- 1). Power on your D-Link router.
- 2). Power on the Xbox 360. Plug the USB Wi-Fi adapter into the back of the Xbox, if you have an older model. Newer models include have a wireless adapter built in. Refer to your console's documentation if you are unsure.
- 3). Navigate to "My Xbox," then "System Settings." Select "Network Settings."
- 4). Select "Configure Network," then "Basic Settings," then "Wireless Mode." Select "Scan for Networks."
- 5). Select your D-Link router's network name, enter your passphrase and select "Done." Select "Test Wireless Connection" to ensure it is working properly.
- 6). Power on your PC with Windows Media Center. Connect to the D-Link network by selecting the Windows Start menu and clicking "Connect To," if it does not connect automatically.
- 7). Open the Windows Media Center application on the PC, via the Start menu. Select "Tasks" from the Media Center's "Start" screen and select "Add Extender..." Click "Next."
- 8). Navigate to "My Xbox," then "Windows Media Center" on your Xbox 360. Follow the instructions to set up the media center. You will obtain an eight-digit alphanumeric code.
- 9). Select "Enter Setup Key" on your PC and enter the eight-digit code to pair the two. Follow the remaining instructions on your PC to complete the setup. Click "Finish."
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