Having just bought a Trendnet Wave 520 (http://www.amazon.com/TC-LINK-TL-W520-10-Port-Header/dp/B0000B6PL2) USB to SPX PCI expansion card that will permit SPX, RT compatible SPX recordings to be played back over the network, the idea occurs to me that these two devices, linked together over the LAN:
1) Upload the SPX audio to the website; 2) change the SPX preset ID (which is how you communicate with the SPX device) to point to the website where the audio is stored; 3) The SPX device will start streaming the audio.
They also don't like the PC and just keep giving me different error messages. Now it says something about not being able to open the used dvd stream protocol and something about the embedded or installed dvd stream protocol.
This movie was recorded using the Amazon Fire TV due to concerns over the Netflix restrictions. Here's the first clip. I'd like to point out that this is a very rough and untutored attempt using the default Bluetooth speakers in the package, so it is not refined and has some stability issues. Still, it's pretty good-looking stuff and if you can connect this baby to a home theater system it should make an interesting addition.
Now when you get to the desktop, everything should be back to normal! The next time you manually download and install updates, make sure to uncheck the WGA Notifications Tool from the updates list and choose to hide it from being offered in future d2c66b5586