If you’ve played Elden Ring, you don’t want an error message to ruin your experience. In this Elden Ring guide, we are going to explain how you can fix the inappropriate activity detected error.
Inappropriate Activity Detected Error Fix
The Inappropriate Activity Detected error appears when the anti-cheat system thinks you are using cheat mods. Mods are not recommended, but if you really want to use them, you should do so in offline mode to avoid the inappropriate activity detected error.
Cheats are illegal and if you try to use them and get the inappropriate activity detected error, chances are you have been blacklisted and can no longer use the online features of the game.
If you don’t do any of the above and still get this error, chances are there is a corrupt file. Epic Games Store or Steam will solve the problem automatically, but if not, you can use the File Integrity Check feature to fix the problem.
We also recommend restarting Steam or disabling your VPN if you’re using one. We also recommend fixing the anti-cheat software by restarting Steam, then right-clicking Elden Ring and selecting properties and local files. Locate EasyAntiCheat then double click on EasyAntiCheat_Setup. Choose Elden Ring, then select repair service. If that doesn’t work, you can try uninstalling the anti-cheat and reinstalling it.
Here is how you can fix the Inappropriate Activity Detected error in Elden Ring. If you want to know more, you can check out our guide on how to beat Godfrey and Hoarah Loux. You can also check out our guide to getting the Starscourge Greatsword. For more content, check out our Elden Ring guides hub.