TVersity and Xbox360 network probs

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  1. Horseus

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    Hi

    Maybe wrong forum but what the hell here goes...
    I got dell dimension 9200 running vista premium and mcafee security centre ( version number unknown but PC is a month old). Installed tversity to stream xvid's/divx's to Xbox 360, set firewall to allow said program to have access to PC and things were great- Heroes streaming to main TV. The next day i get up and want to watch more, but Xbox won't connect to pc. Reinstalled TVersity and it all goes to plan but every time i shut pc down it does the same( cant connect on restart). I dont want to have to reinstall TVersity everytime to stream. Any advice to what is going wrong would be great.

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    A 260 is a 360 plus a couple of cans of stella:eek:
     
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    Thread title corrected :)

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    Thanx Curly
     
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    TVersity can be a right pain in the arse, it's more than likely a firewall issue I'd say. Do you go through a router by any chance? :rolleyes:
     

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