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How can I completely remove Serviio DLNA Server from Windows 7?

I uninstalled Serviio DLNA Server from Windows 7, because I prefer the DLNA server built into my router. But now any DLNA clients I use still recognize this as an available server in the list of ...
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UPnP/DLNA device discovery not working

I'm having trouble discovering UPnP/DLNA devices on my network. Discovery seems to be unreliable; I've tried several UPnP device listing applications both on Windows PCs and Android devices. Often, ...
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Force network traffic to a particular router

I have just had BT Infinity installed and it seems that the BT Home Hub has problems with my DLNA server (PS3 Media Server). This seems to be a known issue judging by the number of posts I have found ...
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56k views

How can I stream a game through VLC to my TV?

Is there a viable solution that can stream live input from PC games such as Left 4 Dead to the TV, possibly using DLNA? I've found a lot of streaming hard- and software, but they're all about sharing ...
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1answer
3k views

How to force Windows 7 to update the DLNA shares?

I am using my Windows 7 to share content via DLNA to my Google-TV. Frequently it doesn't update what it is sharing. At first I thought it was a codec problem, but then the media appeared a couple days ...
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1answer
6k views

How can I connect DLNA devices through NAT?

I have a Windows 7 PC running Serviio as a DLNA server. I have a Samsung I9100G running Skifta as a DLNA renderer (client). My network topology: At the moment, I can connect and watch my videos ...
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2answers
3k views

How do I hook a wirelessly connected DLNA TV to my desktop computer?

I have a Sony LCD TV that is DLNA certified and I want to be able to access the music files from my desktop computer and play them through me television. The two are on opposite ends of the house ...
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do I need to install drivers for a computer which is going to access a NAS attached disk with foreign file system?

I will get straight to the point here, the NAS can read and write to ext4 external USB disks. I will mainly be accessing the NAS through my Mac and Windows 7 laptops through afp,ftp and smb protocols. ...
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How to serve media across home network?

I'm looking to share my media across my home network. Router fully supports running a DLNA server, but I don't know if it'd be better to run the server from my main server computer instead of from the ...