Solved: How do I fix Destiny 2 Error code lettuce?

Destiny 2 show networking issue with error code lettuce and disconnect player from the game server after the game loads without any NPCs. The detail error message as below:

ERROR
You have been returned to orbit. Please try again.
If this problem persists, you should troubleshoot your networking setup. For more information, visit help.bungie.net and search for the error code: lettuce

Solved: How do I fix Destiny 2 Error code lettuce?
Solved: How do I fix Destiny 2 Error code lettuce?

Follow below solution steps to resolve lettuce error code on Destiny 2.

Content Summary

Potential Causes
Solution 1: Uninstall Asus GameFirst
Solution 2: Unbind Port

Potential Causes

There are multiple root causes for this error code including idling glitch on PC, inconsistent network, game conflict with GameFirst and router (Technicolor and Thompson) inconsistency.

Solution 1: Uninstall Asus GameFirst

Step 1: Press Windows key + R to open the Run box.

Step 2: Type appwiz.cpl and press Enter to open the Programs and Features menu.

Step 3: Locate the GameFirst from the list of installed applications.

Step 4: Follow the instructions to complete the uninstallation process.

Solution 2: Unbind Port

Step 1: Press Windows key + R to open the Run box.

Step 2: Type appwiz.cpl and press Enter to open the Programs and Features menu.

Step 3: Click the Turn Windows Features on or off hyperlink at the sidebar.

Step 4: Check the box beside the Telnet Client. Click the OK button to save the changes.

Step 5: Restart the computer.

Step 6: Press Windows key + R to open the Run box.

Step 7: Type cmd and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter key combination to open an elevated CMD prompt.

Step 8: Type the following command and press Enter: telnet <RouterIP>
Replace RouterIP with the IP address of your router.

Step 9: Enter the router credentials when asked.

Step 10: After connected the router, type the following command and press Enter: connection bindlist

Step 11: Take note the application name associate with port 3074 or port range with 3074 (e.g. 3074 – 3668).

Step 12: Type the following command and press Enter: connection unbind application=<application-name> port=3074 or connection unbind application=application-name port=<PortRange>

Step 13: Close the elevated Command Prompt and restart both your computer and your router.

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