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Amazon Instant Video Silverlight Content Protection Error On my main Windows 7 Ultimate Desktop I have the latest NVIDIA drivers and the latest version of Silverlight and whenever I try to watch a Stream from Amazon I get error 6036 "Your system does not meet content protection requirements".
It quite clearly does, since I have an MSI N470GTX and a...
Browsers & Mail
Firewall blocks streaming of video content to TV using DLNA I have a Samsung TV and a PC using Windows 7 Ultimate. Both are connected through a home router.
When I enable the built in Windows 7 firewall, I am no longer able to stream content over DLNA from the PC to the TV. If I disable the firewall, everything works. I am using the built in Microsoft...
Google Announcment: Uploaded video content no longer available Source: Uploaded video content no longer available - Google Video Help
More answers on decision:
What's going on with Google Video Uploads? - Google Video Help
This statement in the original quote: Sounds in direct conflict with this one from the more answers link:
Partner Readiness Day Just got this ready for the Win 7 release?
The W-day must be soon after this?
Windows Partner Readiness Day - May 7th, 2009
Partner Blog on 7 There is some interesting writing here. You can read most of the items without being a partner. Look particularly at the blogs (Last item in the centre Window) It gives you a good insight to how the changes have evolved.