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Connecting TV to Macbook wirelessly...but can't


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I bought a new Samsung LED HDTV which is internet enabled. The internet TV works well and is picking up signals wirelessly from my Airport Extreme base.

I was then hoping to connect my macbook wirelessly to my new TV for watching movies out of iTune. This where I am having problems. Apparently I need to download from Samsung a software called 'PC Share Manager' before I could do this. As the the name suggests, the software can only be executed in PC environment and not Mac. I tried downloading this software and tried running it, but it won't run on my Mac, therefore, I am not able to connect my mac to my TV wirelessly.

Any suggestions to tackle this problem would be very welcomed.

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You can always run Windows on your MacBook via Boot Camp or from a virtual machine. Your choice.
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You can always run Windows on your MacBook via Boot Camp or from a virtual machine. Your choice.
Can you give me some specifics? I am a novice. I heard of Window for mac. What is book camp and what is a virtual machine?
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You might want to start here:

http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/win...ers-guide.html

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