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If this were a PC, I'd say it sounds as if it's overheating. Have you checked that any cooling fans are running?
If there's a reset button (or a tiny reset "hole" somewhere on the unit) reset it. Otherwise, check within the menu when you first start it up for a factory reset option.
Lastly, if it's still under warranty- take it back. Depending on where you live (local laws) most makers of these devices are expected to support their unit beyond the typical 1 year. This is due to "reasonable (life) expectancy" of certain electronics, such as yours. No one who buys a $500 TV is assuming they will replace it every year, right? The ACCC (AU), BBB (USA) are two such groups who oversee fair trade.
Go to network sharing and turn network discovery on make it a private network and then go to windows media player go to bottom of library click on media sharing click share your media it should show your XBOX and if doesnt have a green check on it click on xbox and then click allow sharing. If this doesnt work I can walk you thru let me know and we will have to go another route to get it working for you but talk you through it on here. I need to know computer operating system, is the wireless network working with your computer, version of media player, and steps you have taken so far and go from there. I will be available for the next few hours so if you respond I will get back to you ASAP..
Vista does not provide downward compatibilty to hardware, rather it expects new certified drivers. Since your device is 801.11b it is obsolete (I know, still faster than cable internet). That's why the manufacturer is not supplying new Vista certified drivers. So Vista creates an UNKNOWN DEVICE that will not be able to function for anything at all. USB networking is the worst. Think about getting a non-USB access point that will provide you an RJ45 jack for your built-in NIC.