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History of Netflix
Netflix is the largest streaming service in the world right now, but it started out as a DVD shipping company. Now, Netflix is responsible for the consumption of around 15% of the world’s bandwidth.
Netflix was founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in a small California city called Scotts Valley in Santa Cruz. As they were co-workers, they exchanged start-up ideas every single day. Japan recently launched DVDs, which sparked the idea in their minds.
Over the years, Netflix has seen its fair share of ups and downs, but it has maintained a steady place in the world.
What Are Netflix Errors?
Similar to any other technology, Netflix runs into issues at times as well. While most of the issues are internal, and you can’t do anything about them, there are some errors that need manual troubleshooting.
Here are some of the most common Netflix error codes:
- Netflix Error Code 11800
- Netflix Error Code M7111-1331
- Netflix Error Code F7111-5059
- Netflix Error Code 10013
- Netflix Error Code AVF:11800;OS:42800;
- Netflix Error Code UI-800-3
- Netflix Error Code 10023-10008
- Netflix Error Code 10025 or 30103
- Netflix Error Code NW-2-5
- Unexpected Error on Netflix
- Netflix Error Code 118119
- Netflix Error Code 1001 and 0-1157
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