My current setup is as follows:
1. PS3 is hooked up to my PC monitor via component cables for video
2. PS3 is hooked up to my PC sound card via optic for 5.1 sound
My current monitor does NOT have HDMI connections.
If I purchase a new monitor that has HDMI...
Because this is a completed new scenario with a new modem. That thread was from my 2nd modem and it had problems with static ip's. This thread is with my 3rd modem.
Also stated in my OP there are no firewalls active.
I also understand there are more ports to open, but that's not my...
Can someone give me a hand? I had a Motorola modem then it died and got another modem. New modem wouldn't allow a static ip. Got another modem. New modem static ip works, but now I can't get port forwarding to work.
All I've tried to get to work atm is port 7707 UDP. No such luck.
My old modem crapped out and I now have a new one.
I've used the port forwarding website and I've made a static ip. I have 2 firewalls. One is Comodo firewall and I turned it off. The other is the modems firewall and I've turned that off. I had them on as well and still didn't...
LoL, I've never used Linux for home use at all and have never really looked into it either.
What Linux OS is being used?
To further show I have no idea about wtf I'll also ask is Ubuntu and Linux the same?
IE: I use it at work and at home when doing taxes.
Chrome: I use it JUST to benchmark it. Do not have it installed atm.
FF*: used to be Default browser - Used on everything else.
* I no longer use FF, but an open source 3rd part browser that uses FF's code...
I've got a 24 inch PC monitor and a 5.1 creative sound card with the 5.1 speakers hooked up to it. Is there a shortcut in getting sound to my PC while NOT unhooking anything and getting sound to a Nintendo Wii at the same time?
I currently have my ps2 hooked up to my pc via optics and it...