+ 0 Votes Try this Jacky Howe 7 years ago http://www.netflix.com/ + 0 Votes That combo kept me off for days. awarren2002 7 years ago My ISP couldn't help. They told me to buy one of their routers at $150. I finally got online after working at it for hours myself. + 0 Votes Netflix restricted? Fred123456 Updated - 7 years ago Could netflix be in your restricted list? Perhaps over riding cookie handling and set it manually? + 0 Votes others probably have suggested - put netflix in Trusted Sites sgt_shultz 7 years ago in Internet explorer, Tools Internet Options, Security + 0 Votes The Steps Jacky Howe 7 years ago 1. Open Internet Explorer 2. Select Tools 3. Select Internet Options 4. Select Privacy 5. Select Sites 6. Under Managed websites scroll down to Netflix.com and double left mouse click on it 7. It should now be visible in Address of website 8. Select Allow 9. Select OK and OK again + 0 Votes Another View Jacky Howe 7 years ago worth having a look at. And following the process. http://www.spywareinfo.com/articles/hijacked/ + 0 Votes Firewall Issue? oldskooldj 7 years ago If you're running Zone Alarm or possibly another firewall, you could be blocking cookies at that level. Security settings set too high will prevent cookies from being set. Another less likely possibility is if you are using a hardware router like a Linksys. Some can be set up to block certain types of code or cookies. It's rare but it can happen.