Question RE: DLNA Connectivity

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by M.L., Sep 1, 2012.

  1. M.L.

    M.L. Guest

    Would like to use DLNA to play a DVD from my laptop to my non-DLNA
    widescreen TV.

    Is there a way to provide DLNA compatibility to my laptop? If so, if I
    connect a DLNA-compatible wireless media player to my non-DLNA TV
    would I be able to push DLNA content from the media player to my TV?
    And would I be able to wirelessly push content from my laptop to the
    DLNA media player? Thanks.
    M.L., Sep 1, 2012
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