What to do if you don’t have a console key for Windows Media Center

Remove the existing connection

This can occur if you have previously set up Windows Media Center on your console. To fix this problem, remove the existing computer connection. Here’s how:

  1. On your console, go to the Settings, and then System.
  2. Select Computers.
  3. Select Windows Media Center.
  4. Select Disconnect.
  5. Go back to the Xbox Home and go to Apps, and then select My Apps. Select Windows Media Center. You should now see a setup key. If you have setup questions, see Using Windows Media Center with Xbox 360.

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