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I see it has been months since the last post with this error on this forum. I found this site through google search so I am hoping that others with this issue will do the same and find it.
After countless hours and multiple phone calls with Netflix that got me nowhere, I HAVE FINALLY FOUND THE SOLUTION AND IT IS VERY, VERY, VERY EASY.
I am using Windows 7 home premium and Mozilla Firefox browser. I have been watching Netflix streaming form months without any issues at all. Then all of a sudden BLAM--- Netflix error N8102-106. I cant find anything on the internet except this forum and a ton of spam sites with nothing but viruses and other garbage on them. If this sounds like what your going through....look no further. It is here...right below, the fix for this issue. I will also be conacting the Netflix technical service people with this fix so they may help thoes that have this issue. Ok, without further delay...
Go to: File
Go to: Tools
Go to: Clear Recent History
Once in Clear Recent History, check EVERY box available. Make sure that everything IS selected for Clearing. Then click the Clear now button. Close your browser. Make sure it is fully closed and not running in the back ground. Restart your browser, log in to Netflix and start watching streaming videos again.....that's it. Easy as pie!
Let me know how this works for everyone!
I have had this problem for 6 monthes, and have tried everything I could find to resolve it with no luck. I believe this began when I contacted a virus that took a lot of effort to resolve. I have finally solved my issue by downloading and installing microsofts.
Update for Root Certificates [March 2011] (KB931125)
Might not work for you but it certainly did for me.
I contacted Netflix and Microsoft ..... to no avail............. this is the only thing that worked for me and you made it so easy to understand. Thanks
This fix also worked for error code N8103-106. It also resolved certificate errors I got when I went to certain web pages. I tried all the suggestions Microsoft offered to fix those. Funny that they couldn't offer this solution.
I have been streaming TV and Movies flawlessly on my computer AND my laptop, both running windows 7. Suddenly today I start getting 8102-101 and -106 errors when I try to stream. This is happening on both machines. I have tried chrome, AND firefox. Oddly enough, it works on my ipod which is on the same internet connection.
I already cleared my browser history of EVERYTHING. I rebooted. I even reinstalled Silverlight.