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Netflix works well on my Apple Macbook without installing any additional plugins and search results regarding the issue are very unhelpful. Did this issue come about a mistake I made throughout the install process or could it be that my device lacks certain component support (e.g. drivers, software, etc.)? These issues occur while using Safari on El Capitan. The error code I receive while attempting to play Netflix content is S7381-1204. Also, I never receive a prompt when a website attempts to access my microphone or camera making it impossible to use the requested device(s).
I am using 10.6.8 on D630 intel 1440x900 with a dell port replicator and an external monitor. Everything works fine except at random times the UI freezes completely. I had the same problem in Lion as well, on the same machine. I followed the EDP bootpack process to install 10.6.8. There is nothing in the logs but I have observed that this problem happens under certain conditions that I am listing below. Please feel free to add your observations and hopefully someone can pick a pattern and fix it. - It started happening after I installed Quicktime version 10.0. Recording a screencast in Quicktime is one of the surest way of triggering a UI freeze. - Editing large movies in iMovie'11 version 9.0 build 1073 can also trigger a freeze but not as often a recording in Quicktime does. - Viewing a content heavy page in Safari can sometimes trigger a freeze. Common culprit in all of the above is Quicktime so that might be it but I am not sure. If it is working well for you then please let me know what version of Quicktime of iMovie you are using. Thanks