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As of last update this issue still exists. Pootcrum09-02-2009, 03:22 AMDont know if this helps thorne but i find i have the same problem every now and then (Im using TVersity to stream, and on XP Pro SP3). thats a bit gutting Honestly, every single thing you've ever posted that I've read is nothing but fucking SPAM. I'm not a fucking moron, thanks. Check This Out

Anyway, here is what I got back: Seems like our buddy Arnold didn't even read my problem. Howdy, Stranger! Wishful thinking. After that, it can't see any videos in the folder, can't even connect to the computer until I restart my computer and try again.

To protect your privacy, please do not include contact information in your feedback. I am using a wired connection. A little better this time but still no luck. Never helped before, but maybe they will this time.

Right click, and restart the process. 5. I made sure on my computer that my xbox is allowed to do this. Make sure that your computer is turned on, connected to the network, and running media-sharing software. All rights reserved.

To do this, click the Settings button. Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. Some error message popped up when I was trying to watch videos. Jethrow09-08-2009, 01:43 AMall i know really is i use the new windows media player and when i go to sharing i select my xbox.

Logged Print Pages: [1] « previous next » D-Link Forums > D-Link ShareCenter Network Storage > DNS-321 > XBOX 360 53-C00DF238 Error SMF 2.0.12 | SMF © 2016, Simple Machines Open the task manager and End all of the Windows Media Player process trees. (For me there is 2. Worked for me. I've escalated the issue and hope to get someone competent.

Reply will be posted here. There, you'll find guidelines on conduct, tips on getting the help you may be searching for, and more! Registered in England 112955. I called up MS, and they couldn't figure it out and told me ill have to send it back.

It looks like you're new here. his comment is here Store Store home Devices Microsoft Surface PCs & tablets Xbox Virtual reality Accessories Windows phone Software Office Windows Additional software Apps All apps Windows apps Windows phone apps Games Xbox One Create one now!OR Login with Digital Spy account Help me solve media sharing problems once and for all! i had the same problem and i did what the above quote suggests.

Cheers, Ruler Ruler 14 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Ruler 14 Previous Thread | Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Home Help Search Login Register D-Link Forums > D-Link ShareCenter Network Storage > DNS-321 > XBOX 360 53-C00DF238 Error « previous next » Pages: [1] Print Author Topic: XBOX 360 53-C00DF238 Re-enabled the media share to the 360. this contact form It's just so wierd, what changes one day to stop it working I wonder, there has to be something going on?

GrimFandango View Public Profile Find More Posts by GrimFandango 25-03-2008, 02:51 #9 Ralph777 Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2004 Posts: 956 Quote: Originally Posted by christocar Try rolling back Basically it can see all the folders and files, but 9 times out 10, it will not play them now, however if I just keep pressing on the file over and Thread Tools Search this Thread 22-03-2008, 22:56 #1 darkknight77 Forum Member Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: Chelmsford Posts: 3,245 Help me solve media sharing problems once and for all!

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See details > 1 Share this page Xbox Support Xbox One Xbox 360 Getting started Accessories Apps Console Error codes Networking Security Store Warranty and service Windows Media Center Xbox Live And the "Windows Media Center Extender" works fine, but I don't like using it because it takes way too long to load (over 20 minutes!). To do this, click the Settings button. Error code 53-C00DF238.

I was getting pissed and asked why would i have to send it back, this doesn't make sense. What the hell. On the whole, though, I always find streaming software tricky and temperamental too. http://thetechevent.com/xbox-error/xbox-error-67.html Start Media Player 11, click Library , and then click Media Sharing . 3.