You may be unable to log into the Disney Plus website due to restrictions from your ISP or Disney Plus. In addition, browser extensions or VPN clients can also cause the error under discussion.
The problem arises when the user opens the Disney Plus site and clicks on the login button but nothing happens (no error code is shown either). The problem is reported to occur on almost all browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc. Both types of connections, i.e. mobile data and Wi-Fi, are also affected. Moreover, this issue is not limited to any particular country. In some rare cases, the user may only see parts of the login page, or the login button is grayed out.
Before proceeding with the solutions, check the disneyplus.com/begincode server status. Also, restart your system and networking equipment. Additionally, remove your router from bridge mode (if using in bridge mode).
Solution 1: Click the Sign-Up Button on the Page And Then Log In to the Disney Plus Site
The problem could be a temporary glitch of the browser or the site. The glitch can be fixed by clicking the sign-up button and then signing in to the site.
- Launch a web browser and open the DisneyPlus.com/begin site.
- Then, on the login page, scroll down and you will find a link to sign-up to the service.
- Now click on the Sign-up Now button and then click on the Login button to see if the problem is resolved.
Solution 2: Disable Browser Extensions
Browser extensions are used to extend the functionality of the browser. However, if any browser extension is interfering with the operation of the browser or the site, then you may face the error under discussion. In this context, disabling the problematic extension may resolve the issue. VPNs and ad blocking extensions (uBlock Origin, Ghostery, Stands are short for names) have been known to create this issue.
To clarify, we will guide you through the process for Chrome browser as it is practically impossible to cover all browsers. In addition, some browsers have built-in ad blocking functionality (such as Shields in the Brave browser), therefore, ensure that any such feature does not hinder the operation of the Disney Plus website.
- Launch the Google Chrome browser and at the top right of the window, click on the Extensions icon.
- Now click on Manage Extensions and then enable Developer Mode by toggling its switch to the On position.
- Now click on the Update button and then check if the problem is resolved.
- If not, disable each extension by toggling its respective switch to the OFF position.
- Now check if you can log into the Disney plus begin code website. If so, enable extensions one by one until you find the problematic extension.
If the problematic extension is an ad blocking extension, set the Disney Plus website off in the ad blocking extension’s settings. We will guide you to uBlock native chrome extensions.
- Launch the Chrome browser and open the Disney Plus website.
- Now, click on the uBlock Origin icon and then click on the blue Power button to turn off uBlock Origin for the site.
- Then check if you can log into the Disney Plus site, if not, keep uBlock Origin disabled until the problem is resolved.
Solution 3: Disable the VPN Client of Your System
VPNs are used to bypass ISP restrictions and protect user privacy. But Disney Plus has blacklisted almost all IPs which are suspected to be VPN related (you can try lesser known/used VPNs), so, the problem at hand may be the result of using the VPN client. In this case, disabling the VPN client may resolve the issue.
- Launch the VPN client of your system.
- Now click on the Disable/Disconnect button and then check if the login issue is resolved or not.
Solution 4: Use Incognito or In-Private Mode of Your Browser
Almost all modern browsers have an incognito or private mode, in which the browser creates a temporary session of the user that is separate from the main session of the browser and user data. If any element of the browser or the main session of user data is interfering with the operation of the Disney Plus site, you may be faced with an error. In this case, accessing the site in incognito or private mode may solve the login issue.
- Launch a web browser and open its incognito or private mode.
- Now check if you can log in to the site. If so, try to find the problematic setting/feature of your browser causing the problem. If you can’t find the problematic settings, you’ll either need to use your browser’s incognito/in-private mode or reset your browser to the default when accessing the Disney Plus site.
Solution 5: Allow the Connection to Disney Plus Website Through Your Router
Most modern routers come with a ton of the latest features. Having said that, even some experienced users may misconfigured their routers resulting in blocking of the DisneyPlus.com login/begin website (or some of its features). In this case, allowing connection to the Disney Plus website through your router may solve the login issue. You may have to dig deep to get this particular solution to work for you.
WARNING: Proceed at your own risk as editing router settings requires a certain level of expertise and if done wrong, you can expose your device and data to threats like Trojans, viruses, etc.
- Launch a web browser and open the login page of your router (or routerlogin.net).
- Now check if a setting like parental controls or filters is blocking access to the site. It would be better to temporarily disable all kinds of filters or parental controls.
- Some routers (such as Synology) have a secure access feature (a type of parental control) that has been known to cause problems. Now disable the said feature.
- Then check if the login issue is resolved.
Solution 6: Reset Your Router to the Factory Defaults
If nothing has helped you so far, then the problem under discussion could be the result of a bad firmware of your router. In this case, resetting the router to factory default may solve the problem. But after resetting the router your personal router settings (username, password, SSID, etc.) will be lost. For example, we’ll walk you through the process for a Netgear router.
- After turning on your router, disconnect it from all devices (wired/wireless).
- Now remove all cables from your router except the power cord.
- Now press and hold the reset button on your router (located on the back of the router) with a sharp object like a paper clip (your router’s lights will flash) for seven seconds. If your router has more than one reset button, make sure you’re pressing the correct button.
- Then unharness the push and wait till the router starts up properly (the router’s power junction rectifier can flip green).
- Now connect your router to the net and so to the computer (make positive the computer isn’t connected to the other wired or wireless network).
- Now launch an online browser and check if you’ll log in to the movie maker and web site.
Solution 7: Try Another Network
ISPs deploy various technologies and methods to manage web traffic and protect their users from online threats. However, this error occurs when an essential resource required for DisneyPlus begin code to operate has been blocked by your ISP. This can be confirmed by trying another network.
- Disconnect your system from the current network.
- Now connect your system to another network. If no other network is available, try using your phone’s hotspot, and hopefully you can log into the Disney Plus website.
If nothing works for you, the login issue could be the result of a temporary bug in the browser. In this case, trying another browser might solve the problem. If the problem persists in another browser then you may need to contact Disney Plus support to check if the IP address of your PC/network is not blacklisted.
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