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Real Player Error

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Logman, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Logman

    Logman Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I was trying to watch a show on CBS' Innertube and everytime I try to load a show I get this stupid error before eventually it plays the 30 second commercials.

    The error is this
    "Requested file not found. The link you have requested may be outdated or inaccurate."

    then in a little box in the same error window it gives the following link
    "http://www.cbs.com/Common/images/video/disclaimer_nonUS.gif,video,60"

    I've been getting this for every show I try to watch.

    I've been looking around trying to see if anyone else is having the same troubles with Innertube as I am, but so far I haven't found anything. So it sounds like its me, not them that is at fault here.

    So to sum, I try to load a full episode, I get that error popping up, I click OK, then quick 30 second commercials play... and I've waited through 4 or 5 of these commercials before getting the hint that nothing was going to be played.

    appreciate any help I get,

    Geoff
     
  2. Logman

    Logman Thread Starter

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    I've been having similar problems with Innertube and Real Player, will look back to see for possible solutions
     
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    Logman Thread Starter

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    a compaq presario laptop with windows xp

    ive got real player v 10
     
  4. Logman

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    for all the replies...apparently they were lost in translation
     
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