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  1. Andrew
    Andrew July 22, 2014 at 1:51 am |

    Hi, I’m curious as to how you get HTML5 Netflix working. I’m running Chrome 38 canary, and it displays for me an error mentioning not being able to access the components needed, with error code M7351.

  2. Christopher Price
    Christopher Price July 22, 2014 at 10:58 pm |

    Here’s my checklist that I would run though…

    * Go to chrome://components and hit Check for Updates on each component
    * Make sure Windows is up to date (ideally Windows 8.1 Update with all patches installed), same for OS X (yep, works on both)
    * Update your graphics drivers on Windows to the latest for your GPU
    * Reboot after doing all that, even if not prompted to

    Canary has been working for me, it’s what I use on OS X. For Windows, I’m using 38 dev channel.

    If all the above fails, I’d document my system config and bug report it at this point.

  3. Andrew
    Andrew July 23, 2014 at 11:52 pm |

    I managed to get it working on Windows. Turned out when I had been experimenting the flags a while ago, I had accidentally disabled Media Source API. Oops.


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