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Silverlight DRM eror 6013

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Silverlight DRM eror 6013

We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 6013).

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Re: Silverlight DRM eror 6013


cbanyai wrote:

We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 6013).


Error 6013 is a Microsoft Silverlight Error:

'The user's HW configuration has changed in a significant way and the DRM state is no longer valid.'

 

Give this a try:

-Close your browser

-Locate this file on your computer:
"C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\PlayReady\mspr.hds"

- Rename that file FROM mspr.hds TO mspr.hds.old

-Try playing the asset again

 

Thanks,
Tony

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I was in the middle of watching a movie on my windows XP pc when I received the message "you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 6013)" I checked and the box was enabled so I uninstalled silverlight and reinstalled... but the problem continues.

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