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New xbox 360 ‘MCE Network Video’

Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by scoopex, 19 Jan 2006.

  1. scoopex

    Wise Guy

    Joined: 15 Nov 2002

    Posts: 1,803

    There is a new video up on the Xbox Live Marketplace for you to download. Available in 480p and 720p, the “MCE Networking Video” shows you why you need a wired connection or a 802.11a network to make your Media Center Extender experience stutter free.

    Size 191.20MB

    :D
     
    Last edited: 19 Jan 2006
  2. NokkonWud

    Caporegime

    Joined: 1 Oct 2004

    Posts: 26,314

    Location: Redcar

    See! I told people here you needed the 'A' band for best performance!

    Score 1 for me!
     
  3. Jabbs

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 6 Feb 2004

    Posts: 7,719

    Location: Rugeley

    Thats all good if you got a harddrive to download it on
     
  4. laiman

    Hitman

    Joined: 11 Mar 2005

    Posts: 964

    Location: Scotland

    plug in a flash drive?
     
  5. BEN_UK

    Mobster

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 3,827

    Location: Nottingham

    Which wireless routers support 802.11a :confused:

    I have been looking at the Netgear WGR614 802.11g 54Mbps Wireless Cable/DSL Firewall Router

    That Router is 802.11g

    Help me please :)
     
  6. Jabbs

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 6 Feb 2004

    Posts: 7,719

    Location: Rugeley

    I though u had to have the offical harddrive to download anything off the members market ?
     
  7. Memphis

    Capodecina

    Joined: 13 Jan 2004

    Posts: 12,204

    Location: Inverness


    You do.

    You can't save to anything other than the official Hard Disk or Memory Card.
     
  8. Psyk

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 18 Oct 2002

    Posts: 8,444

    Location: Leamington Spa

    Hmm 802.11a isn't very common. It's the same speed as 802.11g and it's incompatible with 802.11b and g networks. What does it say in the video about it? It seems odd to me because not many people are going to have an 802.11a network.