Error code 3336 is an error that can occur when trying to install or update a game or application. This error can be caused by a number of things, but is most commonly caused by a corrupt or incomplete installation file. This error can also be caused by a conflict between the game or application and another program on your computer.
1. Update your drivers and software
- Expand the Network Adapters category
- Right-click on the network adapter that is giving you 3336 error and select Properties
- On the Driver tab, click on the Update Driver button
- Browse to the location of the latest driver for the network adapter and click on the Update Driver button
- If prompted, reboot your computer
2. Try a different USB port or cable
- Check to see if the device is plugged into the correct USB port.
- Try a different USB cable.
- Check to see if the device is properly connected to the computer.
3. Disable any security software temporarily
- Open Windows Control Panel
- Under System and Security, click on the Security and Maintenance tab
- Under Security Options, click on the Advanced tab
- In the Security Settings Properties dialog box, click on the OK button
- In the Security Settings dialog box, select the Disable all security features check box
- Click on the OK button to apply the changes
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Restart your computer and try again.
- Check if your computer is running low on disk space.
- Check if your computer meets the minimum system requirements for the software.
- Try reinstalling the software.
- Contact the software developer or support for assistance.