Fortnite is the name of one of the most popular games in the entire world with a huge following. Many people love this game from a child to an adult. As a lot of people playing the game, it is normal if something like an error happens.
One of the most popular error codes is called Fortnite DP-06 error code. If you encounter this error, you do not need to worry as you will be informed the method to fix this error code by reading the whole article.
First of all, you have to go to file Explorer and hit your hard drive. Then, go to Program Files x86 and see the Epic Games folder located in the Program Files 86. Aside from that, you can see that the game is trying to find the games folder in Program Files and in Program Files 86 and then when you try to install the game when the game is looking for the folders and under Program 86, you can see error DP-06. Then, how to fix the error DP-06?
The answer to the question is easy. You just need to add x86 after the Program Files and press Install to start installing the game. Please wait a little bit and the proces of installing will be started immediately.
If the Fortnite DP-06 error code is still there even after following all the steps explained above, you can try to contact Fortnite. Another thing that you can do is to go to the forum that consists the fellow Fortnite players.
Aside from Fortnite DP-06 error code, another popular error is called DP-01. This one is typically indicates that you do not have permission to install the product on the computer. In order to correct it, please try these following instruction below. All the steps are written for Windows 7, so some locations may vary slightly on the other versions of Windows. First, temporarily disable any antivirus software. Second, make sure you are running as the Administrator on the computer. You can do it by navigating to Start > Control Panel > User Accounts > User Accounts, selecting Manage User Accounts, and if you are the Administrator, Administrators will be listed beside the username under Group. Third, make sure you have read or write access to the chosen install path. To do this, the first thing that you have to do is to navigate the chosen install location. Them, right clock and select Properties. The next thing that you have to do is to choose the Security tab. After that, choose the username in the Group or user names box. The last thing that you have to do is to verify that there is a check under Allow beside both Read and Write in the Permissions box. Fourth, make sure the computer is up to date and has the newest Service Packs by navigating t9o Start > Control Panel > System and Security, selecting Check for updates (under the Windows Update heading), and installing any updates.