Inappropriate Activity Detected Unable to Start in Online Mode :Solved

by Sourabh

Do you get the message “Inappropriate Activity Detected” from Elden Ring? “Unable to Start in Online Mode” message after the 1.08 patch for Colosseum?

The free new content for Elden Ring is now available. With the Colosseum update, you can now play PvP in brand-new ways, like in the new arenas where you can fight 1v1 duels or play different team games.

But after the update, some players were not happy with what they saw. Even though they say they haven’t done anything wrong, they are said to be banned.

If you are one of these people, keep reading to find out why this happens and what you can do about it.

Inappropriate Activity Detected Unable to Start in Online Mode in Elden Ring

Before we get to the answer, let’s start with a fair warning. If you see the message “Inappropriate Activity Detected,” you have been banned from all online games because you did something illegal, which is punishable by a ban.

If you have already done something like this, there isn’t much you can do here. Using cheats and hacks is an obvious part of this. But also things like changing game files, playing in strange modes, letting strange third-party apps run, and so on.

Even “just” using glitches and exploits in the game can get you banned. Lastly, being rude in voice or text chat is also a reason to get banned.

If you’ve ever done any of these things, you deserve to be banned, and there’s nothing you can do about it. Read on if you know for sure you haven’t done any of the illegal things and that your ban is a mistake.

If you are not guilty, the post-patch bug is the most likely cause. Whenever there’s a new update, this often happens. In other words, Easy Anti Cheat didn’t work right with the game.

You must use Steam’s “Verify Integrity of Game Files” feature. If you haven’t done anything wrong, this will almost certainly fix the “Inappropriate Activity Detected” message. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Right-click on the Elden Ring in your Steam library.
  2. Click on “Properties…”.
  3. Open the tab labeled “Local Files.”
  4. Click on “Check the game files to make sure they are correct.”
  5. Let Steam do what it can.
  6. When the process is done, turn your computer back on.
  7. Launch Steam, and start Elden Ring.

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