How to fix Fortnite's error ESP-buimet-003
March 10, 2024
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How to fix Fortnite's error ESP-buimet-003

Please read carefully and hopefully it will solve your issue. Following the instructions below

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How to Fix Fortnite Issue (ESP-buimet-003): A Step-by-Step Guide

Introduction: Fortnite is an immensely popular battle royale game, but sometimes it can run into issues. Showing the error in the image below so if you’re facing problems with Fortnite, follow these steps to troubleshoot and get back into the game.

Please read carefully and hopefully it will solve your issue. Following the instructions below
ESP-buimet-003 Screenshot on PC

Method 1: PC

1. Close Fortnite and Epic Games Launcher

First things first, close both Fortnite and the Epic Games Launcher. Make sure they are completely shut down.

2. Confirm Closure from Task Manager

Open the Task Manager (you can press Ctrl + Shift + Esc or right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager). Look for any Fortnite or Epic Games processes and end them if they’re still running.

3. Locate Your Fortnite Installation Folder

Navigate to the directory where you installed Fortnite. Typically, this will be in the Program Files or Program Files (x86) folder on your system drive.

4. Access the Cloud Folder

Inside the Fortnite installation folder, locate the Cloud subfolder. This folder contains important configuration files.

5. Delete BuildInfo.ini

In the Cloud folder, find a file named BuildInfo.ini. Delete this file. Don’t worry; it will be recreated when you launch the game again.

6. Launch Epic Games Launcher as Administrator

Right-click on the Epic Games Launcher shortcut and choose Run as administrator. This ensures that the launcher has the necessary permissions.

7. Verify Your Game Files

Open the Epic Games Launcher. Click on the three dots next to the Fortnite game title, then select Manage. From the dropdown menu, choose Verify. This will check and repair any corrupted files.

8. Launch Fortnite and Enjoy!

Once the verification process is complete, launch Fortnite. Hopefully, your issues will be resolved, and you can dive back into exciting matches!

Method 2: Playstation

This happens when there are DNS problems with your Internet Service Provider. We suggest switching the DNS to another name server.

To Switch your DNS:

1. Press the PS button on your controller.

2. Go to Settings.

3. Go to setup internet connection.

4. Select WiFi or cable.

5. Select Custom.

6. Set IP address to Auto.

7. Set DHCP to Auto.

8. Write down the DNS settings in case you need to change back.

9. Set DNS to Manual and enter the following:

  • Primary

  • Secondary

  • Set MTU to Auto.

  • Make sure proxy is not being used.

Remember, patience is key when troubleshooting. Sometimes it takes a few steps to get things working smoothly. Happy gaming! 🎮

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