Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – OSCAR-01 error

All errors in the game The Division 2 associated with names like “OSCAR-01” – means connection problems. What specific error causes these codes is not known to date. However, almost all of them point to a poor Internet connection, temporary problems with the server directly, antivirus or firewall blocking the game.

Solving the problem with antivirus

If you have this problem with the Bitdefender Internet Security complex antivirus installed, you can allow / deny a specific program access to incoming / outgoing Internet connections through your own firewall. To fix the OSCAR-01 error in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, you need to do the following manipulations.

  1. Disable your antivirus while starting the game or unpacking the archive.
  • Launch Bitdefender application from the tray.
  • In the menu, find the Virus Shield / Auto Scan items and turn off the toggle switches in front of these labels.
  • Protection is temporarily disabled. Try to launch the application. If it doesn’t work and the OSCAR-1 error persists, take the next step.
  1. Allow the exe file to access the internet in bitdefender.
  • Open your antivirus. Go to the section “Protection” / “Firewall” / “Settings”.
  • Select “Add” in the rules.
  • “Browse” add the required program. Switch “Permission” to active and “OK”.
  • Now the Internet traffic for the desired program will be opened.

Error solution: OSCAR-01 error in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 via Onedrive

Microsoft developers often distribute a secondary product by implanting it into Windows. OneDrive has become just such an implant. Actually, this is a cloud storage of files and applications. This product is not bad in principle, but in some cases it blocks game files. Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 video game is no exception, when an error occurs: OSCAR-01 error. To fix this crash, you need:

  • open Onedrive;
  • settings and parameters;
  • “Synchronize files”. You need to set the toggle to the “disable” state.

This is an add-on for disabling file protection and saving them to the cloud by default. “Settings” / “Change computer settings” / “File storage”. You need to switch “Save documents to OneDrive by default” to “Off”.

According to gamers faced with the OSCAR 1 problem, this method works in most cases.

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