I appreciate Netflix. I am very disappointed how many pissy people there are on the forums. I almost hate to add my question, but I have no intention of being pissy, anyway. I'm not sure why people feel it's okay to act that way online. Anyway...
On my Macbook, www.netflix.com
won't come up at all, no matter which browser I use- I'm not even talking about the Watch Instantly feature.
I called Netflix customer service. She first thought it might be our ISP, so I called them. On our PC, it comes up fine (including the Watch Instantly, incidentally), so it's not a modem issue.
The ISP suggested it may be the security features on my computer. But, I don't even have my firewall enabled at the moment.
I have all three browsers updated (I realize Chrome won't work for the WI, but I wanted to see if the site would at least come up). I also have used Firefox and Safari. I have an intel chip and Snow Leopard. I don't think any of this should interfere with the website itself coming up, but I thought I'd mention it.
I think the site used to come up on the old Firefox version. The new one has caused me a lot of grief on other sites as well, but I don't know if one can downgrade a browser.
Separately, I had to replace the hard drive recently, so I got one with twice as much room on it. Before I was pushing it for space, but again, I think the main site should have worked.
The ISP's last suggestion was to call Apple. I don't know if they'll talk to me, though, since I no longer have Apple Care.
So, any thoughts? My daughter took the PC laptop out of town with her, so I finally have to try and deal with this. :)