If I change the media libray name, this updates, but nothing else.
My previous system with Vista worked fine, but in Windows 7 nothing seems to work.
I am getting very frustrated as I have been trying to fix this for around 5 hours now.I would prefer not to reinstall Windows to fix this. Genuine Sony Dual Shock3 or Dual Shock4 or Six Axis Controller(s). Minimum of Bluetooth 2.0 EDR Dongle (if using Bluetooth). (Windows 7 shipped with outdated drivers which may cause stability issues) Windows XP and Vista - Run after after installing the SCP Drivers. I am going to see if I can find a 512 stick for a couple of bucks and try it.
That way if it gets fried, I won't be losing much My PS3 gets around to seeing my files when it damn well sees fit and I will LIKE IT. I think it's something to with Windows, but I couldn't find a solution.
When I start the XBox I can see my computer, but I cannot see any of the shared folders. D: is not set to share and the sub folders that I can browse do not exist on the PC. When I add anything to these folder they do not show up either.
No matter what setting I change, leave the homegroup or rejoin, I only get the above folders in the XBox.
Create a directory where you want the Service to run from.
Copy the contents of the Scp Server\bin to the directory you created. I wasn't dismissing your work btw, just refuting the idea that the control wouldn't work because it lacks xinput.
windows 7 media sharing to xbox 360 without media player I know i can use media player 12 in windows 7 to share files to xbox 360 using the libraies, but i used to be able to share without media player and i would like to be able to do that again, but i cant seem to get my shared folders to show up on xbox.