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Steaming & Downloaded Video Error COOD277F?

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#1 Johnz414


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Posted 30 June 2005 - 01:48 PM


I've followed all the links on information for when licensing seems to be the issue for video streaming and downloads not working. Deleting the files in the DRM folder and then going to a site to download updated files for the DRM folder only to find an inactive download link there every time I go there to updating the files for the DRM folder. Extremely frustrating stuff. It's been over a month or two that I've been able to stream and/or watch downloaded video material. Does anyone have some familiarity with this issue that they could help out here? Is there a way to get the update link to become active. Is there another way to update the DRM folder files other than this dead link? Anyway to get license to be reinstalled? Anyway to get srteaming and downloadd video material to work again? Anything? Anyone. Thank you.


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Edited by Johnz414, 30 June 2005 - 01:50 PM.


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Posted 30 June 2005 - 07:53 PM

Are you just clicking on a video link on a website or doing something else? Using IE?

What happens f you download a video file and then click on it using WINDOWS explorer, not Internet Exp[lorer?

What is the default program on your computer for video files?

If you are using Real Player as the default try Windows Media Player or vice versa.

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