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To use MSN Video, you need to install free software
MSN Video works with Microsoftİ Internet Explorer 6, Microsoftİ Media Player 10, and Macromedia Flash 7. To download these free software applications, click the links below and follow the on-screen instructions.
Step 1: Download Microsoft Windows Mediaİ Player
Windows Media Player 10 is free to download
Step 2: Download Macromedia Flash Player 7
Macromedia Flash player is free to download
Once the installations are complete, reload this page.
It seems that they have coded it to only pick up IE and Flash together. I have tried this with the User Agent Switcher extension for Firefox and identified my browser as IE 6.0 on XP, so it looks like they only want pure IE and Flash.
You could try installing Wine and Internet Explorer to view these videos.