It appears to be related to WiFi, Network, Firewall, or AntiVirus. Uninstall for now.Barb Bowman www.digitalmediaphile.com Thursday, March 04, 2010 10:19 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Thismay bea certificate issue similar to what I have encountered with my Connect the Windows Vista-based Media Center computer to the Xbox 360 console by using an Ethernet cable.Note In this setup, the console and the computer use "autonet" addresses, such as 169.254.x.x.b. Any ideas? Check This Out
It is a member of the Microsoft Partner Program. I uninstalled Rapport and the Media Center Extender configured without any problems. Somebody please give me the tip that breaks this thing open! Use the router in the primary circuit.
However when I launch Media Center and try the connect to Extender the setting are put back (to manual and not running) somehow. > >In the event log I got the I'm not interested in running it through that computer though. To resolve my issue, I changed my network connection properties back to "HOME NETWORK". RayPS - great guide Lords!
If you do not use a crossover cable, it definitely won't work because the two hosts (the PC and the Xbox) won't be able to communicate with one another. The correct ports cannot be opened Your console can’t connect your PC with Windows Media Center. Please make sure that you are signed into your Xbox360 live account, or sign in using your xbox360 profile account. An Error Was Encountered While Configuring Your Computer For Use With This Extender Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Music, Pictures & Video Media Center » User Name Remember Me?
Crash2009 Posts: 3659Joined: 17 May 2012Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan HTPC Specs: CPU: Phenom II X4 965, Water Kuhler Mobo: Asus M4A78PRO RAM: Corsair 8GB HDD: 120GB SSD, 5TB WD Black We're sorry this article didn't solve your problem. Oh and the Xbox connects fine to Xbox Live and Live is fully functional.Click to expand... I changed my libraries to display the E drive in order for media player and media centre to pick it up etc.
See Also:Microsoft (for more information, see: Support Article ID: 932342) Thursday, March 04, 2010 11:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This is a clean install and it Mcafee Privacy Service Microsoft suggests that you first remove the Media Center Extender certificate. Then I was was able to start the Media Center Extender Service and add my XBox! Use a switch in the secondary circuit and connect the Xbox's and HTPC to the switch.Your Xbox's would be connected to the GIG switch, same place as the HTPC, I believe
It is a legitimate, retail copy of Windows 7 and it is properly activated. Barb Bowman http://www.digitalmediaphile.com Tuesday, December 07, 2010 10:33 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It is encrypted and set to home network but I was still unable to Xbox One Not Connecting To Pc do you see the 360 in the network map? Firewall Blocking Xbox 360 Connection Tuesday, June 26, 2012 7:46 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote are you joined to a domain?
using your PC windows 7, select start - control panel - network and internet - under network and sharing center select, view network computers and devices. ( you may need to http://comvurgent.com/xbox-360/ps3-vs-xbox-360-which-is-better.html Event Xml:
Event Log shows: "Media Center Extender Setup failed to create the PnP device with ID: uuid:10000000-0000-0000-0200-001DD813E499 (timed out after 120000ms)." -
During Windows Media Center Extender Setup, Windows Firewall has to be updated to allow communication between the Windows Media Center–based computer and the Xbox 360 console. How To Setup Windows Media Center On Xbox 360 Personally I only use the routers switch ports for WAP's2) Cable all the 360's and the HTPC to the same Switch3) Disable WiFi on the Xbox's MCUpdate would be an unrelated Media Center Cannot connect to Xbox Media CenterI got windows 7 and a new laptop last week and I've been trying, with no luck, to get the media center on the
However, these instructions include steps that lower security settings or turn off security features on your console. Microsoft suggests that you first remove the Media Center Extender certificate. Barb Bowman www.digitalmediaphile.com Wednesday, May 05, 2010 6:31 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for that Barb there was an update for videos yesterday on windows update Xbox 360 Media Center Extender I never got WMC working, though I stopped trying shortly after messing with the first few things mentioned in this thread.
It happens on both of my Xbox 360's I have set up as Media Center Extenders. The one thing left to try is to connect the XBox directly to the computer, bypassing any network transit. try removing theextender inside Media Center and removing the PC configuration from the Xbox andreset the network parameters to defaults in the Xbox. http://comvurgent.com/xbox-360/xbox-360-red-dot.html Under 'Devices and Printers', it shows that there is an xbox 360 media center extender installed, but it's grayed out.
Before you make these kinds of changes, you should evaluate the risks associated with lowering your console’s security. I have a linsys wrt45g, my lappy is connected wireless and my 360 is wired to the router. From our past experience, the most likely culprit is WiFi/Network.To eliminate WiFi and Network as being "part of" or "the entire" problem1) Don't use the Router as a switch. Fout: Toegang geweigerd.
Even when I connect the laptop directly to the Xbox by an ethernet cable, it still gives me a "Connection Failure" message. Attachments Crash2009 Posts: 3659Joined: 17 May 2012Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan HTPC Specs: CPU: Phenom II X4 965, Water Kuhler Mobo: Asus M4A78PRO RAM: Corsair 8GB HDD: 120GB SSD, 5TB We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Under this it says "Contacting..." and has a series of dots that it scrolls through for what I would guess is about 30 seconds before I receive the error to check
I am running a genuine Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and XBox 360s 250GB with wired ethernet. In the Media section, select Media Center to start the setup process or to try to connect again. Thanks in advance for your replies. stburkett Visitor2 Reg: 26-Feb-2011 Posts: 6 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Xbox 360 and Media Center Extender cannot work with Norton 360 v. 4 Posted: 28-Feb-2011 | 2:23PM • Permalink
I am not running a homegroup, and have disabled the firewall and I still dont see it.