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4OD stuck on 'loading content'


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#1 Burtdaboy

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Posted 29 November 2009 - 10:45 AM

Hi all,

On BC's advice I have recently installed Sunbelt Personal Firewall (and uninstalled Kapersky Internet Security).

Since then neither two laptops I own (one XP, one Vista) can get a 4OD video to play in Firefox. I have

It remains on 'Loading Content...' forever.

I don't know much about Firewalls or Sunbelt in particular. In Sunbelt, under Network Security, for 'Any Other Application' I have:

Trusted: In = Ask, Out = Permit
Internet: In = Deny, Out = Permit

Any help would be appreciated. I understand it might not be the Firewall but 4OD worked fine before installation.

Thanks!

Burt

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#2 Burtdaboy

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 09:16 AM

Hi,

So I guess nobody has any helpful hints?

Maybe people don't know what 4OD is? It's the UK TV channel 4's 'watch online' service here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/peep-show/4od

Update: I got 4OD working on my XP laptop by disabling Sunbelt and trying to watch a video again. I then turned Sunbelt back on and it kept playing. Unfortunetaly the laptop crashed after a few minutes.

I've tried the same thing on my Vista laptop to no avail.

Any help would be really great.

Burt

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 12:36 PM

Have you thought of trying a different firewall?




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