have you got it set-up correctly on your "server" pc?Originally Posted by ShawVAuto
once installed, double click to open the tversity program, then in the
notification area (task bar) you will see the icon for tversity. if it's
a "pink" colour, that means the service is not running. right click on
the pink icon and select "start sharing" (or similar).
you'll then need to add photo's / music /video in the "add" media
also ensure that any third party firewall software is configured to
allow the Wii to access the "server" pc.
if you have more than one pc on your network, it would probably be
wise to issue the "server" pc with a fixed / static IP address to prevent
the Wii trying to connect to the wrong pc.
if all the above is correct, on the Wii go into internet channel and
type the following URL: http://tversity_host:41952/flashlib
(replacing tversity_host with the IP of the "server" pc, so the URL
for example, would look like http://192.168.1.2:41952/flashlib)
you should now be able to connect and stream your media files.