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Sorry if this has already been asked, but i couldnt find it:

Is it possible to display my macbook's screen on my tv through my xbox 360? I know there are cables to connect it directly to the tv for this, but I'd rather fiddle with some settings and software and whatnot than pay for something

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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I have never heard about some one doing that before and certainly don't know if it is possible. This article seems to be talking about this, though. Connect your PC to TV Now via your Xbox 360, Wii, or PS3 - TVover.net
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I have never heard about some one doing that before and certainly don't know if it is possible. This article seems to be talking about this, though. Connect your PC to TV Now via your Xbox 360, Wii, or PS3 - TVover.net
Hi Tarek, not quite what I was after but it has solved another problem I was having so thank you very much for that!
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Ah well.. better gain something than nothing at all. Hehe!

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