Originally posted by edougFirefox says I'm using Windows 95. I can use Windows but rather use Firefox. I have Firefox v. 184.108.40.206
I think you are talking about the system requirements:
Originally posted by In2TVCore System Requirements # Operating System: Windows® XP, 32 bit or 64 bit # Media Player: Windows® Media Player version 10.0 get it HERE! # Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0+, Netscape® 7.2 and 8.0+, Firefox® 1.0.7+ # An Internet connection # Macromedia® Flash Player 8. Get it HERE! # In2TV video is only licensed for viewing in the United States.
If that's the case, Windows 95 is the operating system and is related to Windows XP in the requirements. In2TV is checking for compliance with their minimum requirements, I guess, and until you upgrade your OS, they're gonna freeze you out. Sorry. :(
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Sorry, If I didn't make this clear. I'm using Windows XP service pack 2 and have Windows Media 10.It's Firefox that doesn't recognize it. Guru here's what the site says "AOL has included rights protection on all In2TV video content and you need Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10 to experience all that this great new service has to offer." http://television.aol.com/in2tv/upgrade
Thanks for the help. Crimedog now Foxfire recognizes I'm using XP. It doesn't help me with that site but it is still very useful, thanks. I'm going to try to re-install Foxfire and my Windows Media Player.If that doesn't work I'll just watch it on Windows.
Anybody else using the beta for Windows Media Player 11? I like it, but can't seem to find an option to have it NOT display the album art, or to merge different songs by one artist into one list, instead of broken down by the album it came from.