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Computer connection how can i connect my xbox 360 to my laptop??? do i need microsoft software? any feedback would be great oh by the way my operation systems is windows vista basic ta paddy (cornwall)

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Re: computer connection

All you need is a network hub, switch, or router to get both communicating. Windows Media Player 11 (Comes with Windows) does all the legwork on the computer side.

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