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Two questions about networking the 360.


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First off, my PC has XP. I'm streaming using WMP11. The problem is that I can only stream music when my ethernet is unplugged from my router. Then start up my 360 and it'll stream music from my PC and then I can plug in my ethernet cable and it will most of the time pick up the internet. My question is... is there anything I can do so I don't have to unplug my modem each time I want to use my 360? Even when the internet is hooked up, my PC sees my 360 but the 360 doesn't see my PC.

Secondly, how can I stream movies? I've tried .avi and .wmv and neither work. The files are added to my library in WMP11 and sharing movies is enabled. Is there something special I have to do to stream movies? Music works fine if I do what I said in the first question.

Thanks in advance for anyone that helps or even tries to. On a side note, I've tried the Zune software and TVersity, neither worked. Maybe because I missed something... but I did what guides I've read online said and neither worked.
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Still haven't gotten anything to work with any consistancy. Contacted Xbox phone support 3 times and the email support twice.

Edited by Edgtrv, 11 May 2007 - 01:47 PM.

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