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Windows Media Player Network Sharing Services keeps crashing


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Ok so I stream my videos from my computer to my Xbox 360 and have never had any troubles till tonight. Thats not the issues. When I try and watch a video i selected and when I look at the computer the Error report window pops up and says Windows Media Player Network Sharing Services has encountered a problem and yadda yadda. I have Win XP SP3 Pro, I am not running out of any memory and system storage. Nothings been changed. I think it has to do something with the volume of data that the videos are transferring, because when i listen to music it streams just fine. Tried different Ethernet cable, using a wireless nic, reseting router, works on my laptop wireless and no errors, reinstalled windows media player 11 and started and stopped the service.. so to no a vale. can anyone help me..
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Ok so I stream my videos from my computer to my Xbox 360 and have never had any troubles till tonight. Thats not the issues. When I try and watch a video i selected and when I look at the computer the Error report window pops up and says Windows Media Player Network Sharing Services has encountered a problem and yadda yadda. I have Win XP SP3 Pro, I am not running out of any memory and system storage. Nothings been changed. I think it has to do something with the volume of data that the videos are transferring, because when i listen to music it streams just fine. Tried different Ethernet cable, using a wireless nic, reseting router, works on my laptop wireless and no errors, reinstalled windows media player 11 and started and stopped the service.. so to no a vale. can anyone help me..


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