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Your probably using IE, just switch to Firefox. Make sure you have all the appropriate codex installed (I use the klite pack which you can download for free), and depending on the site you may also have to disable pop-ups.
This is the main reason you don't want to use IE, to get the same functionality you would need to set security low and make the movie site a "trusted" site. But that is really dangerous and has to be done on every site you visit. You won't make it through one movie without getting infected with something on IE.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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