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#255884 4-Sep-2019 14:07
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TVNZ on demand doesn't seem to be working for me. Try and load it up with Chrome on Win7 and just get spinning cursor. 

 

Same on a couple of machines.

 

Anybody else got the same thing?


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  #2310643 4-Sep-2019 14:15
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Working fine here. Tested on Win 7 and Chrome. ISP 2degrees.

 

Used "Orville" for test program.


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  #2310718 4-Sep-2019 17:00
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Thanks for trying. Still not working here. I'll poke around a bit.


 
 
 
 


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  #2310769 4-Sep-2019 19:47
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Common sign of non white listed ad blocker.

 

Shift-Ctrl-N

 

 

 

If it works in incognito,. that's the answer.


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  #2310794 4-Sep-2019 21:08
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Yeah, not loading anymore for me using Firefox on W7, but only when I use a private window.

 

Works fine in a regular window.


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  #2310813 4-Sep-2019 22:19
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That'll be it. I use a modified hosts file.

 

Thanks for the help guys.

 

 


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  #2310845 5-Sep-2019 07:09
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Hi,

 

It's definately a Freeview app problem.  I have a SmartVU and Kodi works with FOD no problem.

 

I resolved this by uninstalling the Freeview app and then re-installing it.

 

That app is not solid.  It often ends up playing multiple audio streams for a minute or so on first load when changing channels.


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  #2310862 5-Sep-2019 07:57
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Gwilson:

Hi,


It's definately a Freeview app problem.  I have a SmartVU and Kodi works with FOD no problem.


I resolved this by uninstalling the Freeview app and then re-installing it.


That app is not solid.  It often ends up playing multiple audio streams for a minute or so on first load when changing channels.



Smartvu isn't a pc running Windows. Ala this user Not running an app.

What you refer to has a thread already somewhere with the provider looking into it.

https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=255774

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