If you are constantly monitoring the Netflix Error Code NW-3-6 on your computer; sometimes your device may freeze from time to time for a 2nd minus. This is one of the most aggravating errors that normally occur when installing the program when running Netflix.
The cause of this problem is not specific and a number of factors could be at the root of the problem, among which:
- There may be a configuration problem with your ISP or device that may prevent it from contacting the streaming service
- Your device may not be able to connect to the Internet due to a streaming service connection problem.
- Turn off your device
This method removes the Netflix caches stored on your device, which can cause the Netflix NW 3 6 error code, and also lets your device rest for a while. Turn off your device and unplug it for at least one to three minutes. Then turn it on and try Netflix
- Restart your home network
For this step, be sure to leave your Blu-ray player and all your home network equipment disconnected as a group for 30 seconds before reconnecting each device one after the other.
- Turn off or unplug your Blu-ray player.
- Disconnect your modem (and your wireless router, if it is a separate device) from the power supply for 30 seconds.
- Connect your modem and wait until no new LEDs are flashing. If your router is separate from your modem, plug it in and wait until no new LEDs are flashing.
- Turn on your Blu-ray player and try again with Netflix.
- Check the DNS settings on a game console
Your game console network may not be configured or changed recently. Configuring the network settings will allow you to synchronize correctly by solving the NW 3 6 error.
- Using the Xbox Controller, press the Guide button to access the settings.
- Next, go to System Settings
- Next, Network Settings.
- Then network.
- Next, configure the network.
- Then the DNS settings.
- Select Manual to enter the DNS address.
- Restart Xbox for the change to take effect.
- See if Netflix works.
- From the main menu, go to Settings.
- Select Network Settings, then Internet Connection Settings, and then Personal.
- Select the wired or WiFi Internet connection.
- Select Automatic for the IP address setting, then Do not set for the DHCP host name, then Automatic for the DNS setting, then Automatic for the MTU, and finally, Do not use for the proxy server.
- Save the changes.
- See if Netflix works.