My wife came across this mysterious “Netflix Error Code N8156-6013” today and let me tell you – she was not happy. Netflix player keep complaining about DRM and date (which was correct). It took me a good 20 minutes to find a solution. Credit goes to Chad (read his post here). I’m reposting to give the solution more exposure.
The fix after much research is to delete a Playready config file mspr.hds (leftover from the Silverlight 3 version) and allow the Netflix player to re-create the file using Silverlight 4.
The file to delete or rename (probably safer; in case something goes wrong just rename it back correctly)</p>
On Windows XP:</strong>
C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftPlayReadymspr.hds
On Windows 7:</strong>
C:UsersAll UsersApplication DataMicrosoftPlayReadymspr.hds
C:ProgramDataMicrosoftPlayReady (Thanks Jarin)</p>
HD > Library > Application Support > Microsoft > PlayReady > mspr.hds
Don't forget to restart your browsers!</blockquote> </div>Hopefully this post will save you time. Once again, credit goes to Chad.