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Unable to watch any Game of Thrones episodes online, (Error 900|3329.412), this just started happening within the last 12 hours.
Using flash 11.6r602 with google chrome. Note it does not work with firefox or internet explorer either using flash 11.1.0 or later.
Edit: S2Ep10 does work, the link follows:
I have the same issue. Yesterday I watched Game of Thrones S02E03 but missed the second half. Today I want back to watch it again and it gives me:
Link to Episode 13 (season 2 Episode 3)
And your right Ipayu, Episode 10 does seem to work.
I dont have access to a TV right now that is why im using my PC. I also dont have a mobil version. Hope they fix it soon.
It apears most episodes are working again. Though laggy at times.
Hello, we are truly sorry for the inconvenience. This issue has been identified, and has been on a rolling fix throughout the day. As of now we believe the issue to mainly be resolved.
Please let us know if you continue to experience this 900|3329.412 error.
Similiar problems to as the rest. The network adverts play perfectly but the actual content cuts out with a Error 900|3329.412 error.
Shows in question are pretty much anything in the shameless series, including ones that worked fine yesterday, with no changes to my machine since. Below is the URL for one that worked before, but doesn't today. This is getting old.
Hello Selere, the specific code message you have called out is related to this thread here and not the same as the rest of the errors captured in this thread.
I'm still having the same issues on any Cable network show. AMC, Showtime, and HBO.
Can you send the exact error message thats displayed along with a link to the specific asset?
I am expriencing the same error trying to watch The Walking Dead, the newest episode. All other episodes play just fine.
Same error occuring for Girls
Same error occuring for Girls
Are you using Internet Explorer? If so, can you try another web browser and see if you get the same error.
This is not a permanent solution but it will help us narrow down your issue.
Please go to www.xfinitytv.com/computer and copy the information you see on-screen and paste it in this thread so we can further assist you.
Also, are any other videos besides Girls giving you this error message?
I'm receiving a similar error when trying to watch Doctor Who - Error 900|3322.318
Here are my system settings:
Ugh!!! Cant watch Game of Thrones
Sorry, we've experienced some difficulty playing your video.
Please refresh this page in your browser to try again.
Make sure that Google Chrome is not in Incognito Mode.
If you have tried the above steps and you are still getting this error message, reset your license store.
Note: Be careful when resetting license files. When you reset license files, Flash Player resets all existing license files for protected content that plays on your computer in Flash Player. You will not be able to access the content in Flash Player from this computer until you have downloaded new licenses from your content provider.
Try using a different web browser and let me know if it works. This is not a permanent solution but it will help us narrow down your issue.
Error occurs on all shows ..(using Mac/Firefox)was working last week.
I see that there were the problems last year according to these posts, is there a solution?
Started happening after Memorial Day using Chrome.
Had happened before, a year or so ago, back then you could install a previous version of Adobe Flash, as the new version was causing the issue.
Adobe flash is the issue again, yet Chrome will no longer recognize previous versions of flash installed on your computer, and there is no way to stop Chrome from updating itself to the new one, even if you install the older version of Chrome.
Chrome is out.
Switched to Firefox, there are no issues.
For safer browsing with Firefox, you can install some ad blocking extensions/add ons to stop them from inserting ads intor your streams.
Disconnect, NoScript are the two I use.
For Xfinity specifically, you have to allow, one particular script, there are a few: Just block all, then unblock one script and refresh to see if the video plays, go through them one at a time, and if one script doesn't allow you to run the video - block it again, its not needed.
I had to allow theplatform.com to watch Xfinity streams, and did not have to allow the rest, and get no inserted ads into my stream.
Good Luck. Sorry Chrome is broken, it happened before, now they have restricted Chrome even more, and there are few work arounds.
Google is based on selling ads, Firefox is not.
I'm getting this ciode as of today.