If you have been playing Elden Ring then you do not want an error message to ruin your experience. In this Elden Ring guide, we are going to go through how you can fix the inappropriate activity detected error.
The Inappropriate Activity Detected Error pops up when the anti-cheat system thinks that you are using mods of cheats. Mods are not recommended but if you really want to use them then you should do that in offline mode in order 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 that you have been blacklisted and will no longer be able to use the online features of the game.
If you are doing neither of the above and are still getting this error then chances are that there is a corrupted file. The Epic Games Store or Steam are going to fix the issue automatically but if not then you can use the check file integrity feature in order to fix the issue.
We also recommend restarting Steam or disabling your VPN if you are using one. We also recommend repairing the anti-cheat software by rebooting Steam and then right-clicking on Elden Ring and selecting properties and local files. Locate the EasyAntiCheat and then double-click on EasyAntiCheat_Setup. Choose Elden Ring and then select repair service. If that does not work then you can try uninstalling the anti-cheat and installing it again.
This is how you can fix the Inappropriate Activity Detected error in Elden Ring. If you are interested in learning more then you can check out our guide on how you can beat Godfrey and Hoarah Loux. You can also check out our guide on getting the Starscourge Greatsword. For more content, check out our Elden Ring guides hub.



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