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Old 11-11-2009
guidolheat
 

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Trying to connect to XBOX Live...

hi. i own Windows Vista Home Premium 32..
I am trying to connnect my XBOX to XBOXLive trough my Laptop, I have
followed the steps everyone online has given me, however I am having a
problem bridging my Local Network and my Wireless Connection
Network...When I try to Bridge them this message shows up...
"To create a Network Bridge, You must select at least 2 LAN or High
Speed Internet Connections that are not being used by Internet
Connection Settings"

Can someone help me solve this problem? usually my friends connect to
XBOXLive this way but their computer never makes a problem with them
Bridging the etworks...
Thanks in advance...


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Old 02-05-2010
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Re: Trying to connect to XBOX Live...

Hi.

This is what you have to do to connect an Xbox360 to Xbox Live through
a 32bit Vista computer:

1. Plug in an internet cable between the computer and the Xbox, and
make sure the Xbox is turned on.

2. Create a bridge between the wireless network and the local network
- Go to: Network Connections
- Mark BOTH the Local Network and the Wireless Networks you want to
make a bridge between.
- Right click, and choose "Create bridge between connections"

Now the Xbox360 should be connected to Xbox Live.

I might be mistaken, but it seems your problem is that you haven't
chosen both of the connections you need to make a bridge.

Hope this helps


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