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Problems with Demand Five


oid1983

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Hi,

I am hoping somebody can help me.

I have no trouble watching the free Demand Five programs, but I want to watch things like CSI & CSI: New York that cost 99p an episode - which is excellent considering I rarely ever watch episodes more than once.

Anyway's according to Demand Five, all the settings on my computer are fine. I am using - just for this and a few other things - MSIE8 and have ActiveX and cookies enabled as well as WMP11.

I download the player and try installing it. Every time - and I tried this a while back in another supported browser - it refuses to install, saying it requires Entriq Download Manager to work.

I have tried restarting my computer, disabling firewall, running Spybot S&D as well as WinASO (a registry fixing program that is VERY reliable).

I am at a loss and REALLY want this, so ANY help would be muchas gracias!

Ta,
oid

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sunnystaines

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never got it working here either try on xp and vista,run out of ideas long ago, tried various forums a common problem with no answers not even from 5 support.

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