1. Scienceguy Labs's Avatar
    I have Netflix installed on one PC, one laptop, and 4 tablets. None of them are enrolled in the Insider program. They have always been running whatever current version MS has released. Every single one of them experience the exact same problem with Netflix. When I open the app, everything loads properly. However, when I click on a title to watch, I always get a "Whoops, something went wrong..." message. So, I click the back arrow, then click the title again. It always plays correctly after I click the title for the second time. This happens on every W10 device I have...every time I launch Netflix. It also happens when one episode ends and the app starts the next episode. I've uninstalled and reinstalled numerous times. Nothing fixes the issue.
    Is anyone else experiencing this?
    Does anyone know a fix?

    Thanks.
    07-15-2017 11:46 PM
  2. kaktus1389's Avatar
    I have similar issue with my 2-in-1. On my desktop PC it works flawlessly though. No idea about any fixes since now when I have an extra display at home I just get my 950 connected to the display via Continuum and watch Netflix that way.
    07-16-2017 02:39 AM

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