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- Not all error codes are the same though, and in this case, you should start by clearing your browsers stored data.
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The Netflix error code M7363-1260-00000026 is a video-streaming issue. When that error arises, it displays an Oops, something went wrong error message.
The M7363 error often arises for users utilizing Flix within web browsers. Consequently, users can’t watch the Netflix movie streams in their browsers.
How do I fix Netflix error code M7363-1260-00000026?
1. Update your browser
First, make sure that your browser is the latest version.
- To do that in Chrome, click the Customize and Control Google Chrome button.
- Select Help on the menu.
- Click About Google Chrome to open the tab shown directly below.
- Click Relaunch if Chrome updates.
- Mozilla Firefox users can update that browser by clicking the Open menu button in Fox.
- Select Help to open the menu shown directly below.
- Click About Firefox to open the window in the shot directly below.
- Click the Restart to update Firefox button.
2. Clear your browser’s data
Netflix error code M7363-1260-00000026 can be due to corrupted browser data.
- To clear Chrome’s data, press the Ctrl + Shift + Del keyboard shortcut in that browser.
- Select the Cached images, Cookies, and Browsing history options.
- Select the All time option on the Time range drop-down menu.
- Press the Clear data button to erase Chrome’s data.
- In Firefox, type about:preferences#privacy into the browser’s URL bar.
- Click the Clear Data button on the tab that opens.
- Select the Cookies and Cached checkboxes.
- Press the Clear button.
3. Check if you need to free up some hard drive storage
Some users might need to free up some HDD storage on overly full hard drives to make space for Netflix movie streams.
- To do that, click the File Explorer button on Windows 10’s taskbar.
- Click This PC on the left of the window.
- The C: drive icon there shows you how full your HDD is. If your hard drive is almost full, right-click the drive icon and select Properties.
- Click Disk Clean-up to open the utility below.
- Then select most of the Files to delete check boxes.
- Click OK, and select the Delete Files option to confirm.
- In addition, uninstall superfluous software to free up some storage space.
4. Don’t utilize a browser’s incognito mode
5. Set up a new browser profile
Try utilizing your browser with a new profile.
- To do that in Chrome, select the profile button on that browser’s toolbar.
- Click Add to open the window in the shot directly below.
- Enter a title for the new user profile.
- Select a profile image.
- Click the Add button.
- To set up a new Firefox profile, enter about:profiles in that browser’s URL bar and press Return.
- Click Create a New Profile to open the window in the shot directly below.
- Click the Next button.
- Enter a profile title in the text box.
- Click the Finish option.
- Press the Set as default button for the new profile on the about:profiles tab.
6. Reinstall the browser
Reinstalling your browser with a fresh, updated copy might fix Netflix error code M7363-1260-00000026 for some users.
- Right-click the Start button and select to open Run from the Win + X menu.
- To open the uninstaller, type appwiz.cpl in Run’s Open box and press Enter.
- Select your browser.
- Click Uninstall and Yes to remove the selected browser.
- Restart Windows when you’ve uninstalled the browser.
- Open your browser’s website to download the latest version from there.
- Install the browser with the downloaded setup wizard for it.
The fixes above will likely resolve Netflix error code M7363-1260-00000026. However, remember that you can always utilize Windows 10’s Netflix app for video streams as an alternative to browsers.
So, you might not need to fix the M7363-1260-00000026 browser error.
Frequently Asked Questions
While in theory, all browsers can handle streaming media, only a few browsers will deliver the best Netflix streaming performance.
This issue seems to happen because of a conflict between the Netflix required compatibility terms and the terms of Safari. To resolve this issue, simply change your Safari browser to Firefox or Chrome.
Yes, Netflix has different movie and TV Show catalogs base don the country you are watching from. That being said, use a VPN in order to watch foreign Netflix movies.