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PREPARE YOUR COMPUTER TO STREAM MEDIA FILES
To enable media sharing, you need a home network and a networked
digital media player. A networked digital media player, also known as a digital media
receiver, is connected to your network and plays the content shared by WMP on your Windows 7
machine. Suitable digital media receivers include other Windows 7 PCs and the Xbox 360, as well
as a number of standalone units that can be found by visiting microsoft.com/windows/
To connect a digital media receiver to your network, you can use an Ethernet cable or a wireless
network adapter. Consult the documentation that comes with your device for more information on
getting it connected to your home network. If you are connecting another Windows 7 PC as a digital
media receiver or setting up a new home network
After your device is connected to the network, turn it on and
complete any configuration steps that may be needed to finalize
the installation. After your device is fully connected and operational,
complete the following steps to enable media sharing on
your Windows 7 PC with your newly installed digital media
- Click the Stream menu and select Turn On Media Streaming With HomeGroup from the drop-down options.
- In the Media Streaming Options dialog, click the Turn On Media Streaming button
- Select the types of media you’re willing to share among HomeGroup computers (for example, Pictures, Video, Music) and which computers to allow or block, then click OK.
- The first time through you are given an automatically generated HomeGroup password. Write this down and click Finish.
After you have sharing enabled, you are ready to play your media on your new digital media
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