- If you see the network connection error on Hulu, then you will not be able to use the service normally.
- To start fixing this issue, unplug the internet router and PC, and remove the Hulu cache files.
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Some Hulu users might encounter that error, or similar ones, that can often be a network connection or app incompatibility issues.
How can I fix a network connection error on Hulu?
1. Unplug the internet router and PC
- First, try unplugging your internet router and PC when the Hulu loading error arises. Shut down your PC, and unplug it.
- Then turn off and unplug your router, and wait for about five minutes.
- Plug the router back in, and turn it on.
- Then restart your desktop or laptop.
- Launch the Hulu app again.
2. Clear the Hulu app’s cache
- The Hulu app might have corrupted cache data. To clear the cache for the UWP Hulu app, press the Windows key + S keyboard key.
- Type app in the text box, and click Apps & features within the search utility.
- Then select the Hulu app listed.
- Click Advanced options to open further settings.
- Press the Reset button.
- Click Reset again to confirm.
3. Update Hulu
- If your Hulu app needs updating, updating it might be a potential fix for its loading error. To update the UWP Hulu app, click Microsoft Store on Windows 10’s Start menu.
- Click See more to open MS Store’s menu.
- Click Downloads and updates to open the options shown directly below.
- Then click Get updates to download available app updates.
4. Update Windows
- Hulu loading errors can be due to incompatibility issues with older device software. To ensure Windows 10 is fully updated, type updates in its search utility.
- Click Check for updates to open the Windows Update tab in Settings.
- If a Windows 10 build is available, click Download and install to update the platform version.
- If there isn’t a new build version available, click Check for updates to download and install available patches.
5. Disable VPNs
- VPNs don’t mix so well with Hulu as they can generate connection incompatibility. To disable a VPN, press the Windows and R keys at the same time to launch Run.
- Input ncpa.cpl in the Open box, and click the OK option.
- Right-click your VPN connection and select the Disable option for it.
- Then try opening Hulu without the VPN connection.
6. Reactive streaming device
- Reactivating your streaming device might kick-start Hulu’s streaming. To do that, open the Hulu website in a browser.
- Log in to Hulu if required.
- Move the cursor over your user profile at the top right of the window to select Account.
- Click Manage Devices to open a list of your Hulu devices.
- Click Remove to delete devices listed there.
- Thereafter, you can reactive a removed device by adding the activation code in the Add Device box.
7. Reinstall Hulu
- Try reinstalling the Hulu UWP app. Open the search utility in Windows 10.
- Input the keyword app in the Type here to search box.
- Click Apps & features to open the window shown in the snapshot directly below.
- Select the Hulu app, and click its Uninstall button.
- Restart Windows after uninstalling the Hulu app.
- Click Get on Hulu’s MS Store page to reinstall the latest app.
Those are some of the potential fixes for generic Hulu loading errors that might kick-start the app. The resolutions above can fix numerous Hulu loading issues, such as the aforementioned error 94 among others.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hulu not connecting to your WiFi is caused either by a faulty internet connection, or your router might not be fast enough. Check out our list of routers that offer great speeds on Hulu.
If you get the error message Hulu is no longer supported, then it means that Hulu has discontinued their service on the type of device you’re using.
Yes, Samsung is no longer on the supported devices list for Hulu.