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Has anyone ever had the error code: 8212? What happens is basically this: 

The viewer will download the movie content, and once it starts to "buffer" it never passes 0% and then displays the following message:

Internet Connection Problem Error Code: 8212 An Internet of home network connection problem is preventing playback.

I just started getting this error the other day. 

I am using a PC running Windows XP. I think my connection speed falls under the high category. I appreciate all the help anyone can give me.

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I don't have a solution - but I started getting a similar error about 24 hours ago in Windows 7 Media Center. At first, I just got it when I was streaming; shortly thereafter, it got so I can't even pull up info about films while browsing the MC plugin - I get a Media Center Internet connection error.

I just checked now, on a different computer and got an error - 8302. This was the browser version, not the MC plugin.
Has a solution been found to this issue?
2nd Attempt.
Having the same problem - at first intermittently, and now all the time. Any solutions out there??? I'm about to cancel Netflix over this.

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