Problem: Streaming video from a single website won't load on two laptops; of the 5 computers I use daily, these are the only ones w/ ESET Smart Security - they are also the only two ThinkPads (I'm also trying to figure out if it's a ThinkPad issue). Having tried to troubleshoot this at several levels (software, add-ons, etc. in a bunch of other forums) - I'm wondering whether there is something about ESET settings that could be the cause? The site in question is Flash based: bloggingheads.tv/diavlogs/. Flashplayer 10 is installed properly on both machines (and has been uninstalled / reinstalled in attempt to solve the problem). OS: Windows XP, SP2. Browser: Firefox 3, latest version (video from this site won't load on IE6 or Safari 3 either on these machines!); Relevant add-ons: NoScript. (Disabling NoScript temporarily makes no difference). Troubleshooting thus far: working with NoScript board on Mozilla, and the bloggingheads people at their site - no results. Did a Standard Diagnostic on Firefox: no luck. Turning off ESET firewall temporarily -no difference. This may not be relevant, but the Firefox error console turns up errors like these: Warning: Error in parsing value for property 'cursor'. Declaration dropped. Source File: static.bloggingheads.tv/stylesheets/bhtv_css.css Line: 898 Warning: Unknown property 'zoom'. Declaration dropped. Source File: static.bloggingheads.tv/js/jquer ... luetip.css Line: 152 Warning: Expected ':' but found 'undefined'. Declaration dropped. Source File: bloggingheads.tv/diavlogs/18153 Line: 0 [NoScript] Potential cross-site E4X hijacking detected and blocked (static.bloggingheads.tv/js/forumintegrator.js) Hope this isn't too much info...help?! And thanks.