Fixing Blutooth Speaker Forcing Netflix To Buffer in Surface Pro 2

Problem:-

I have bought a Bluetooth speaker.I always find in Netflix I’m not able to watch more then a minute at a time before it has to buffer again.If I turn off Bluetooth  there is no problem.

Cause:-

If there is an interference  Bluetooth and WiFi it may happen.

Resolution:-

Connecting to 5GHz WiFi band resolves such problem.

Workaround to fix new profile issue of Netflix in Windows Media Center

On 1st August,Netflix launched profile support-“Netflix members can create a separate “profile” for each member of their household, who will each see a uniquely personalized experience based upon their individual watching habits, their personal favorite shows, and favorite genres, all driven by Netflix recommendation technology. Each account can have up to five profiles…”

When users try this on Windows Media Center they experience the following error message:-

Neither Microsoft nor Netflix seem to want to claim responsibility for it.

A workaround to fix this issue:-

“If all of the profiles except for the main one, which can’t be deleted, are removed then Windows Media Center will work the way it did before. You could call this a solution if the Netflix Windows Media Center plugin is the only way you consume Netflix, but if you’re looking to use the new profile support across multiple devices you’re still stuck.”

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Remember in Windows 8.1 the whole thing is still in the dark-may be as it’s a preview build.

20% of Netflix subscribers cancelled TV subscriptions

A full 20% of Netflix subscribers have reported that they’ve cancelled their pay-TV subscriptions, according to the latest study from Cowen and Co on the subject.

eMarketer says that this raises the question as to whether more Netflix subscribers could soon become cord-cutters.

To put it in perspective, nearly three-quarters of Netflix subscribers in the US still kept their cable, satellite or telecom pay-TV subscriptions
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Fixing Error code MS2103

Problem:-
I am getting MS2103 error while playing Netflix Player.How shall I fix it?

Resolution:-

Delete all your cookies.

Go to netflix.com/clearcookies to clear the Netflix cookie.

You need to sign in to watch videos.

You may try another browser.

You may try Fix it application as mentioned in the following KB Article:-

How to clean a corrupted Silverlight installation and then reinstall Silverlight

Netflix is not working after upgrading to Windows 8.1 Preview

Problem:-

Installed 8.1 preview on my htpc now the netflix plugin for Media Center will not stream any video; a browser compatibility page pops up listing requirements. It worked fine before this.It gives the following error:

“Instant Watching System Compatibility To watch instantly, you’ll need a computer that meets the following minimum requirements: Windows, Windows Vista or Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8 or higher; or the latest version of Firefox; or the latest version of Chrome”

Resolution:-

This is a known issue.Reinstalling the netflix plugin is not solving the issue.This needs to be fixed by Netflix as well as Microsoft.

Fortunately Netflix has started working on this issue:-“we’re excited to announce that we’ve been working closely with Microsoft to implement these extensions in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1.  If you install the Windows 8.1 Preview from Microsoft, you can visit Netflix.com today in Internet Explorer 11 and watch your favorite movies and TV shows using HTML5!”

HTML5 Video in IE 11 on Windows 8.1

tubeCore 2.10 With Windows 8 support Released

tubeCore 2.10 is a required update to the #1 Internet DVR for Windows Media Center. This update fixes several issues.

  • Windows 8 support
  • Netflix, Amazon VOD, and other PlayOn Channels are fixed.
  • Speed increases in menu rendering.
  • Full support for PS3 Media Server, TVersity, JRiver, and other Media Servers.
  • Icons and Images on Devices is fixed.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Click here to download tubeCore 2.10 Now.

Update: tubeCore has been updated with a fix for startup error “Unable to … underlying provider”. Download tubeCore 2.11 to fix the problem.

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