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IbSta    1

Hi Guys,

I recently upgraded my system to Windows Vista 64 bit Ultimate. However my Xbox still says it wants to connect to my old PC name...is there any way I can delete it and tell it to use my new PC name? Also on a side note another strange issue can any of you guys ping your Xbox 360? I can sign into live just fine play some online games the whole shabang but my PC doesn?t see my 360...and I can?t ping it not even from the router...I use to just turn on my 360 and Vista would pick it up and do the install. It is a clean format UPnP is enabled SSD discovery is on...anyone experience the same issue? Thanks.

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Groovedude    6

im just quoting here so dont hold me to it :p

To switch PCs

On your Xbox 360 console, in the Media area of the Xbox Dashboard, select Music, Pictures, or Video.

If your PC's content is not displayed, press X and select your PC.

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IbSta    1
im just quoting here so dont hold me to it :p

I tried this hahah did'nt work :( Thanks though!

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Olemus    18

try going to windows media player 11 and finding the option for sharing media. Its in tools>options>library hit configure sharing and tick the boxes

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Ironman273    1,095

Yeah, once you have the new PC configured correctly the old PC will disappear from the list.

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IbSta    1
Yeah, once you have the new PC configured correctly the old PC will disappear from the list.

I attached some pics hope this helps. Thanks!

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Ironman273    1,095

Well, your Xbox is not showing in that list. Turn your Xbox and your PC on at the same time. You should see a prompt saying that a device was found and whether you want to share media with it.

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IbSta    1

Yeah that's what's weird it worked just fine on my old PC. I'm wondering do you think it could be my 2 nics teamed up into 1?

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IbSta    1

If anyone was wondering I fixed the problem. It was that stupid RealTek NIC Teaming Utility....once I split my NICS back into 2 separate ones the Xbox picked up my computer right away. If I enable NIC teaming boom instant silence....WTF! Now I got 2 cables going into my PC with no real benefit :(

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Statikk    3

Do you have two internet connections you're load balancing or something?

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IbSta    1

Nope my modem connects to my router and port 1 and 2 are connected to PC port 3 into printer. Lol any 3rd party tools that will let me team my NICS? Thanks.

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