They use Flash - make sure you have the latest drivers from Adobe setup...
Flash made for much smaller videos, although with AVI's you can package it up with its own player which is nice. I wanted to allow them to stream as well but can't find a spot to park those big files that has HTTP access (I keep them on a Cisco FTP server which does not allow for that).
Well, I tried it with FireFox and IE 6 and IE7 on XP pro, Win 2003 and Win2000 - all worked ok - I don't have a Vista install handy, but if I had to guess, the evils of Vista are making themselves known again here.
I may just lump the file size and bundle them all as AVIs with built in player tonight - it'll about double the download size but the video quality is a bit better and there wont be such issues (at least I assume there wont).
Found a Vista install here and I saw the same thing you did - if you run the EXE with the "as administrator" option it runs ok.
That said, I did get some (legitimate) complaints about the video quality for some of the video segements (notably log browsing and such) - the Flash crunching was a bit aggressive. I went ahead and rebundled the videos as AVIs which are much larger (roughly 4x the size) but the quality is much nicer - and Vista plays them with the embedded player fine without requiring the "as administrator" trick.
The FTP site finished updating a few minutes ago - you can feel free to download and try them.
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