Turn off the addons one by one until you find the problematic one.
Thank you, that seems to have done it. It looks like it was the MSN Toolbar. We disabled it, and it doesn't crash now.
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CannotResolveSymbol said:ZippyV said:*snip*
I'd be surprised if that were the problem, as Netflix for Windows Media Center uses Silverlight to play the content.
Is the latest version of Silverlight installed on your PC?
When I installed Netflix for WMC, it went through the process of installing the version of Silverlight it wanted.
I've just signed up for a free trial with Netflix. One of the things available to me is being able to watch movies/TV shows online, through Windows Media Center and Netflix. I really wanted to check this out. So, I selected a short TV show (30 minutes) which can be watched instantly, and tried to watch it. However WMC crashed each and every time I tried. Is this common? Is WMC so unreliable? I'm using a 64-bit version of Vista Ultimate.
IE8, on my wife's PC, is crashing a lot! And doing just simple things, like clicking on links. Clicking a link shouldn't cause the browser to crash. Here's the error captured from the event log:
Log Name: Application
Source: Application Error
Date: 6/26/2009 10:01:55 PM
Event ID: 1000
Task Category: (100)
Faulting application iexplore.exe, version 8.0.6001.18702, time stamp 0x49b3ad2e, faulting module unknown, version 0.0.0.0, time stamp 0x00000000, exception code 0xc0000005, fault offset 0x00000000, process id 0x13f4, application start time 0x01c9f6dac980e52a.
<Provider Name="Application Error" />
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2009-06-27T04:01:55.000Z" />
My wife and I each have an 80 GB Zune. Recently we purchased an iHome ZN9, which is specifically manufactured to work with Zunes. Last night she plugged her Zune into the iHome and we were listening to some of the music on it. She then paused it using the pause button on the iHome, and we went about our business for the rest of the evening. When we came back to the iHome we found that it was impossible to resume the music. It was also impossible to turn off her Zune. We knew that we had to let it totally drain the battery so that she could plug her Zune into the PC and let it recharge today.
What I would like to know is, could this be an issue with the iHome? Or is this a known issue with the Zune?
If you start up Windows Media Center, Netflix is featured prominently in the TV+Video menu.
There's a 24/7 toll-free number listed at http://www.netflix.com/FreeTrialInfo where you can get an answer to your second question.
Thank you, Joechung.
I'm thinking of signing up to use Netflix, with the plan to allow for streaming videos online and watch them on my PC's Windows Media Center (WMC). I've got a few questions about this.
First, what ways are there of getting these streamed videos/movies through WMC to be seen on my PC? What sort of equipment do I need to enable this?
Second, as I understand it, there is a 2 week trial period to use Netflix. Assuming that I sign up for it, is the due date for monthly payment the date after the 2 week trial period ends? Or is it always the same for everyone? (And if it is always the same, what is that day of the month?)
JohnAskew said:RodAtWork said:*snip*
The Xbox360 displays on my HDTV, so I'm not inticed to try WMC in order to watch my Netflix stuff on my smaller computer display - now maybe if I'm traveling with my laptop and have broadband I would use WMC <- Netflix.
There are 3 flavors of Netflix, or are there 4 ?
- I get DVDs in my mail box from a guy who wears a uniform,
- I stream movies on my Xbox360 after using my PC to manage my Netflix account and select from available online movies,
- I can stream movies directly to my TV (never tried this one, probably won't)
- ?? I can stream movies directly to my PC via WMC ?? (never tried this one, might when I travel).
Movies streaming on the Xbox look great.
I don't have a Xbox 360, or any other game console. I also don't have a HDTV, and aren't likely to get one anytime soon, unless someone else is willing to buy me one (just not in my budget). The idea of being able to watch movies and TV episodes via WMC really intrigues me, but I would also like to watch it via WMC on my 10 year old TV. I hope that's possible, somehow.
Here's a little more information. IE8 generated a 1002 error in the event log, with the following text:
The program iexplore.exe version 8.0.6001.18702 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed.
I'm using Windows Vista Ultimate, 64-bit version.
I've noticed that if I go to a page in IE8, that is linked to in one of my RSS feeds, then IE8 sees to be locking up tighten than a drum.
Why is that?