How To Fix Playstation 3 Error Code 80710a06?

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  • According to our research, the error code 80710a06 occurs with the PlayStation 3 when users try to connect to the PSN service, or if they try to visit any web page. The error says, “The page cannot be displayed (80710a06)”.
  • This error is very common if you are trying to access most of the newer websites of nowadays. The reason behind the error is PS3’s internet browser, it’s very old and doesn’t support most of the nowadays modern websites. And very sadly there is no workaround for it. 
  • In some cases, the error can also mean that there is something wrong with your network settings which needs to be fixed, in order to bypass the error.

Playstation 3 Error Code 80710a06

Fixes For Playstation 3 Error Code 80710a06


Fix 1: Restart The Router And Device

The first thing you can try is to reset your router and device. If the error is coming because of some temporary glitch then this may help you with the error.

  • Power off your router and device.
  • Make sure to disconnect your router and device from the power source.
  • Then wait for around 5 minutes.
  • Then reconnect your device and router to the power source.
  • Then power on your router and device one by one.
  • Then check if the error continues.
Playstation 3 Error Code 80710a06

Fix 2: Use The Manual DNS

If the error continues then try using manual DNS for your PS3 console. If you don’t know how to do this then you can follow the steps given below.

  • Go to Settings.
  • Then go to Network Settings.
  • Then choose Internet Connection Settings.
  • Then choose OK.
  • Then choose Custom.
  • Then as per your current connection types choose between Wireless and Wired connection, 
  • Then choose Manual.
  • Then for Primary DNS enter 8.8.8.8.
  • Then for secondary DNS enter 8.8.4.4.
  • Once you are done with entering both the DNS, then choose Update.
  • Then keep skipping all the remainder of the setup tasks, and press ‘X‘ to save the DNS settings.
  • Then next choose to test your connection.
  • Then check if the error continues.

Fix 3: Are You Trying To Access A Website?

If you are having this error while accessing any website then this may indicate a browser incapability issue. To verify that we will suggest you to try accessing some other website.

If you are having the error with some specific websites then you can try to access those websites by using http instead of https, but if the error still appears then this may mean that your console’s old browser has incompatibility issues with the modern website, and there is nothing you can do.


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