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So I am trying to watch TV on this site: Truyen hinh truc tuyen, truy Before, I was able to watch normally. However, recently, I cannot watch it anymore on my Macbook Pro. When I use Safari, no player even shows up. When I use Firefox, whichever channel I click, it says "Access Denies". When I use Internet Explorer on computers at my school's library, this website plays fine.

What's wrong with my Safari and Firefox ? How should I fix this ?
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Anyone can help me here ?
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I would check your safari and firefox SECURITY and PRIVACY settings, you may be denying it access to your computer.
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I have checked all these settings and it still does not work. Do you have any other suggestion ?
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I suppose it's possible that this particular site recently made some changes that render it incompatible with anything but the latest Explorer browser.
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Tried it in Opera, the website seems to work fine here, but also won't work if I use Safari. You might try Opera and see if that works for you, but perhaps they just updated something like toMACsh said, and that's why it stopped working in Safari.

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Works fine for me when using Safari 5.0.3 with Snow Leopard. I can't test with Firefox because I don't use it. There's possibly something else going on with your machine.
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