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Hi -thanks for your help- attached is the log.
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Hi -thanks for your help- attached is the log
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:whistling:

There's no attachment...

try it again...
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Sorry. Let me try this again.

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I see nothing out of the ordianry. We could try disabling McAfee and Spy Sweeper, but before trying that, let's make sure it's not a problem with your browser.

Are you using your AOL browser or the Internet Explorer browser to look at the videos?

In addition, have you tried using the Mozilla Firefox browser to view the videos? If not, download it and try Mozilla Firefox.
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I installed FireFox, which is very cool, by the way, - but I still got the error code C00D11BB. I disabled Spysweeper and McAfee - still no luck. Also - I was using both AOL and Internet Explorer to try to view them. Thanks again for your time :whistling:

Edited by Angel420Marie, 12 April 2006 - 01:50 PM.

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Give me a link to one of the videos that you are trying to view. I'm gonna see if I can figure out what's going on...or at least figure out a way you can download them and view them from your computer itself, instead of streaming...

Edited by computerwiz12890, 12 April 2006 - 08:05 PM.

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Rename the folder "%USERPROFILE%\local settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows Media\10.0" to something else. This will force Windows Media to recreate the folder when you open an online stream and everything will work fine and dandy... :whistling:
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