If you have the Netflix error code M7111-1101 (error code: m7111-1931-404) with a friendly warning:
According to the streaming service, it refers to a problem of network connectivity that blocks access to the Netflix service from your personal computer.
We offers some generic fixes, #1-#3 below.
Solution #1 (Try Clearing The Netflix cookie out of your internet browser)
- Head over to netflix.com/clearcookies to remove the Netflix cookie: you’ll be signed out.
- Then navigate to the Sign In page and re-enter your Netflix login credentials.
- Check if the error is cleared.
Solution #2 (Try Updating Google Chrome)
- Navigate to the Menu icon in the upper right corner of your web browser.
- Choose Help.
- Choose About Google Chrome.
- Chrome will show the present version and will automatically install any available Chrome updates.
- Then choose relaunch to finish the update.
- Try Netflix again to see if the error is gone.
Solution #3 (Try restarting your home network)
- Switch off your device.
- Disconnect your modem and router and then wait for half a minute
- Next, plug in your modem and hold back until no new indicator lights are blinking on.
- Connect your router and hold back until no new indicator lights are blinking on.
- Switch on your device and try Netflix again.
Solution #4 (VeeHD)
We found some people saying that this error can also be generated by the VeeHD extension.
If everything else fails, contact customer support from Netflix. The good thing about paid services is that if the service stops working, you can expect quality technical assistance.
Common Fixes For Slow loading, Buffering, Pixelation Issues On Netflix
DigitalTrends has a useful video for fixing common problems with Netflix connectivity. The video creator asks whether you receive Netflix’s best video quality at the moment. Occasionally, she says, due to fluctuations in network use and potential service throttling, it’s difficult to tell.
There are many things that can weaken your streaming shows’ caliber or even worse buffering triggers.
Consider the most typical problems: First, log into your Netflix.com user account and check the video quality settings you selected on the Netflix homepage.
Normally, the automatic setting works perfectly, but if you mainly view streaming content on your HDTV, you can also manually modify the video quality.
Alternatively, if you watch Netflix on mobile data networks, selecting a reduced quality setting can be a wise decision to avoid exceeding data caps and paying for costly excesses.