Windows 11 Running the Netflix app in Windows 11 - U7361-1254-80072EE2 error

King Mustard

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When I try to play a video, I get a U7361-1254-80072EE2 error.

My computer is fully up-to-date, as is the app, and I have restarted the system.

Do I just need to wait for an app update so the DRM (presumably that is the real issue) works again with Windows 11?

EDIT: Uninstalling the app and reinstalling it fixed it 👍🏻
 


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You do have an account with Netflix?
 


As soon as I googled your fault, I got this - might help? I don't like that reference to a Windows update, though. Maybe Netflix needs some extra help if using Windows 11.
Have you tried anything else in Netflix? Maybe the Windows 11 security is at the back of the problem.
 


As soon as I googled your fault, I got this - might help? I don't like that reference to a Windows update, though. Maybe Netflix needs some extra help if using Windows 11.
Have you tried anything else in Netflix? Maybe the Windows 11 security is at the back of the problem.
I linked to that page in my original post.

My computer was fully up-to-date, as was the app, and I had restarted the system.

Uninstalling the app and reinstalling it fixed it 👍🏻
 


Great. Mark as solved
 


Hi! I am glad that you have corrected this problem. I had a similar situation, but the problem was with my TV provider. I had to work hard to figure out what the problem was. Then I had to look for a reliable TV provider, and I decided to try www.rooomba.tv. So far, I like their services, and I can recommend them to you if you need them. Sometimes such stations, as you can see, the problem is not in the video playback application but in the fact that other applications block them.
 


I see you had issues with Netflix on Windows 11 and got that annoying U7361-1254-80072EE2 error. Bummer! I've faced similar glitches, and sometimes the solution is simpler than we think. Uninstalling and reinstalling the app like you did is usually a good first step. Also, make sure your Windows is updated, and check your network settings – sometimes a VPN or firewall can mess things up.

For streaming fans, if you ever feel like switching it up, check out Hulu's options in Australia at https://onlinetvcast.com/guides/hulu-australia. It’s got some pretty cool stuff too!
 


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