How to setup Google Chromecast with Windows PC to watch DivX on your TV

This Windows tutorial explains how to setup Google Chromecast with Windows PC to watch DivX on your TV.Google Chromecast is a media streaming device that plugs into the HDMI port on your TV and you can cast you favorites applications, videos, DivX via Android phone, tablet, iPhone, iPad, Mac or Windows Pc or laptop.

You need the following requirements to setup Google Chromecast

1. Google Chromecast device. You could buy it from Google website ( for the price of $35. You could also check how much Google Chromecast cost.2. Windows 8 or Windows 7 PC with wireless network adapter and Chrome browser installed.3. TV with HDMI port.

Setup Google Chromecast with Windows PC

1. Connect you Chromecast device to your TV. It should be connected in the HDMI port and in the TV USB for power supply (if you have not USB port then you could use the power supplier cable). After properly connection the device begin to flash.Google Chromecast Setup TV2. Turn you TV and go the MENU section. Find the INPUT section and choose the HDMI channels till you see the Chromecast screen with the name of the device WIFI network.3. Turn on your Windows PC and install the Chrome browser ( Open you Internet connection/available WIFI networks and connect to your device network (what you see on your TV screen). Later, during setup you could change this default name.5. Launch the Chrome browser and open the setup page at ( Follow the Setup Wizard.7. After successfully installation you could see the Google cast icon on the upper right corner of your Chrome browser.8. You will have 2 options to play your DivX, AVI or other video format files via “Cast this tab” and “Cast entire screen”. For the first option you should have the “DivX Web Player” installed and play the DivX movies via your web browser.Google Chromecast Fullscreen9. Choose the option “Cast entire screen”.10. Start your favorite DivX player and watch directly on your large TV screen.Happy Watching! 🙂

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