On the screen it will ask you if you want to reset the app. (It may work for you, it didn’t for me.) Restart your router and your modem.Then after they are back online, delete the Netflix app and then immediately delete the Netflix cache which is found Game Netflix After you have done those steps download Netflix again and you will have to enter your email and password and sign in again.I'm sure Sony do all they can to mitigate the risks, though.If I'm not mistaken, turning the PS3 off during a firmware update will pause the update and let it continue next time you turn it on - not sure if it would behave the same way during a power loss, though...Regardless of what Netflix tech support will tell you this is a problem with their app and not your Playstation 3,.I have finally found a solution that seems to work as a work around solution until they update the app.( Again, It may work for you, it didn’t for me.) Assuming those solutions above didn’t work, this probably will but I saved it for last because it is a work around.
Basically it is similar to the last step above, but when you delete the Netflix app and clear cache this time youbecause that update is causing the error.This page covers it briefly: basically, modern HD technology has failsafes that weren't around in the old days.Realistically, that risk now is just to your saved games.If this guide solved your problem please take a second to like on Facebook or leave a comment to let me know it helped.Thanks Final message to Netflix: Please update your app and also please tell your tech support about this issue because they do not know.