Question about HOW Video Game Consoles & Games
Instructions for Windows 7
1. Connecting the console to the network
Press the Guide button on the Xbox controller.
Go to the Settings page and select System Preferences.
Select Network Settings.
Select your wireless network or select Wired network if you are using a wired connection.
Select Test Connection to Xbox Live.
If the network connection status is Connected, go to step 2. Otherwise, select More information on the console and follow the instructions.
2. Delete previous connections (if necessary)
Launch Windows Media Center.
In the bottom section of the menu, click the down arrow and select Settings in the Tasks section.
Select the Media Extender section.
Select Xbox 360 Media Center Extender.
Actions on the console. Delete previous connections
Go to the My Settings page and select System.
Select Windows Media Center.
Press the B button on the controller to return to the Xbox control panel.
3. Getting the installation key on the console
On the console, go to the Applications page, select My Applications, and then Windows Media Center. Tip. Don\u0027t see the Application item? You might need to update your Xbox 360 console software.
Record the 8-digit installation key.
4. Adding a console to Windows Media Center
Launch Windows Media Center on your computer.
Go to the Tasks section and select Add media box.
On the setup screen for the media extension, click Next.
When prompted, enter the 8-digit installation code obtained in step 3.
Click Next to complete the installation.
5. Launch Windows Media Center on the console
Go to the Applications page, select My Applications, and then Windows Media Center. When you first open Windows Media Center on the console, it will take some time to build the media libraries.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Not sure whether you are kidding or not. You don't mention the tv model so I will try to help using a KV-32FS100 as an example. You really only have 2 choices assuming you have a current model xbox 360. The component cable that comes with the xbox has 6 connectors, a green, blue, red, yellow on one part and a white and red on the other part. On the back of the tv below and to the right of the s video connector are inputs labeled Y, Pb and Pr and are colored Y is green Pb is Blue and Pr is red if they aren't colored that is the correct order. Don't connect the yellow to anything. The red and white on the other part of the cable go directly to the right of these connections. It will say audio and L and R they should also be colored but if not white is L and red is R. There is also a small switch at the xbox end of the cablewhich you need to slide to HDTV. Once you are powered up don't forget to enter the setup menu on the xbox and select the settings for your tv. Again without knowing the model most wega tvs limit the component input to 480p which was the limit of a dvd. I hope this is helps.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Try putting in an IP address on your PC, something like 18.104.22.168. You would need to put it in your network card properties.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
I had the same problem. I solved mine by re-downloading the Optional Media Update from xbox live, and everything was fine after that.
Hope that works for you too.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
In windows media player 11, click on the small down arrow below library and select media sharing. Check the box for share my media then turn on you console. I dialog box will pop up asking you to approve file sharing. You can then customize your options for that device. If the dialog box dose not pop up you have a firewall problem. For the Iomega Media Drive, you have to use the software that came with it. Open the program click on configure, select the folders icon, and look next to your media folders and make sure DLNA is on otherwise your console cannot access those folders.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Here is the manual for your product(assuming its the mad catz wireless N adapter): http://www.madcatz.com/UsersGuides/4707-MUG.pdf
You connect it to the computer first. However you need to find the setup disk. I looked around for you and couldn't find it, my apologies, but read that guide and you should have no problem setting up your gaming adapter
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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