Hulu error codes 3343, 3322, 3336, 3307, 2203, 3321, 0326, all are associated to protected content and the subsequent error message looks something like this:
Error code: 2203 There was an error playing this protected content.
Generally, they are triggered when a user is trying to stream protected content on a device that doesn’t support it. However, in some instances, they can also be caused due to a temporary glitch. Here are some common problems that may be causing the error.
If the problem lies at your end, here are a couple of solutions you can apply to resolve it easily. We have laid out everything in simple terms to make it comprehensible for everyone. Most of the times, this error is caused to internet connectivity issues so let’s start from there.
Now that you know what’s causing Hulu protected content errors, read on for a list of fixes you can try and get back to streaming in no time.
Use HDMI Connection
Hulu protected errors are caused if you’re using a VGA cable for monitor connection. Use an HDMI cable instead or try using a different monitor to see if it fixes the problem.
Disconnect Multiple Monitors
Generally, you shouldn’t be having any problems if you have multiple monitors connected for Hulu. However on an unfortunate day, you may end up getting either of the Hulu protected error codes. In such an instance, you can simply fix it by disconnecting other monitors. If you find it necessary to use multiple monitors then try using a different cable and make sure that both monitors are connected with an HDMI cable and not with a VGA cable.
Fix Browser Issues
There are a couple things you could try to fix browser related issues that may be causing the error.
If you’re using Chrome browser:
Wake your PC from Sleeping Mode
This error may also pop up in case your PC goes into sleep mode while you were streaming a video. If that’s the case with you then simply refresh Hulu and to get rid of the error.