Error code m7111-1331 is an error that can occur when trying to load a website in a web browser. The error occurs because the web browser is unable to connect to the website's server. There are a few potential reasons why this error might occur, such as the website's server being down or the user's internet connection being too weak to load the website. Regardless of the reason, the error code m7111-1331 prevents the website from loading.
Users typically search for a solution by asking about:
- netflix error code m7111-1331
- error code: m7111-1331
1. Restart your computer and try Netflix again
- Close all open programs on your computer.
- Click the "Start" button and then click "Control Panel."
- Double-click the "System" icon and then double-click the "Restart" icon.
- Click "Yes" to restart your computer.
- After your computer restarts, select "Startup Settings" from the "System" menu.
- Click the "Restart" button again.
- Select "Netflix" from the "Shutdown or restart your computer" menu.
- After Netflix loads, select "OK" to close the window.
- Try Netflix again.
2. Update your browser to the latest version
- Open your browser and go to http://www.google.com/chrome
- In the top right corner of the browser, click on the three lines in the icon and select "Settings".
- In the "Settings" menu, click on "Extensions".
- In the "Extensions" menu, click on "Update Chrome".
- In the "Update Chrome" window, click on "Check for updates".
- If there are any updates available, click on "Update now".
- After the update is complete, click on "Finish".
3. Try another browser, such as Chrome or Firefox
- Open the Chrome browser and type "chrome://settings/help" in the address bar.
- Click on the "Advanced" button.
- Under the "Web content" heading, click on the "Settings" button.
- Under the "Network" heading, click on the "Settings" button.
- Under the "Content settings" heading, click on the "Error reporting" button.
- Under the "Errors" heading, click on the "Add a new error" button.
- Under the "Type" heading, type "m7111-1331" and click on the "Add" button.
- Under the "Description" heading, type a brief description of the error and click on the "OK" button.
- Click on the "Apply" button.
- Close the Chrome browser.
4. Clear your browser's cookies and cache
- Click on the "tools" menu and select "Internet Options."
- In the "Internet Options" window, click on the "Privacy" tab.
- Select the "Clear browsing data" button.
- In the "Clear browsing data" window, select the "Cookies" and "Caches" check boxes.
- Click on the "Clear" button.
- Click on the "OK" button.
5. Disable any browser extensions or ad blockers
- Open the "Settings" menu of your browser.
- Click on "Extensions" or "Add-ons".
- In the "Extensions" or "Add-ons" window, select the relevant extension or add-on.
- On the "Disable" tab, click on the "Disable" button.
- Click on the "Restart" button to restart your browser.
- If the extension or add-on is still disabled, try to re-install it from the website from where it was downloaded.
Some users might also have success with:
- Reset your DNS settings.
- Check your internet connection.