|wrote on 21.08.16 at 11:25|
|This issue arose after my computer lost power whilst Streamwriter was active. After restarting the computer I found that Streamwriter would notwork and I couldn't connect to Google in my web browser (Chrome). Windows suggested to check my anti-virus/firewall settings. I use Kaspersky Total Protection 2015 (on Windows 10). I was unable to find the cause but by disabling Kaspersky I could access Google again, then the problem cleared itself.|
In Streamwriter, even with Kaspersky disabled, it will not download a stream list and I can't connect to any stream. I've uninstalled and reinstalled both the installable setup and the portable versions. I just get the following in the log screen:
10:11:20 - Server - Connected to streamWriter server
10:11:20 - Server - TLS handshake was not successful, certificate invalid
10:11:41 - Server - No data received/sent for more than 15 seconds
10:11:41 - Server - Disconnected from streamWriter server
10:11:46 - Server - Connected to streamWriter server
10:11:46 - Server - TLS handshake was not successful, certificate invalid
10:12:07 - Server - No data received/sent for more than 15 seconds
10:12:07 - Server - Disconnected from streamWriter server
10:12:12 - Server - Connected to streamWriter server
10:12:12 - Server - TLS handshake was not successful, certificate invalid
I feel now that this is a server issue and not a problem with my machine. Any help gratefully received!
|wrote on 21.08.16 at 13:50|
|SOLVED: Not a server issue. An unknown application/malware was blocking access to certain sites from my PC. Now working again!|
|wrote on 04.05.19 at 18:32|
I've got the same problem, does anyone have a suggestion?
I've just downladed streamwriter, but can't get it to work.
thanks so much for your help.
"TLS handshake was not successful, certificate invalid
Error: Response was HTTP but without supported playlist or redirect
|wrote on 04.05.19 at 18:55|
|never mind, i've just learned that i didnt have the correct streaming url, i had just copied the webpage's http *rolleyes*.|
on "stream urls" i found the explanation how to ;).
hehe, all good now and it's working.