Nintendo Error Code 2813-9404 Explained, Nintendo eShop Problems

In our Nintendo eShop error code 2813-9404 explained, we will tell you more about this error, its causes and what you can do to fix it. Spoilers, the answer is “not much”, unfortunately. And while we’re at it, we’ll also explain error code 9001-0026, which at least seems to be the cousin of 2813-9404. So let’s get started!

Nintendo Error Code 2813-9404 Explained, Nintendo eShop Problems

Nintendo eShop error code 2813-9404 explained

Nintendo eShop error code 2813-9404 is an issue that, according to Official Nintendo Support, occurs when there is “a temporary glitch or outage in the Nintendo eShop”. In other words, if you get this error, there’s not much you can do about it. You can check the Network Maintenance page to see if there is any planned maintenance going on, or maybe some server outage of some kind. Just wait for whatever is happening to end, and you should be good to go. If, on the other hand, there is no crash, but you are still experiencing the error, you may need to restart your console or contact Nintendo support. Other than that, other than maybe restarting your Switch, you don’t have much else to do.

That’s about all there is to know about Nintendo eShop error code 2813-9404. If you have any other information we missed, let us know in the comments. One thing we need to mention before we finish, and that is error code 9001-0026. It sometimes seems to appear with 2813-9404. Now 9001-0026 says “our Nintendo Account did not access the Nintendo eShop from a Nintendo Switch console”. In other words, you are trying to use an account that is not logged into a Switch to purchase something for the Switch. Nintendo doesn’t allow it. You must be logged into the eShop with an account linked to a Switch. In other words, this error is at least easy to fix once you know what the problem is.

Timothy C. Mayo