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NetFlix freezes up on FireFox 29 when try to run videos


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Addendum;

 

I re-installed FireFox  and uninstalled and re-installed Silverlight onto FireFox.  Tried to run movie but failed like way before.  

 

I went back to Chrome and Netflix.  Did not have to do anything about Silverlight, movie started right up, no problems.  Finished movie.

 

So we are left with Netflix works on Chrome but does not work on Firefox. 

 

I do not believe this is a hardware problem.  Something is not right with Firefox and Netflix.

 

I know many other people are using Netflix on Firefox just fine.

 

I would like to find out why I can't.

 

Any ideas from this point?

 

Thanks


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My apologies for the delay but I am unable to respond until Wednesday evening UK time due to unforeseen circumstances :(  


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Quite all right, Phillpower2, I indeed know that things can interfere with your plans.

 

I hope everything turns out alright.

 

Vernon

 

Take care 


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Hello Vernon,

 

Not ideal from your perspective but you at least now know that it is a FF - Netflix issue, this is not something that I am savvy on so it may be worth asking the question of FF here meanwhile I will take a look online to see if I can find similar incidents.

 

Thank you for understanding btw and all is well, it was a sudden workload that had to be completed in a hurry.


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OK, thanks, I'll check out the Firefox sites but will come back here to see if you might have come accross something that could be useful.

 

Thanks again,

 

Vernon


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I will check back later when I return home and have more time at the computer.


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