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Depending on what payment service you use (Paypal or Xsolla), there may be a slight delay in the processing of your payment before it reaches us.
Usually, these issues resolve themselves within a few hours, and our systems will automatically apply your tag to your account.
If it has been over 24 hours and you still do not have your supporter tag, please email email@example.com and let us know about your problem.
Make sure to include any receipts that you received during the process (paypal transaction IDs, Xsolla receipts, etc) - these help us a lot in tracking down what happened to your payment!
A person with a restricted account is temporarily prevented from interacting with the community in any meaningful way, including chatting, participating in multiplayer, and having their scores on leaderboards.
They may continue to set scores locally and online (though the scores will not show until the status is lifted) and play the game like normal, with the exception of multiplayer.
Restrictions are relatively rare, and are only doled out in circumstances where we believe our Community Rules or Terms of Service have been breached, or an account has been observed to be acting abnormally.
In most cases, the status will be removed automatically after 24 hours. If such time has passed and you are still restricted, you may inquire about the status of your account with the support team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are restricted, make sure to sort it out with support instead of just making a new account to try and avoid it! Making multiple accounts to avoid restrictions causes problems for everyone - both us, and you.
Accounts are generally only disabled when they are confirmed to be multiple accounts belonging to the same user.
If this is the case for you, as in, the account that you have had banned was not the first one you ever made, then you can usually safely sign in to your first registered account without problem. Generally speaking, disabled accounts are not reactivated a vast majority of the time.
If your account has been restricted, you'll likely know why after a brief conversation with the support team.
In situations where we are absolutely assured that foul play or wrongdoing has taken place, we will ask you to wait out a period of three (3) months from the date of your last offense before we consider an appeal from you to let you back into the game.
Please use the password recovery page to reclaim your account automatically, provided that you still have access to the email you registered with.
If this does not work for you (or you do not have access to your registration email), please send an email to our support team with as much information as you can think of to help us acknowledge you as the owner of your account.
Good information to include this email would be:
Try using the password recovery page to see if your account's email is still valid.
If this succeeds, you will be able to reset your own password without the assistance of the support staff.
If this does not work for you, please send us a support ticket immediately to email@example.com with as much identifying information as possible that will help us establish you as the owner of your account.
Emailing from your registration address is a huge bonus here, as well as any other information you can provide that only the holder of the account would know.
Please do not include replay or score data in your ticket - we cannot use this to verify your ownership of the account.
This is a temporary protection measure after repeated failures to access your account. Try signing in again after 10-20 minutes.
If this happens to you, simply wait for a while and try to sign in a little later.
A couple of hours at the absolute maximum will clear the status for most people and allow them to sign in again.
There might be an issue with your account's current email address.
If you remember your account's attached email address, or think you do, try visiting the email recovery page to file a request to have it changed. Fill in the form as best you can and you'll receive a reply within two days.
If you have lost your account's password and are not receiving any password recovery emails, or you really cannot remember what email address you were using, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any information you have about your account (your username, any screenshots that show you signed in to the client, past transactions through the store or supporter payments, etc.) will be helpful!
Lastly, we are aware that some providers do not accept automated emails from us. If you are using any of these providers, please contact us by mail and we'll change your email address for you:
At any point thereafter, you may purchase a username change to change your name to whatever you wish. However, each change will become progressively more expensive - the second will cost $8 USD, the third $16 USD, and so on, up to a cap of $100 USD. We do this to prevent people from abusing the system to change their names in rapid succession.
If you are only after minor capitalization or grammar/spelling changes, you can email email@example.com to request a free name change to fix these issues. We will not charge you for these sorts of name changes, but you MUST do them through a support email. Keep in mind we will only perform this a limited number of times, so make sure you really want it!
Yes, but only under certain circumstances.
If a player has not signed in for at least 6 months and has no plays, their username may be reclaimed via the osu!store player name change page for a standard fee associated with username changes.
For every 500 plays an account has across all game modes, an additional year (365 days) will be added to the time before that user's name becomes available. This is to prevent people from stealing the usernames of active or recently retired players.
Yes, but under certain circumstances.
We only grant free reverts for a user's direct previous username (the one shown by hovering their name on their profile). Changes to any other previous names must be purchased via the store. Simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org and request your namechange reverted.
We only grant this one time per account, so please consider carefully before requesting!
We only force username reverts for inappropriate usernames.
If you find your recent namechange has been undone, it may be because the username you changed to was abusive or inappropriate. We will not perform the change again, even if we requested, but if you purchased it on the store, we'll offer a free change for you.
If the change was done with the free change that comes with a supporter tag, we cannot offer to change it again.
Not at the moment, sorry.
Your profile will show all your previous purchased namechanges, and we do not accept request to remove them for now. If one of your previous usernames breaches your privacy (for example, if it contains your legal name), contact email@example.com to request it removed.
We can change this for you, but only if you are actively living in the country that you wish to change to.
We determine your country as shown on your profile page from the area in which you first registered your account from.
If you create an account while on holiday in the United States, your account will show as belonging to the US - you'll even appear on the country rankings for the US too.
The support team can happily change your account's country upon request, but only if you are actively living within that country at the time.
To confirm this, the team will ask for proof of residency - be it the appropriate passport, drivers license for your country, or some other form of ID. This must be displayed in a picture next to your monitor with the osu! client open and signed in to your account.
We will never display this information to anyone else, and we encourage you to blank out any personal information (that will not otherwise make it impossible for us to determine what country the document is for!) if you are concerned about your privacy.
Unfortunately, no, you can not.
If we were to allow everybody to make and play on multiple accounts, the ranked scoreboards would be nearly worthless!
Other games encounter this issue a lot with what is commonly known as "smurfs" - accounts with low playtimes and totals that inflate the rankings and prevent other users from playing competitively.
In osu!, we are very much against users having multiple accounts, and we enforce a strict rule of only one account per person, ever.
You get to play on the first account you ever registered with us, and that's it!
Not at the moment.
We are considering extra 'score reset' purchases from the osu!store for the truly hardcore players who wish nothing but perfection in their stats, but as it currently stands, we cannot wipe an account's statistics for you.
This doesn't mean you can make a new account to do the same thing, either! Having multiple accounts is strongly frowned upon in our community and we will disable any such accounts that are brought to our attention.
Yes, absolutely. This includes shared PCs like netcafes or PC bangs.
So long as you are playing on only your own account, you can play osu! anywhere.
If you are playing from a public place, make sure to keep a close eye on your account security. Shared computers are often prime targets for malicious software.
You can see all maps you've played on the website.
If you have an active supporter tag, you can see all maps you have submitted a score on by going in the Beatmap section, then clicking the "Ranked (played)" filter. Alternatively, you can use this link to access the page directly.
Unfortunately, we do not keep track of all maps a user has downloaded, so it is impossible to get a list of them. The closest you could be to it would be using the aforementioned filter to recover at least the maps you've played before.
Make sure you are not running osu! in Windows compatibility mode, and that you also have a default web browser defined in your system settings.
This issue is sometimes caused by an interaction with compatibility mode, and can also be caused by the game simply not finding a default browser to open the web page link with.
To check or change if your game is running in compatibility mode under Windows, try the following steps:
Propertiesfrom the dropdown menu.
Run this program in compatibility modewithin a section titled
Under the vast majority of all circumstances, most Windows installations will have a default web browser set.
To check, try the following steps (under Windows 8 and above):
defaultinto the search bar within the Start menu.
Default app settings, click it. If you do not, expand your search to include
default app settings.
Web browserheading and check to make sure that a browser which you have installed is properly set.
This is usually due to issues with your PC, but can very rarely be caused by new updates.
osu! generally keeps itself up-to-date without any help, but sometimes things can go wrong.
We recommend restarting your PC as the first option. This will fix more issues than you expect it to as far as computers are concerned, and osu! is no different.
Ensure your release stream is set to stable in the game options.
You can also try forcing the game to update.
This can be changed via the in-game options menu.
Optionsmenu or hit
releaseinto the quick-search to jump straight to the option.
Stable (Latest)to receive the latest stable build of the game.
You can force the game to update via the options menu.
Optionsmenu or hit
updateinto the quick-search to jump straight to the option.
Run osu! updaterbutton.
You can also force the game to update by creating a
help.txt file in osu!'s installation directory. This file does not need to contain anything - it just needs to exist, and the game will automatically force an update the next time it runs
You have deleted or lost important system fonts that are bundled with the base Windows installation. This probably isn't the only issue you are noticing!
If you see this error when you try to open osu! or its updater, it means you deleted or otherwise lost important system fonts that ship with Windows. These fonts are used all over the Windows OS, so you can expect other assorted problems, such as wrong fonts, missing text, and other app crashes throughout Windows.
Here is a collection of common fonts used in different versions of Windows and across the web which should help:
See this topic in Microsoft Answers for some more detailed advice, and other options on getting them back.
Make sure you are not searching for beatmaps within a certain criteria (such as star rating, approach rate, so on).
If you've just downloaded a map, you may want to try refreshing your beatmap list by pressing
F5 at the song selection screen.
Tab by default will toggle the in-game HUD and allow you to see these elements again.
If you have changed the keybinding that toggles the scoreboard, this will not work. You can check which key it is set to in
Change keyboard bindings ->
There's a few reasons why this can happen. Read on below!
Reinstalling the game client will automatically clear all of your local scores.
These are unfortunately, gone.
The scores you have submitted online are still there, however - simply redownload any song that you have played before, and your score will reappear.
Handy tip - if you are an osu!supporter, you can use the
Ranked (Played) filter in the osu!direct panel in game or via the beatmap listing page to find any maps that you have set scores on in the past.
Playing another game mode (osu!taiko, osu!catch or osu!mania) will swap the in-game score view to only show scores for that mode. This will hide your scores from other modes.
A common cause of this problem arises from playing maps of another game mode, which then automatically set song selection to use that mode's scores until the mode is set back again.
You can change the game mode by clicking the
Mode button at the bottom left of the screen in song select, then choosing the appropriate mode that you are looking for your scores in.
Unfortunately, scores set while playing offline cannot be added to the online rankings.
If you are playing online and suffer a brief disconnection for whatever reason, your game will automatically try to send the scores itself for as long as you keep the client open.
Scores can sometimes take a little while to download from the game servers if you've loaded lots of new maps at once.
Playing the game or doing something else will let the client catch up in the background.
This is a special feature called smoke and can be used to doodle on your playfield for fun. Anyone who is spectating you can see the things you draw as well.
The default keybinding for this feature is
C, and it will work for as long as you hold the button down. You can rebind it at any time in the
osu! Standard Mode section of the
Change keyboard bindings options dialog.
Enter the post-game results screen by clicking the score in your local scoreboard, and hit the
This will save your shiny new score as a
.osr file in the /Replays/ folder within the default osu! installation directory.
osu! also automatically saves all replays after you complete a song under the
/Data/r/ folder, also contained within the osu! installation directory.
Please note that if no replay was saved for the score you will not be able to retrieve a replay by doing this.
It's time to upgrade! Very old versions of the game aren't allowed to submit new scores, so you'll need to force an update by going into
Run osu! updater.
If this doesn't work, you can close osu! and restart the osu.exe while holding down the
Shift key. This will provide you with a few upgrade and repair options, one of which is to update your game to the latest version.
Oops! There's a few reasons why this can happen. Let's go through them:
If you were not able to access the Internet when finishing your score, it may not submit.
This can be frustrating if you play on an unstable connection, though the game will try its best to resubmit your score for as long as you leave the client open.
Some firewalls or anti-virus suites can block osu! from accessing the internet, which will prevent it from sending scores.
Check your software of choice to make sure that
osu!.exe in the directory you installed the game in is allowed to access the internet.
Some can interfere with your ability to submit scores.
Try closing any extra programs before playing osu! if you find that your scores aren't submitting and you are not having issues with connectivity otherwise.
If the servers are offline, do not close osu! until we've fixed the issues and the servers come back up, and the game will try to submit your score again for up to an hour before it gives up.
Unfortunately, we cannot upload scores upon request.
If you were denied a score due to technical reasons or whatever else, the best you can hope for is to repeat your display of skill and achieve it again. Sorry!
This can be due to sound processing software running on your machine, such as Razer Surround Audio. It could also be due to your
Universal Offset being set incorrectly.
Try closing any extra programs which alter or influence the sound coming out of your computer. If this doesn't help, you could try to adjust your
Every individual hardware configuration has a particular
Universal Offset that determines whether you hear the game's audio a little later or earlier.
The default values work for most people, but if you find it isn't for you, you can change it by following these steps:
Optionsmenu, and find the
Universal offsetslider under the
Offset Adjustmentheader. The default value is 0, and you should only change it if needed.
Offset wizardbutton to walk you through setting a new one.
There's many reasons why the game may perform inconsistently, from programs on your computer, to out-of-date drivers, or simply having some settings too high.
Some background processes can fight with osu! for resources and make the game very unpleasant to play.
Try closing some programs that you do not need open while playing the game.
Viruses, spyware, malware or other unwanted software can cause serious performance problems for even high-end computers.
Keep your computer clean and safe and you might notice an improvement.
Very old computers that use even older Intel Integrated graphics chipsets may not be powerful to handle osu! at all, even on the lowest settings.
The only way to deal with this one is to upgrade your computer!
Old drivers can cause serious performance issues. Make sure you keep all of your drivers up to date for everything wherever possible.
Graphics card drivers are particularly important for osu!, as well as sound card drivers.
Connecting too many devices to one port via a splitter can cause input lag which is hard to detect but can seriously throw off your game.
An easy solution to this is to try unplugging your USB hub briefly. If your lag disappears, you know why!
Both windowed and borderless mode introduce a considerable amount of input delay. Fullscreen is optimal for the smoothest gameplay experience.
Sometimes background processes or other applications on your computer can send big requests for resources all at once, which will make your machine struggle.
This usually clears up after closing everything non-essential before playing osu!. Torrenting software is a big culprit for this, especially if it shares space with the drive that osu! is installed on.
Sometimes after a game update, the client may struggle for seemingly no reason.
If you have a lot of beatmaps, please wait at least 10-15 minutes before blaming the lag on the update. The osu! client may be reprocessing your maps to calculate their difficulty.
If it doesn't resolve, a reboot can sometimes help.
This is due to an effect called screen tearing and can be fixed by setting the in-game
Frame limiter option to
This is a completely harmless (albeit ugly!) effect that happens because the game's refresh rate is not synced up with your monitor's refresh rate.
You can also try playing in Windowed or Borderless mode, which will use your operating system's native VSync instead.
Turning on VSync or playing in Windowed or Borderless mode will introduce a slight amount of input lag, unfortunately. For most people, this will not cause significant issue.
Later NVidia graphics cards have a global option in the NVidia Control Panel to set the global refresh rate to a setting called 'Fast', which will also fix this issue.
Ensure that osu! can properly access the internet through any firewall or anti-virus suites you have installed on your computer.
Here are a few ways of allowing applications to have internet access through several common anti-virus suites:
On most Windows installations, Windows Firewall will be the default firewall software.
To make sure osu! can access the internet, we will need to allow it to communicate through Windows Firewall. Here's how to check and add osu! to the program's list:
allow an appinto the search bar within the Start menu.
Allow an app through Windows Firewall. Click it.
okey. The list will scroll down to all applications beginning with 'o'.
Allow another appat the bottom of the panel and search for your osu! installation directory, and choose
Publiccheckboxes are ticked. Click OK to save your settings and try again.
Please consult AVG's official knowledgebase entry on the topic for detailed instructions on how to do this.
Please consult Kaspersky's official help article on adding applications to the Trusted Zone.
Please consult McAffee's official knowledgebase entry on the topic.
We will need extra information from you to help sort this out.
If you are still having issues connecting to our game servers, please submit a support ticket by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The following information will help us resolve your issue quickly:
tracertfor the servers
m1.ppy.sh(see below for instructions)
network.logfile from the
Logsfolder in your osu! installation directory
A trace route will help us detect exactly where the problem is between you and our servers.
You can perform a trace route by opening Command Prompt and running the command
To open the Command Prompt, press and hold the
Windows key and press
R, and then type
cmd and click
OK. For more information, see this Windows knowledgebase article..
You can then type the trace route command into the console. For example, the command
tracert cho.ppy.sh will track how your computer connects to the game server over the internet. Tracing routes takes a little time, sometimes upwards of a minute or more depending on your connection.
We will need the results from a trace route for command for the following servers:
To copy the results of the command, simply click and drag from the bottom of the output all the way to the top so that the information turns white, then right click to instantly copy it to your clipboard.
Resetting osu! back to its default settings will fix this in most cases.
Follow these steps to restore osu! to its default settings:
Shiftkey on your keyboard.
Shift, double click the osu! icon on your desktop.
Shiftuntil you see the osu! recovery dialog prompt.
osu! configurationdialog opens, click the
You will always appear white to yourself on the in-game client. Other users will see your glorious yellowness, though!
This helps to identify your own messages from everyone else's. There is no option to disable it at this time.
The easiest way is to change your frame limiter settings.
To check what your frame limiter is set to, follow these steps:
Optionsmenu or hit
frameinto the quick-search to bring up the frame limiter options.
If your frame limiter is set to Unlimited, you may notice a significant improvement by changing it to one of the other three options.
VSync will run the game at a refresh rate equal to that of your main monitor, whilst
240fps will run the game at 2x and 4x the average refresh rate.
We recommend using
VSync in situations where heat is an issue.
You may also wish to look into utilities that allow you to control the speed of your CPU and GPU fans manually.
Most of the time, this is due to overheating of one or more of your computer's components, usually your graphics card or CPU.
To figure out what is causing this, we recommend you use a GPU/CPU temperature monitor and keep an eye on it as you play osu! in the background. A good choice of program to use for this would be Piriform Speccy.
If you notice either your GPU or CPU temperature exceeding values of 90C or 194F, your computer is running very hot and dangerously close to most automatic shutdown thresholds.
The most common cause of forced restarts after overheating issues is sound card problems, followed by malfunctioning peripherals attached to your computer.
Old sound card drivers or software can cause problems with osu!, but this is not an issue for most people. Try updating your sound card or motherboard drivers.
You may also wish to try removing some of the peripherals attached via USB to your computer, especially if they interact with sound in any way. Headphones or USB sound cards can sometimes cause problems if they or the port they are in begins malfunctioning.
If none of this helps, please send in a support ticket to email@example.com with more information on the issue - including your computer's technical specifications, model (where appropriate) and any other information you think may help us discern the cause of your problem.
This is due to a hardware issue common to most keyboards called ghosting.
Ghosting is a somewhat complex topic, but essentially boils down to issues with the way your keyboard is made that prevent it from sending more than a few keys down at once from certain places on the board.
Most newer keyboards will allow up to 6 keys to be held down at once, albeit in random combinations.
You can test your keyboard's ghosting limits by using Microsoft's Anti-Ghosting utility.
While the Ranking Criteria for osu!mania tries to alleviate the issue of ghosting by not allowing more than 6 notes to be active at any one time, you may encounter this issue if your keyboard is older.
The only true solution is to purchase a keyboard that can support more concurrent keypresses, in that case. You may wish to look for a feature known as n-key rollover (or NKRO). NKRO keyboards do not have issues with ghosting for the most part, but are usually expensive.
The most common cause of this is having your in-game mouse sensitivity set too high.
Jumpy, erratic movement is a prime example of this, particularly if you are using a tablet.
Setting the in-game sensitivity to 1.0x (which is default) will fix this in most cases, but may leave your cursor feeling sluggish. We suggest enabling raw input in the game options and using the drivers for your peripheral of choice to alter sensitivity.
You may also wish to adjust the DPI setting of your mouse, if you are using one. Higher DPI settings provide more accurate positioning to the game client and may smooth out any jitters.
We also suggest ensuring your peripherals are clean and free from dirt or debris. A hair or bit of dust in front of a mouse's optical sensor can do very strange things to the way a cursor moves.
Raw input forces the game to use a cleaner and more direct means to access the information from your peripherals. This generally increases the accuracy of the output from the device.
To enable raw input, follow these steps:
Optionsmenu or hit
rawinto the quick-search to jump straight to the option.
Raw inputradio button.
You can solve this problem by defining a smaller tablet area for your device.
On most Wacom tablets, this is done via the
Mapping tab of the
Wacom Tablet Properties application. An example may be viewed here.
You will need to consult your tablet's manufacturer to find out how to set your tablet area for your particular peripheral.
All osu! branded tablets support raw input by default, and may have their sensitivity easily adjusted on the fly by using the raw input option in game and using the mouse sensitivity slider.
This is usually due to a faulty input device connected to your computer. Try unplugging any controllers or joysticks.
Applications which emulate or change keybindings such as Xpadder or X-Mouse Button Control may also cause these issues. Try disabling them if you use them for other games.
This can also happen due to issues with the numpad keys, as they can be used to scroll the song selection list. Pressing the
NumLock key to disable the numpad and then pressing either
3 on the numpad will fix the issue.
You may also wish to check for any jammed or damaged buttons on your peripherals.
You will need to extract the pack into your Songs directory.
Most beatmap packs come in a
.rar file format, which means they are a compressed archive of beatmap files. You will need to extract them using your utility of choice (we recommend 7-Zip) to your Songs directory first.
Once all of the
.osz files within the pack are in the Songs directory, hitting
F5 at the song selection menu will refresh the game's beatmap cache and load your new songs into the game.
The vast majority of the time, this is due to a high number of tickets coming into our system at once.
You can always send a single reply to your currently-open ticket asking about the state of your case, but make sure not to do this more than once or twice a week.
In rare circumstances, support tickets from chronically offending users may be deliberately ignored, though the team will always tell you when they will no longer be responding to you first. If you have not received a notification like this, you do not need to worry about it!
This can happen if your user page had inappropriate content on it as defined by our community rules.
In such cases, you may open up a ticket with the support team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and discussing your situation with them.
Most of time, you'll be allowed to access and alter your user page again, but users who abuse this amnesty may find themselves unable to edit their userpage at all, so be careful!
If at any point you are in doubt as to whether something is appropriate for a userpage, you may message any of the members of the Global Moderation Team with what you plan to put up and they'll let you know if it's okay.
In the event that another user is harassing you via private messages either on the forums or via the game client itself, there are a few steps that you can take yourself to filter out their messages.
To block a user from sending you messages in-game, simply add them to your ignore list.
You'll no longer see public chat messages from any users on that list, or receive private messages from them.
If you wish to prevent anyone not on your friendslist from sending you private messages, follow the following steps. Please note: moderators are not affected by this functionality and can always PM you. If you feel a moderator is harassing you in spite of this, you should contact our support team.
Optionsmenu button in-game or hit
Control+ O on your keyboard
To naturally hide most public forum posts of a particular user, add them to your Foes list via the UCP.
To delete all incoming forum private messages before they ever arrive, make an automatic filtering rule in the UCP settings.
Add new Rule.
Sender, then click Next.
Never fear, our moderation team will help you out.
If a user is still harassing you via other means, or using their friends or someone else to circumvent your effort to block them, please send us an email at email@example.com.
Make sure to include any chatlogs or other evidence in the email, and our support staff will look into your case and see it sorted for you.
User pages are special profile elements that all players with a supporter tag get access to. They can contain whatever you like - pictures of your achievements, your beatmaps, basically anything you wish!
Players with a supporter tag are given the privilege of editing their very own page for display on their profile for the world to see. User pages may contain anything you like - so long as it follows the community rules!
Even if your supporter tag happens to run out, your user page will remain visible and you will still be able to edit its contents.
No, you do not. We authenticate your account by having you sign in via the game client, so an email is not necessary during the registration process.
If you have trouble connecting via the game client, please check your firewall and anti-virus settings to make sure osu! isn't being blocked.
While having an email isn't required, we do recommend that you associate one with your account, as if you ever lose your password or cannot access your account, your registration email is our first point of contact with you.
Our local search engine can not handle this due to technical limitations, but you can still search using the Google Custom Search bar at the top left of most pages on the site.
Simply type the name of the artist you are searching for into the Google Custom Search bar and Google will do the rest.
You might be looking at your stats for another game mode! The website defaults to showing your scores for the mode you last played.
If you have been inactive for a lengthy period of time and your statistics are shown wrong, simply play a few maps to display them again. Inactive users can have their scores hidden to keep the rankings fresh.
Download in the top bar of any page on the official osu! website.
Alternatively, click here for a direct link to the download page.
If game installer throws errors when attempting to install, you can try few things:
Try to install the 64-bit version of the Microsoft .NET Framework.
This should come with the osu! installer, but in case it doesn't, download it here.
I'm new! in the upper right corner of any page on the osu! website, or visit the page directly through this link.
We do not ask for your email when creating your osu! account, but we do highly suggest you associate your email with your account to ensure it stays safe from daily purges and to keep your account as secure as possible.
If you create your account and do not authenticate it by signing in to the game once, the wayward account will be purged from our databases within a day.
Ensure that you authenticate it soon after make it!
This can happen if you are using a shared internet connection, a proxy, or VPN.
Try using another proxy or VPN provider - if all else fails, send in a support ticket via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not using any of the above, then you will need to send in a support ticket, as your connection has likely been blacklisted in error.
Tor or networks associated with the Tor relay will not connect to the game servers for the most part. This is to avoid malicious use.
You can do this through the in-game editor.
To upload your beatmap, go into the editor and hit
This will make your beatmap available for others to download on the website and create a dedicated thread for discussion. Updating a map is the same process for a map that has already been uploaded.
Each user has a limited number of maps they can simultaneously upload. Leaving a map inactive for a month (by not updating it or not posting in its thread) will send it to the Beatmap Graveyard. To update a graveyarded beatmap, you need to revive it first.
This can happen if the creator of the beatmap is not properly set within the beatmap files.
In the editor, click
File in the menu, then
Open .osu file in Notepad. Check the line
Creator: and make sure that it's set to your exact username, capitalization included.
If it isn't, manually change it for every difficulty in your set, reload the map, and you should be able to submit it.
The number of slots available depends on the number of ranked maps you have.
By default, every user has 2 pending slots. One slot is added for every ranked map the user owns, up to a total of 8 slots. Being a supporter grants 2 additional slots, from 4 (without ranked maps) up to a total of 10.
The team does not take requests to manually delete uploaded beatmaps.
You can delete your beatmap yourself by waiting for it to decay to the beatmap Graveyard, which it will do so after a month without updates.
Once your beatmap is in the Graveyard, you can delete it yourself by clicking the
Delete button that appears next to the beatmap link.
You can use the osu!keyboard configuration utility, available from this link.
Simply extract it to anywhere on your computer, and run the executable!
The rest should be self-explanatory.
If you have any further issues, please feel free to submit a ticket to email@example.com detailing your problem.
This can be due to a few reasons - corrosion between the LEDs and the mainboard, or in certain circumstances with earlier models, faulty LEDs.
To determine if your osu! nono keyboard LEDs are faulty, please undertake the following steps:
Follow these steps to find out:
If an LED that worked in one side works in the other side, that LED is not faulty and is working fine.
If an LED that didn't work in one side also doesn't work in the other side, it is probably faulty. We can issue you some replacement LEDs to fix this, free of charge. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If an LED that worked in one side does not work in the other side, this could suggest that your osu!keyboard's mainboard is faulty. Let us know by sending an email to email@example.com and we'll do our best to hook you up with a replacement.
If both of your LEDs aren't working, they may both be faulty, or your mainboard could be faulty. Check for corrosion first to see before contacting us.
Rubbing the base of the LED connectors with a small square of aluminium foil will remove most of the residue caused from corrosion.
Corrosive residue usually appears to be blackish-grey, or may appear as strange stains on the metal.
Removing this residue may restore your LED to working condition. If it does, you know how to fix it next time!
This can be tricky to troubleshoot since the osu!tablet is a two-unit solution (the tablet and the pen).
Given that the osu!tablet is a two-unit solution (e.g. tablet and pen), it can be difficult to tell which unit is experiencing issues when things go wrong.
To find out, perform the following steps:
Follow these steps to check to see if your tablet device is functioning normally:
If the tablet's light does not flash, try using a different USB cable - the ones included with the tablet can sometimes be damaged during transit or after extensive use.
If your issue still persists and your tablet is a relatively new purchase (within a month old), please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
We can try to help you fix your issue with older tablet purchases, but the natural wear and tear of regular use is not something we cover replacements for.
Follow these steps to check to see if your pen device is functioning normally:
If your tablet unit is functioning properly, placing the pen near the tablet will make the cursor on your screen move.
If this does not occur and you have followed the tablet verification steps listed above this section, then it is possible that your pen is broken or faulty.
If you have damaged your pen via regular use or an accident (such as a high fall or other misuse), we cannot offer you a replacement.
Otherwise, please contact email@example.com for further assistance, and we'll do everything we can to help you.
This is a known issue with one of the very first shipments of the osu!go USB sticks, and comes down to the device not being formatted in a manner that works with all PCs.
Despite how complex this may sound, it's actually very easy to fix.
First off, download the package containing the osu!go default files and save it somewhere on your computer.
Follow these steps to prepare your osu!go device under Windows:
disk managementinto the search bar. This will bring up the
Create and manage hard disk partitionssection of the Control Panel.
This will appear like this in the Disk Management dialog.
To fix this, ensure you have the osu!go device selected, and right click on the RAW partition and select the
Format option. Choose either
exFAT under the
File System dropdown.
exFAT will work with more devices, but is slightly slower.
You will need to partition the device from scratch.
Please follow this guide for details on how to do that.
You're almost done!
Unzip the archive we asked you to download earlier (osu!go.zip) into the osu!go drive and you're done!
If you encounter any issues with this process, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'd be happy to help you out.
Log files are detailed recordings of what the game client is doing at any given point in time. We can use them to help determine what is causing your issue.
These files are extremely handy to have and can make solving even very complicated issues trivial.
If a support team member has asked you for these logs, here's how to get them:
Optionsmenu by clicking the button on the main menu, or hitting
releaseinto the quick-search bar. This will take you to the current release stream your client is using.
Cutting Edge (Experimental). We recommend
Betafor the best chance of stability in this situation.
Options, and click
Open osu! folder.
Logsdirectory in the window that opens.
This typically happens when there are networking issues between you and our servers.
There's a few things we can try to resolve this issue.
This is the most obvious one.
If you've forgotten what your password is, you can use the password recovery page to recover access to your account.
Disabling these before attempting to connect again will likely fix your issue.
Some VPN providers and proxy servers simply do not work with osu! for whatever reason.
We'll need a
network.log file from you to figure out what's going on if neither of the above solutions work.
Check out the article a section above on how to get a log file to send to us.
Rarely, you might need to contact your ISP to inquire about these problems. Certain ISPs have historically had issues connecting to osu!, usually due to poor routing.