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Error message 900|106000

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Error message 900|106000

I am receiving the below error message when I try to view a video on PC




Sorry, we’ve experienced some difficulty playing Game of Thrones S5|E6 "Game of Thrones 46 (HBO)".Please refresh this page in your browser to continue where you left off.



The above is happeing to other videos I try to see:


Sorry, we’ve experienced some difficulty playing Penny Dreadful S2|E3 "Penny Dreadful: The Nightcomers".

Please refresh this page in your browser to continue where you left off.900|106000

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Re: Error message 900|106000

I've had the same problem for a week now on multiple computers.  IE plays the video but I need Chrome to work for Chromecast.


I have tried Chrome and Flash update, resetting Chrome settings, removing and reinstalling Chrome, changing Chrome flags.


My Device Information


My Zip Code:30189My Cable Provider:Comcast North Cobb Broadband DigitalUse Dac:FalseMy Conroller ID:153My Map ID:127My Persona ID:1My myDVR Manager Status:ActivatedMy Set Top Box Names:Living RoomMy Watchlist setup:TrueFacebook Watchlist Syncing:FalseFacebook Connect:FalseMy public IP address: operating system:Windows - UndefinedMy web browser:Chrome 42 - Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, Like Gecko) Chrome/42.0.2311.152 Safari/537.36My system type: Desktop Computer Or Other DeviceMy Silverlight version:5.1.30514.0My Flash version:17.0.0Javascript:Enabled Cookies:Enabled (1576 Bytes).

Time Information


My Clock Time:Mon May 18 2015 19:00:25 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)Server Clock Time:Mon May 18 2015 19:00:15 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

My Account Information


In Home Authenticated:FalsePrimary Account:TrueProvider Codes:S, Jt, Gt, Du, Cy, Fk, Ep, Eq, Hc, Dm, Cq, Dd, Hb, Eu, Ey, Ee, Fm, U, Gz, Fc, Eh, Bt, Gi, Ja, Bw, Jg, Gf, Bu, By, Bs, At, Em, Bl, Ix, Gd, Fo, Bp, Gw, Gr, Iy, K, Dg, Dt, Bn, Ha, Bi, Bj, Ce, It, Ez, Dx, Gk, Fh, Ef, Fd, Do, Fy, Jo, Ju, Is, Au, Ew, Ed, B, Go, Dj, De, H, Fa, Ci, A, Fx, Gq, Cp, Jf, Cw, Ge, Ea, Cb, E, Eb, Bz, Jj, Co, Jr, Gh, Jc, Gn, Dp, Gg, Gl, Dh, F, M, En, Gp, Fi, Cd, Cf, Fb, Ar, Cg, Df, Cu, Ir, Jq, Ia, Cr, C, Br, Fe, N, Ex, Jv, Ga, Fw, Fz, O, Bx, Dw, Bb, Bc, Fn, Ff, Jm, Dv, Fs, Ct, Cs, Et, Cv, Gv, Fr, Db, Dr, Bm, Jb, Gm, Bk, Er, Fv, Dy, Cj, Bo, Dn, Ft, El, Bq, G, Jk, Aw, Je, Dc, Jl, Dl, Jw, Jn, Da, Im, Iz, Fq, Fl, Gs, Bv, Di, Fu, Cx, Dk, Dq, Fg, Cm, Fp, Ds, Eo, Gx, D, Y, Es, Gj, Ev, Ht, Gc, Fj, Cn, Ch, Gb, Eg, Cc, JiInternet Subscriber:TrueCable TV Subscriber:TrueVoice Subscriber:True

New Poster

Re: Error message 900|106000

I may have found the fix.  Someone else try this.


Chrome-Settings-Advanced-Privacy-Content settings-Unsandboxed plugin access and change to Allow all sites or add xfinity site to the list of exceptions.


Playback works for me suddenly unless Comcast also just changed something.

Regular Visitor

Re: Error message 900|106000

Hey paulmooney.


I made the changes to Chrome-Settings-Advanced-Privacy-Content settings-Unsandboxed plugin access, and on-line videos are playing now.


Thanks "IT WORKED"

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