I recently formatted my PC to put in a new SSD. I created two partitions, one for OS (win 7 64bit) and one for apps, and I use the mechanical drive to store all my movies and music.
Before I formatted I was using TVersity media server to stream to my Panasonic p60st60 TV with its built in DLNA app over my wireless network. Everything worked fine until I formatted.
Now when I try to stream to my TV the movie takes a couple minutes to load, and then plays extremely choppy. I have tried 3 different media servers and gotten the same result. I am going to stick with Plex media server, but I'm guessing the problem is with my PC or the network.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
So I found the solution to the problem. I have a ASRock Z68 Extreme3 motherboard, when I initially built my PC I put the driver CD in and just selected "Install all". This ended up installing, what I thought at the time, was just some bloatware called XFast LAN and XFast USB. I decided to just give the XFast LAN utility a try, so I installed it, and sure enough everything works like a charm now. Pretty impressed by that little utility. Thank you for taking the time to reply!