How to fix Netflix error code M7034
Here we have shared a couple of troubleshooting steps below that you should try on your PC for once.
1. Disable the ad blocking extension
In case you are using some kind of ad blocking extension in your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browser, make sure to disable that extension first and restart your PC. You can then try to run Netflix and check for the problem.
2. Restart your network connection
Make sure your computer is off. Turn off your router or modem. Unplug the cable from your router and wait a minute or so. Plug the cable back into the router and turn it on. broadcast again.
3. Use the wired internet connection
Unplug the router cable from the PC. Use the wired Ethernet cable directly on your computer. If necessary, configure the required IP address and DNS address details in the Network Adapter settings. Once the internet connection is active on your PC, try checking Netflix.
4. Restore default connection settings
Try resetting the default connection settings on your router. Just log into the router's home page and select Restore Defaults. It will automatically restore the Internet settings to the default mode. This trick mainly works for many network related problems.
5. Improve Wi-Fi signal
Try to place your Wi-Fi router in a new location or in an area free of obstacles to get a stable and strong range of connectivity. You can move your router to the closest location to your PC to get a better Wi-Fi signal. You can also move your router off the floor to receive a wide range of signals without disconnection or slow speed.