Alright I have dial-up that I use to download patches and stuff on my 360. I use internet connection sharing to connect to Xbox Live, and it worked fine with XP. I set up ICS on XP and I would be able to download all the patches perfectly.
Now with vista its pissing me off. I set up ICS the same way, and I could connect to Xbox Live. The problem is with the dashboard update. Whenever I try to download it on my 360 it says something along the lines of: "The download could not be completed. Do network settings to see if everything passes (which it does) or go to xbox.com/support."
My question is why in the world will, with Vista, it not download the daashboard updates. If it was with XP it would of downloaded it no problem. But now Vista is just annoying. I mean, I can connect to Xbox Live but it just doesn't download. Do any of you have a clue?
My setup is as follows. In my dial-up sharing tab I have checked "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's internet connection" and "Allow other network users to control or disable the shared internet connection." In the settings I have everything checked which is for services running on your network that internet users can access.
In my LAN settings for Internet Protocal V4 (TCP/IP) properties I have it to use the IP address 192.168.0.1 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and the default gateway and dns servers are blank. How can I make it so things download?