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help with windows media center

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by kieron121, Apr 3, 2010.

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  1. kieron121

    kieron121 Thread Starter

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    ive recently set up (again) my computer to link with my xbox. now my media center on here has all my photos and music showing. but all i want to see is the music. how do i remove the pictures without deleting them... (so it doesnt come up on my media center on my pc, and my xbox) some photos are personal and i dont want peopl to look at them if they happen to be playing around with my xbox..
    thanks in advance.
     
  2. cybersloth

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    try only shareing your musi folder insted of the whole mydocs
     
  3. kieron121

    kieron121 Thread Starter

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    i've managed to sort out that problem. But now i have another. I was able to watch videos in my video library on the xbox. All the network options are fine. But i installed mcafee internet security on my laptop. And i think the firewall might b blocking my xbox. Is anyone familiar with mcafee07? Need help getting past the firewall without closing everything? Thanks
     
  4. cybersloth

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    not me, personaly i dont like the program.

    you should probably make a new thred in the security section, but remember to do a little research as you can probably set it to alow the necacary services access to the network.

    p.s. mcafee07 as in 2007?, out of date security is as good as none...
     
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