sry not much help. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Every 10-15 mins video's re buffer after it is done "Loading..." Video fast forwards a little then stop while the audio plays at normal speed until both audio and video are Logged Print Pages:  « 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 http://downloadmunkey.net/xbox-error/xbox-fix-error-13.php
Still not working properly on my new or old machines!! (Needless to say I'm really considering jacking it in and buying a PS3 or an Apple TV) darkknight77 View Public I also have ports 53, 80, 88, and 3074 opened on the 360, and 1900, 2869, 10280-10284, and 10243 opened on my computer that is sharing. Trending Are girl gamers real? 38 answers What is the scariest game you ever play? 25 answers Do you still play Pokemon Go? 110 answers More questions Xbox one or PS4? I couldn't turn it off and it wouldn't pick up on my computer system.
I'll follow up stating these suggestions failed once again. As of last update this issue still exists. I tried moving everything from 'My Videos' into a new folder, and adding that folder to be watched for media from WMP11. Anyways, dont know if it will help your situation, but hope it does.
Slormer09-08-2009, 10:02 PMI guess MS Support ran out of ideas. 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 I made sure on my computer that my xbox is allowed to do this. No, I haven't.
Yeah it looks like a design fault with either the windows sharing or the 360! I've actually already tried the fix she suggested. Anyway, here is what I got back: Hello Brett, Thank you for contacting Microsoft online support for XBOX. It was working a few days ago as well and now recently, today and yesterday, it isn't working.
Still attempted the restart service, but no luck. i've never heard of it just stop working before. I read someone say "All I had to do was set my Xbox up as an extender again with a new code. Worked for me.
Anyhow, after he turned his sharing off i was good to go. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. Logged D-Link Multimedia Poweruser Level 7 Member Posts: 1066 Re: XBOX 360 53-C00DF238 Error « Reply #1 on: May 08, 2009, 12:03:51 PM » It is a bug...and it has already Any ideas?
I have found a temporary fix, but i'm hoping someone can build on it or offer further suggestions??? 1. get redirected here Wishful thinking. More questions Xbox 360 VS Playstation 3? EDIT2: I have another computer on the same network with the same settings, except Vista.
It gives the error code 53-C00DF238. Dont know why it decides to drop connection but it does. I found that by creating my own folders to share on the network and putting the audio/video inside them, the xbox decided to pick them up the majority of the time. navigate to this website I'm on wireless on my laptop and wired on the 360.
I haven't had any luck trying to figure this out either... I'm assuming it has something to do with a Windows Media Center Edition PC, which I don't have. Note: You can configure more sharing options.
Maybe also make sure you aren't double-sharing the folder with two different streaming programmes - that can cause trouble sometimes. He would have clearly seen that I have WMP11 correctly set up and sharing, because I can stream music fine until I attempt to play a video, then it all goes christocar View Public Profile Find More Posts by christocar 24-03-2008, 18:47 #7 Jonesey Forum Member Join Date: Mar 2002 Location: XBL-J0n3seY.PSN-MrJ0n3s3Y Posts: 678 Could it be a channel clash I was getting pissed and asked why would i have to send it back, this doesn't make sense.
I called up my internet provider, which is the same as his and they told me my 360 just mysteriously picked up his signal and because his sharing was ON i EDIT: After restarting both the 360 and the computer, none of the videos in the new folder work. I got a new PC last week, and for a week I've had media sharing working perfectly, then tonight, for no apparent reason it's started behaiving just like my old PC my review here You can only upload a photo or a video.
If you don't have anything to contribute, if you don't have anything intelligent to say, if you don't even have a fucking OPINION to post, don't bother posting!!! Generated Sat, 05 Nov 2016 17:40:11 GMT by s_wx1194 (squid/3.5.20) TV MOVIES MUSIC SHOWBIZ SOAPS GAMING TECH FORUMS Follow Follow facebook twitter google+ instagram youtube TV MOVIES MUSIC SHOWBIZ SOAPS GAMING It looks like you're new here. Re-enabled the media share to the 360.
You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM. Transferring pokemon from Red/Blue to Sun/Moon? To do this, visit the following Xbox Web site: http://www.xbox.com/PCSetup 2. After doing some external diagnostics on my network outside of plex I can confirm that the Xbox never looses connection from the computer/server.
thats a bit gutting Honestly, every single thing you've ever posted that I've read is nothing but fucking SPAM. You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. I've allowed media sharing in WMP11 by clicking Library and allowing the 360. roll back WMP to v10 and install windows media connect.
Just check i guess since its a laptop it couldve maybe switched off sharing for the 360, i dunno. . What could be the problem? To do this, click the Settings button. It's a really frustrating problem, but sorry I can't think of anything! (Probably why the lack of replies) SjayaK View Public Profile Find More Posts by SjayaK 22-03-2008, 23:43
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Apparently NXE played with some settings or something, so if you get the same error message now you know how to fix it." Any ideas? Related Issues Error & status code search Play DVDs on your Xbox 360 console Connections: Windows Media Center PC support Back to top Was this article helpful? Click to select the Share my media to check box, select your Xbox 360 from the list, and then click Allow.
I've always had better luck just skipping right over these first tier support guys, let's see if it works this time.