Stream Xbox 360 games over a network (SMB) to an Jtag / RGH360 running Freestyle Dash

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  1. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    It wouldn't hurt to as a test to see if it works, there's only so much i can do for you.
     
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    that's to much of a hazzle for me...

    i wish i could just play from my NAS with FSD3
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    As you can't be bothered what else is their to say? you will never get anywhere with things in life without putting some effort in.
     
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    i know... but i play alot of games on fsd3 online with link... so if i downgrade to FSD2 i can't play online anymore...
     
  5. digiabc

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    I tried this, it is amazing with a wired connection, and even a shitty router. I'd like to know if this works with DLCs? I was hoping to use this for my new RGH installation since I only have 20 gb HDD. Thanks
     
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    It will not work for DLC, that has to be on the internal hard drive.
     
  7. IllMethods

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    I dont seam to be able to download any of this
     
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    You are probably using some security software or browser plugin which blocks the "HTTP referer" we use this to ensure you have clicked on a link from Digiex and not another website linking to our files. You can try right clicking the download link in your web browser and clicking on "copy link address" paste this in to your address bar and see if you can then download.
     
  9. IllMethods

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    Yeah it worked once I told my download manager to ignore this domain name
     

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