How to Troubleshoot Netflix Error Code T1 on Windows 10 PC

Imagine this: you’ve just launched the Netflix app on your Windows 10 computer to watch a new episode of your favorite show. Surprisingly, a black screen appears with the error message “Sorry, we encountered a problem communicating with Netflix” and the error code T1.

What does this error mean? How do I remove it from the screen? Of course, you want to know the answers, and we will help you solve the Netflix T1 error in this techquack article.

What causes Netflix’s T1 error code?

  • TCP/IP mismatch: depending on your network device and ISP, this problem can also be caused by a TCP or IP problem caused by dynamic IP assignment.
  • A bottleneck in your internet connection: If you are trying to force 4k playback over a Wi-Fi connection that just isn’t capable of doing so, you can expect this error code.
  • Conflicting temporary data: It turns out that you can expect this error in cases where the problem is caused by temporary data recorded by the UWP version of the Netflix app.
  • UWP Application Disruption: If this problem occurs on Windows 10, you may also encounter a strange glitch that is currently affecting some insider users.

How to fix the Netflix T1 error code?

Troubleshoot the network settings

  1. Open the settings with the Win + I key combination as an administrator.
  2. Select Network and Internet.
  3. In the left pane, select Status.
  4. Scroll down and you will see Reset Network at the bottom. Click on this option.
  5. After resetting the connection, add your WiFi network again.
  6. Now check to see if your Netflix is working properly or not.

Restart your computer

  1. Display the Start menu.
  2. Click on the Energy option.
  3. Select Refresh and reboot.

Turn off VPN

  1. Open the settings with the Win + I key combination.
  2. Select Network and Internet.
  3. Select VPN in the left pane.
  4. Disable all VPNs you use.
  5. Now select Proxy in the left pane.
  6. Disable any existing automatic or manual proxy servers.

Configure your date and time settings

  1. Go to the Start menu and click on the Settings field. (Keyboard shortcut: Win + I).
  2. Select Time and Language.
  3. In the Date and Time section (select it on the left side of the window), make sure that the Set Time automatically and Set Time Zone automatically switches are enabled.
  4. You should also make sure that your clock is synchronized with the Windows time server.
  5. Under Clock Synchronization, click Synchronize Now.

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