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LN46C630 Network

I can't watch video from my PC to my TV.
I connected the TV to my computer with a cross-over cable.
I can see my computer in the DLNA sources on the TV.
I downloaded the program Samsung PC Share Manager, version 4.2 (but it might be for Windows Vista).
I have Windows 7 home premium.
In the Samsunf PC Share Manager, I chose a directory containing videos to be share.
But when I tried to watch a videos on my TV, it says no file ...
Can you help me, please?
Thank you.

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Not all video files are supported.

Since you got no file, it might be there are no supported files there. NOW before we start, all this has been discussed before. I'll not respond to the old questions but skip to the end of the discussion or solutions.

1. Encode the media in supported formats. (If you ask which I refer you to the web and manual.)
2. Try other DLNA servers that transcode on the fly. Google DLNA PC SERVERS to find them.

That's the SHORT and quick answer. The longer discussion is best done over the phone with others that have setup other servers and learned to encode their files for use with this server.

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Partially resolve


I had to allow access in the program PC Share manager.
I can play videos, but the TV keeps loosing the network connection.

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Networking over wifi

Is known to to do that for many reasons. We have a top post in the CNET NETWORKING FORUM for Samsung owners.

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