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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 94863 20-Dec-2011 12:04
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I have found that using iSky and if i was lucky that day that i might get to watch 5 minutes into a movie before it craps out.

Then i have to start the movie again and drag the bar along to the time that it crapped out. After doing that  a few times you can't be bothered anymore and end up flagging the movie.

I have tried using Firefox 8.0 and IE 9, but both end up failing. I have contacted support and that's basically a work in progress.

So iSky is just not happening for me.

Anyone else in the same boat or can shed some light on how to sort this?

Windows 7 (x64)
Firefox 8
IE 9

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  Reply # 559924 20-Dec-2011 12:25
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its not working at the moment

Oops - looks like this program isn't available at the moment. Our iSKY team is working on it and hope to have it resolved soon. Grab a coffee and check back shortly.

all i can say is i would have to drink a lot of coffee as its been like that for a few hours.

Common sense is not as common as you think.

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 559931 20-Dec-2011 12:40
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Just gave it another whirl, got 6 minutes 6 seconds into The Social Network then it crapped out again.


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  Reply # 559941 20-Dec-2011 13:05
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I can view the live tv stations but the on demand content just stays on the loading circle and never plays.

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