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I have been having the same problem....no issue until like midnight last night. Hoping this is fixed sooner rather than later as our home cable is having issues so this was the only option we had avail until they get it fixed!!
None of the videos will play, regardless of what station they're playing from. Started receiving the 900|106000 error code no matter how many times I hit refresh. I use Google Chrome, disabled ad-blocking software, reset the licenses---nothing works.
Well, except the ads. You're still oddly good at making sure a show's air-time is more commercial than content.
We are logged in with two seperate accounts through our pc. We watch shows every day never had an issue.. this started yesterday nothing plays.. no shows whatsoever. We had our IT guy come in and try to fix it and he couldn't. Doesnt work on Explorer, or chrome, or firefox...
remove flash player and reinstall an older version of flash player.
flash player 126.96.36.199 worked for me!
Thanks cknight82! It worked just as he said. I usually watch on chrome, but went to firefox and used that adobe flash player version he wrote. Now all of the programs are able to be watched. Thanks again!
I knew it! I contacted comcast via live chat and a very nice lady refreshed my user name and finally my show on Xfinity to Go worked........ then tried to watch another show....... same error: 900/106000! Tried to do another chat and got someone else who didn't know what they were doing....... then googled ........ find this forum with solution!
I WANT TO PERSONALLY THANK cknight82 FOR GIVE GREAT ADVICE....... NOW MY SHOWS WORK! aLL OF THEM!
Thank you cknight82!
i just switched my mac from Chrome to safari and now it's working. My boyfriend switched his dell computer from Chrome to Explorer and his is working. I have no explanation to why this worked, but it did for us !
This same issue continues. Just talked with a Comcast support tech and he acknowledged this as a national issue that Comcast is working on. It is really burdensome on those of us who travel as we rely on the on-demand internet service for programming content. It would be really helpful if Comcast: 1) would acknowledge this problem; 2) provide an estimate for its resolution. It seems to me that this is an acid test for Comcast senior executive management team... and putting their customers first....
First posted on this 2 days ago. Still nothing. Same deal, all browsers - not even any ads now. Beginning to seem like online streaming is a key feature when they're selling Comcast, but not so key when they're servicing it.
No. The issue remains. I've reached out to the executive managment team at comcast and they are reportedly working on a solution and a representative has pledged to get back within 24 hrs from this afternoon... thanks.
It's appoaching 1m here West Coast time. Have not heard back from Comcast as yet. I did find a workaround that doesn't make a bunch of sense, but it works....
So start a video on live streaming TV (for example I went to Fox news). Then open another session simultaneously (I went to HBO game of thrones) and, after a small delay, the HBO show began playing (and the live session automatically discontinues). Not an elegant solution but it seems to work until there is a solution from Comcast.
As indicated earlier, this appears to be a compatibility issue with the lastest Flash updates. Earlier versions of Flash works as I have tested on other computers within my house that have an older version of Flash. Which is good for most browsers but not if are using a browser like Chrome that manages the plugins automatically. There is no simple way to revert back to an older version of the Chrome Flash plugin. Flash version 188.8.131.52 works and Flash version 184.108.40.206 does not. Version 220.127.116.11 was released on May 12, 2015.
In my view, these flash updates are for bonifide business reasons, including responding to security vulnerabilities. If one reverts to a prior version, you're on your own regarding repercussions from bad things happening (bug getting into your machine). Try my suggestion: start a live broadcast on exfinity, then open the on-demand show/movie you want to watch in a simultaneous window. My current experience is the live broadcast ends automatically while the on-demand program continues streaming. This is a reasonable approach in that one does not have to monkey with different browsers, software versions that are out-of-date and may engender security/operational risks.... just saying.... Thanks.
same error here its been happening for 3-4 days now 900/106000 error
ads work just fine no tv shows on my pc
game of thrones etc
i've called twice both times spoke to idio!!
are u logged in as the right user i'm like come on don't start that crapp
i've reset licensing, browser history i think it's the update from adobe flash
Brilliant, jimdandy! This also worked for me for Travel channel Dead Files. I will use this until Comcast fixes since I don't want to revert to an older version of Flash. THANK YOU!!!
Although the workaround seems to work it is crazy that you need a work around. It is also a work around that the average person would not think of and may not be the work around that works the next time we have an incompatible Flash update. Xfinity should test and validate with the latest version of FLash on at least the main 3-4 browsers to ensure compatibility, if they are going to use Flash as the display technology.
Over the last week I started watching from HBO Go, AMC, CBS and Hulu directly after trying all the suggested fixes with no success. Last night, I tried use Xfinity again and it works like normal with no 900|106000 errors. Normal still has numerous issues like NBC and BBC showa starting one segment back after a commercial break.
Yes, it appears the issue has been resolved, at least in the area I'm in (Chandler, Az); Xfinity on demand works with my standard Chrome browser (with all current updates)... Thanks.