How to Repair Netflix Error M7362 1269

Some users encounter error code M7362 1269 when trying to watch streaming videos from Netflix. This problem usually occurs on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome. This problem seems to occur exclusively on Windows devices.

In this guide, IR Cache will discuss the causes and effective ways to get rid of this constant error message.

What causes Netflix error M7362 1269?

If this error occurs while streaming Netflix in your browser, it means that the information stored in your browser needs to be updated or refined. Old Netflix data may be disrupting your current stream and thus causing error M7362 1269.

Another possible cause of this error is a compatibility problem with one of your browser extensions. Particularly third-party extensions often cause problems with streaming. And this applies not only to Netflix but to all other streaming services.

It usually happens when you use a bookmark in your browser to access Netflix. Instead of typing in the address manually, it’s easier to add the site to your bookmarks with a click. However, if the Netflix site changes, your bookmark will automatically become obsolete, causing problems when you access the same URL.

How to fix Netflix error M7362 1269?


Delete the Netflix cookie

  1. Go to the Netflix Delete Cookies web page.
  2. Click the Login option in the upper right corner.
  3. Use valid credentials to log in to your Netflix account.
  4. That’s it, your cookies will be automatically deleted.

Clear your browser cache

  1. Open your default web browser – the one you usually use to watch Netflix shows or movies.
  2. Press Ctrl + Shift + Delete to open the Clear Browser Data page.
  3. Use the ‘Time Range’ drop-down menu to select ‘All Hours’, check all the boxes there, and click ‘Delete Data’.
  4. Close all current windows and restart your computer. This way, all remaining files will also be deleted.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Check if Netflix streaming is working on your network by going to Netflix.com from your computer.
  2. Reboot your device.
  3. Log out of Netflix on your device.
  4. Restart your home network.
  5. Improve your Wi-Fi signal or connect via Ethernet.

If this error occurs while streaming Netflix on your browser, it means that the information stored in your browser needs to be updated or refined. Old Netflix data may be disrupting your current stream, causing error M7362 1269.

  1. Go to the Netflix Delete Cookies web page.
  2. Click on the Login option in the upper right corner.
  3. Use valid information to log in to your Netflix account.
  4. That's it, your cookies will automatically be deleted.