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Once you plug the Roku Streaming Stick into an HDMI port and connect the micro USB port to either your HDTV's USB port or the included USB wall adapter, you can set up your viewing experience just like with any other Roku product. It's a very simple process, similar to authorizing a device to access Netflix: The Streaming Stick prompts you with a code you enter on Roku's Web site to link your account to it. After that's done, you can add content channels (or restore your channel list from a previous Roku device) to the Streaming Stick either through the Roku Web site or the on-screen channel store.
tis more then likely that its a codec prob or a virus in your hdd also what size is it hav had probs 1.5 tb hdd but 2tb works bloody grate.also the nbox seems to run better if it formatted to fat 32 ive noticed any way hope that helped ya
First please excuse my english...I had the same problem and manage to fix it. Just remember that nothing is broken, the problem is you dont see what you are doing. First unplug your nbox and remove sd card or usb disk. then folow thease step.
1-plug the unit and press power. It is not possible to know if the unite is on...
3-press the down arrow 7 times
5- press left arrow
6- press enter.
if it dont work try again and again. You have to undo what you did and put the unite back on the good setings.
You aren't the only one with this new problem. No one knows for sure what is going on, but most think the extenders are phoning home to Cisco and Cisco isn't answering. You are going to need to change your router services to block HTTP for the extender's static IP address or change the DNS server for the extender to 0.0.0.0. You'll need to give the extender a static IP address in your router if you do the first solution. More information is here http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/t/95097.aspx?PageIndex=1
try using file option instead of movie or music cos some time when you use movie or music it will only look for movie or music files also what formatt are your movies in cos it has a prob reading certain files and codecs like mp4