPS and click OK to save settings.

FireFox Settings
FireFox Connection Settings

 Fix 2: Disable the Browser Extensions Related to Twitch

If you’re experiencing problems with the Twitch loading module, there is a solution. First, disable any browser extensions that may be causing the issue.

Disable the Browser Extensions Related To Twitch

Fix 3: Change your Presence to Invisible and then Back to Online

Try changing your presence to invisible and then back online. This should fix the issue.

Fix 4: Change Stream Video Quality

If Twitch fails to load for you on a regular basis, changing your stream video quality, However, this solution might not work for everyone – so don’t get frustrated.

Goto video Setting Gear > Click on Quality > and changed it to Auto.

Stream Video Quality

Fix 5: Clear the cache, cookies, and history in Google Chrome

If Twitch is not loading, one of the first things you should do is clear your browser’s cache, cookies, and history.

If that doesn’t work, try turning off Flash in your browser and then turning it back on. If none of those work, you may need to Contact Twitch Support to get help resolving the issue.

Fix 6: Go Incognito

If Twitch is not loading for you, try going incognito. This will make your account invisible to the Twitch servers and hopefully, it will load.

Fix 7: Use a Different Browser

If Twitch doesn’t load in your browser, try using a different one. Some browsers are better than others for streaming video, so it’s worth trying out some different ones.


In the end, we hope that this article was able to solve your Twitch module issues and get you back to streaming.

If not, don’t worry, just keep trying different methods until you find one that works for you.