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The Sky HD box does not support Netflix streaming. You will need a streaming device such as the roku. There are several streaming devices offered. Do a web search for streaming devices. The signal for Netflix and other streaming channels is downloaded from the internet. Once you have a streaming device, you will go on line to Netflix .com to activate your account on your streaming device.
To stream on Netflix your Netflix account has to be set up to stream.
For Netlix user's your account would be either streaming OR playing DVDs, not both.
If your Netflix is set up to stream, you may need to download Microsoft Silverlight which is free and availble from Microsoft.
Be sure to download the latest version of Silverlight.
You will also need to open Netflix.com and create an account on your computer.
Close netflix and reopen after creating account then login.
Then check your account for streaming or DVD playing.
Depending on why kind of TV you have to watch a movie you will need to connect to the TV with an HDMI cable.
To watch Netflix you need a (Netflix subscription of course) and a Smart TV with the Netflix app running or if you have an older TV you will need a streaming device like Amazon Fire TV http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GDQ0RMG?ref_=ods_gw_d_h1_tv_montoya_dualUR
which plugs into your HDMI port to access Netflix via a wireless internet connection. The setup is pretty easy. Hope this is helpful.
Error: Cannot Connect to NetflixThe following error messages indicate an interrupted connection to Netflix:Cannot Connect to NetflixCannot reach Netflix.comNetflix is Not AvailableNetflix is UnavailableUnable to Connect to NetflixAndroid Error: Connection FailedMost connection problems that prevent streaming occur on the device itself, or on the home network. In a nutshell, we will have you test the Internet connection on the device, log out and back into Netflix, restart your device, and restart your home network equipment. .