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What should we get?” I replied – download the Internet Channel for 500pts, and then set up TVersity on a computer so you can play video/podcasts through your Wii! To me, this sounds really simple, but I know that isn’t the case for everyone. So I’ll walk you through it a bit… TVersity is a great piece of software! WHAT IT DOES: TVersity started life cataloging audio, video and pictures on your computer, and serving them up to a remote box on your network via streaming.
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Here’s how to connect it to your Windows 7 computer as a mapped drive. First of all, you need to go to and use your Windows Live account (the same you use to access Hotmail, Messenger, Windows Live Mail or MSN) to log in and create the folders you want to use by using the New menu. You can create private and shared folders and customize the access for every one of them. After your have created your folders, you will need to link your computer to your online ID so it can access them without asking for credentials every time. Click on the Start Menu button and select Control Panel.
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