What is "hbo"?
I think that the OP is referring to HBO Go - Anywhere. It appears to be a service from HBO, and I see only references to Apple, but maybe I have just not seen everything: http://www.hbogo.com/#home/
I do not know how this HBO service might apply to PrE, but perhaps I would, if I knew more about the service.
The fix you posted doesn't help. I've seen that posted all over the internet while looking for a solution to this problem and like evry other fix I have found it doesn't work.
I just can't believe that no one has found a solution for this! Google Chrome won't even acknowledge a problem and Adobe puts up a solution that, apparently, wasn't even tested. I can play HBO GO all day with IE9 so I'm just going to uninstall Chrome and go back to using IE9 for my default browser. Chrome is just to much of a headache.
So, the only fix I know of is using IE9 to go to HBO GO and stay away from Chrome.
Are you the person who posted this thread under the ID of scher1919 or are you another person with the same issue as scher1919?
Since this is the Premiere Elements Forum, what I am trying to determine from either of you is the relationship of the issue presented to Premiere Elements whichever version you have? Could you clarify that for us?
I will always try to help with any question, but I prefer to know the context in which it is being presented.
Neither Chrome or IE are Adobe products... your message does not seem to have anything to do with any Adobe product