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Windows 7: Unable to use DRM after moving user profile to HDD

09 Sep 2012   #1

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Unable to use DRM after moving user profile to HDD

I have a odd problem with my new win 7 build, I moved my user profile from SSD to HDD and I cannot use netflix.
"Digital Rights Management (DRM) Error
We're sorry, but there is a problem playing protected (DRM) content on your system.
To resolve this problem:
1. Close your browser.
2. Then reopen the browser and try playing again.

Netflix technical support was not able to help.

I have tried removing c:\program data\microsoft\windows\DRM but it did not work.

BTW I have tried to test DRM using other sites like Silverlight DRM Test and I am unable to play DRM protected files however I can play any non DRM files.

Also I never played any DRM protected content before moving my user profile to HDD as it is a brand new build and I moved profile right after creating the PC.

does anyone know any possible solutions to fix my DRM issue?

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