Netflix is pretty reliable for the most part, but like all apps on your phone and smart TV it’s not immune to the occasional problem. And there can be little more frustrating than settling down for an evening’s viewing only to get an incomprehensible error message that won’t go away. Some problems with Netflix will be because parts of the service have suffered an outage. You can check on the service status through the Netflix website, which will give you an idea if there’s a widespread problem. There are also support pages that can explain what Netflix’s weird codes actually mean. Netflix streaming problems may have one simple solution In a lot of cases it’s likely that whatever device your watching Netflix on needs a reboot. We’d advise you do this first as it really can solve a lot of problems. If you’ve already done that, or you try it and it doesn’t make a difference, then you should try some of the other steps below. Fixing problems with Netflix on your computer There are two ways to watch Netflix on a computer. The first is with a web browser, the second is with a designated app. How you fix… Read full this story
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