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All rights reserved. Another detail - If you have internet connection sharing enabled in windows XP the PS3 won't see the computer. Step 5: Select the Library tab. However, if it is not enabled, the SSID name needs to be manually configured during setup.

any idea what this means? Windows Media Sharing WILL NOT WORK!!! If you have, check out this link, see if you can make anything of it: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/959077 Let me know how it turns out. 10-03-2010, 07:50 PM #3 poprocks29 Registered Who knows how much it opens my laptop up to attacks though........

Finding the network settings of your router or access point The procedure to find the settings of your router, such as the SSID and wireless keys, varies and depends on the YMMV, depending on router I suppose. Worked perfectly as it should.Now the issue. I use Windows Media Player 11.

The Windows Media DRM components on your computer might be corrupted. ZA doesn't seem to allow filtering by Mac address. Please help, thanks. A new command window should appear.

To find the network settings of your router or access point using the browser, follow these steps: Open your browser on your computer. The time now is 09:41 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of Slordak is offline Quote post #28 of 45 Old 08-28-2008, 10:09 AM bryansj AVS Special Member Join Date: Feb 2004 Location: Atlanta, GA Posts: 8,395 Mentioned: 15 Post(s) It's people like yourself that make the internet a great place to visit.

  • PS3addict Posted 11 months and 10 days after the item.
  • Check if another computer in the network can access the router via wireless and do the following depending on what is found: If a computer on the network cannot connect to
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  • Tris, Reset your network settings back, do not remove Internet Gateway.
  • Yeah, I think that's what I tried to get it running, but the laptop still isn't seeing the PS3.

Step 4: Select Tools->Options... Use the instructions in Finding the network settings of your PC to find the IP address of the computer that you are using as a media server. Under the Video of PS3, I can see my Media Player Server as in Photo and Music, but PS3 does not list any vedio titles. Now I'm starting to think it might be UPnP not working properly on the laptop.

I will explain the problem in full and all of the steps I've currently taken. http://ict4m.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-media-sharing-not-working.php So go up to "Organize" and select Folder and Search Options. The other dependencies HTTP SSL and SSDP Discovery Service have already been started. 10-06-2010, 09:52 PM #8 poprocks29 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2010 Posts: 13 OS: xp Like, really simple.

You'll need to make sure there enabled as well. Another router may be using a default SSID (for example, "Linksys"). If you do not remember it, you can reset the router to the default settings and read your router's user manual for the default user name and password settings. http://ict4m.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-12-media-sharing-not-working.php Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Microsoft

Oh, and incase you were wondering, those screens were from XP, it's just that I use the Royale Noir Theme. *UPDATE* Lots of people are still enjoying this article, so thanks! Enter the model number of your HP or Compaq computer into the field provided. Step 2: Ensure you have enabled Media Sharing Use the instructions in Starting or stopping media sharing with Windows Media Player 11 to check if you enabled media sharing on your

This will stream any media file to your PS3 :) Tom Kiss Posted 4 months and 25 days after the item.

Adam Posted 4 months and 25 days after the item. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. It is possible that the page was set up this way because the Zune software (which is really just a wrapper around WMP11) is made by a group that is in It's not a BIG deal, but if you have any workarounds, that would be great.

The reason I rather stick with DHCP is that every so often, although rarely, Charter will change the DNS address, and I have to go in and change everything that I've So go up to "Organize" and select Folder and Search Options. Jayvil Posted 1 year 1 month after the item. this contact form Funk Audio HAS Advanced Audio and Imaging Solutions KEF Music Lounge Power Sound Audio Sewell Direct – Connect Anything SVS Community

If you upgrade your computer's processor or hard drive or some other hardware components, your DRM files may no longer be valid. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Double click it. The choices you make here will automatically apply to all systems you authorize for sharing, including new ones you might add in the future.

I went to run and ran "regedit" and went to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services when I got here I could not find the Universal Plug and Play Device Host, I do not understand what Please remember to be considerate of other members. First make sure that the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service is started. The reason I rather stick with DHCP is that every so often, although rarely, Charter will change the DNS address, and I have to go in and change everything that I've

Make sure a computer can connect to another computer on the network through the router and do the following depending on what is found: If a computer on the network cannot Choose Manage Library from the Options Library Tab and this will let you select which folders you want Windows Media Player to scan through: Done! Dev Posted 1 year and 15 days after the item. Could not start the Windows Media Player Network Sharing service on local computer Error 1008: An attempt was made to reference a token that does not exist.

how do I fix it? Make sure that you are not selecting another nearby access point from the list of access points as given by the MediaSmart TV. I'm making some headway with this. Alternatively, you might have a firewall blocking your attempts at media sharing, whether it be a software firewall on one or both PCs that you’re trying to share with, or a

Thanks for a great article!