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Windows 7 media centre cannot find 360 over a wireless bridged connection.

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I am trying to set up my Xbox 360 as an extender but have been failing miserably. : /
I have my Windows 7 pc connected directly to the router, and have my 360 bridged to my macbook. I understand that this is probably the problem.
I was able to successfully complete the process when I hooked up the 360 directly to my PC, but I can't keep it that way because they are in different rooms. Is there any way to have the 360 recognised in the network through this bridged connection? Thanks in advance!
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