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Can't play video--microsoft silverlight

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Can't play video--microsoft silverlight

Hi,

 

I have a Mac computer and am using the most current Firefox. I've uninstalled and reinstalled silverlight repeatedly and have made progress--but am now getting the error message: "We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 525|6013)" when I try to watch a video. I have uninstalled and reinstalled adobe flash player but with no success.

 

What should I do now?

Thanks

 

RD

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Silverlight Issues

Every time my show is about to load, I keep getting this message, "We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 525|6013)." I have already downloaded the newest Silverlight and Firefox and everything is up to date and permissions are enabled. I do not understand what the issue and do not know how to fix it. Please help.

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Re: Can't play video--microsoft silverlight


richard_dohrman wrote:

Hi,

 

I have a Mac computer and am using the most current Firefox. I've uninstalled and reinstalled silverlight repeatedly and have made progress--but am now getting the error message: "We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 525|6013)" when I try to watch a video. I have uninstalled and reinstalled adobe flash player but with no success.

 

What should I do now?

Thanks

 

RD


I want you to uninstall Silverlight again. Once you do, there may still be some hidden files on your Mac with Silverlight files that need to be removed. Try un-hiding all files and see if they appear. Follow the steps below and let me know the results:

 

1) To show hidden files, open the Terminal and enter: 

 

defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES

 

then hit Return/Enter  


2) Navigate to ~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/ and drag the Silverlight folder into your trash
3) Navigate to ~/Library/Preferences/ and drag the com.microsoft.silverlight.plist file to your trash
4) Empty the trash
5) Hide your hidden files again by opening the Terminal and entering:

 

defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles NO

 

then hit Return/Enter 


6) Restart your computer
7) Reinstall Silverlight from here

8) Try watching a video again

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe




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Re: Silverlight Issues

I have uninstalled and reinstalled silverlight numerous times, gone through the various liked forums, and used a multitude of browsers, yet I still receive the exact same "We notice you do not have DRM support enabled for Microsoft Silverlight (Error 525|6013)". I have a mac with version 10.6.8, silverlight 5, the most updated adobe, etc. I do not know what else to do.

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Re: Can't play video--microsoft silverlight

What is the terminal and how are you supposed to do any of the things you just posted?

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Re: Can't play video--microsoft silverlight


d2a66 wrote:

What is the terminal and how are you supposed to do any of the things you just posted?


There is an Application in Macs called Terminals.

 

Open the Finder and then go to:

 

Places > Applications > Utilities > Terminal

 

Thanks,
Joe
XfinityTV.com/Xfinity.com Support
Twitter: @XfinityTVJoe




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