Do you have WindowsXP? If you do, you could use the Remote Desktop
Connection feature. That way, you'd be able to control Windows Media Player
on your desktop from your notebook as if you had a remote control. So,
instead of playing the music from your notebook, use your desktop as a media
server and use your notebook as a remote control. In fact, Pocket PC 2002
would be even cooler for this.
In Windows 2000, this was called Terminal Services.
Windows Media Player SDK
> I want to redirect the sound output of MediaPlayer to the
> sound card on another computer on the network. is that
> some background: I want to do this because the other
> computer on my home network is connected to my home stereo
> system. but I don't want to have to go to that other
> computer when I want to play some music. I want to be
> able to play something from my laptop, but have it play
> thru the computer connected to teh stereo...
> thanks, blas.-