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problem w/streaming video and digital rights management

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by jim52369, Jan 25, 2006.

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  1. jim52369

    jim52369 Thread Starter

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    my ability to view vdeo requiring lincense verification
    has been screwed up somehow...
    when i click on the link at the source website to view the video...win media player 10
    automatically comes up and then the license aquisition window appears, but
    before it can complete to keep the process moving along....a script error screen
    appears and kills the process.
    i have done a registry repair, a virus scan, and a spyware scan...and the problem still
    exists...the odd thing is... a couple times a video played...but 48 out of 50 times this
    same problem occured....i just don't get it.
    i'm on win xp service pack 1 and ie 6.
    i have attached a pic of this script error screen for reference and a logfile
    of a scan.
    please help me.. this is driving me nuts !!!!!
     

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  2. gotrootdude

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    Go to this folder: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\DRM

    - Open Explorer to C:\Documents And Settings
    - Click on Tools | Folder Options
    - Click on the View TAB, and select "Show Hidden Files And Folders"
    - Click Ok
    - Click the "All Users" folder
    - Rename the DRM folder to DRMOld

    If the DRM folder still can't be found:
    a. Click on Tools | Folder Options
    b. Click on the View TAB, and Uncheck "Hide Protected operating system files (Recommended)"
    c. Rename the DRM folder to DRMOld
    Note: you can undo the View Options changes outlined in Step (b) if you want.

    Then try again.
     
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