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    Hi JPINGEL,

    Have you enable the tv to browse PC files .

    I think its ,

    on the tv goto home.
    network settings,
    switch browse pc files on

    Cheers
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    ALL,

    Please read this thread first:

    http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1313252

    Note: The European & NAFTA version of PMC are very different from each other.

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    @ JPINGEL

    Did your ever try to ping the TV set from the PC? If so, did you succeed?
    If there's no response from the TV set, there might be some reasons:
    (1) both PC and TV set are situated in different subnets (check the IP addressing parameters in order to make sure)
    (2) the router is blocking the TV set from accessing your network (DHCP should not work at all in this scenario; MAC address filtering might be active)

    Otherwise:
    (3) your PC's firewall is not letting WMFC through to communicate with other network devices (like your TV)
    (4) WFMC did not start with admin rights (I'd have a try since this one is the most common issue)

    I know that there's a slim chance that several PC units are configured wrong, but I've seen enough strange things to actually give it a shot.

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