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Windows 7: Using PS3 media server with Windows 7

23 Sep 2009   #1

Using PS3 media server with Windows 7

Hi! i recently installed Windows 7 , and thn now PS3 media server to stream files to my PS3 using Router

I ve kept the Default settings for my router as i used to use in Windows XP

my PS3 media server detects my PS3 and it shows all the folders shared bt cant seee any files , any [avi, mkv, mpeg ] wh i have shared through my PS3 media server

When i browse the directories of Media server from my PS3 i get a message at the end as "no images found" can anybody tell me why this is happening

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15 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7

I get the same problem for some reason, and some times my ps3 will be disconnected from my media server for some reason.

Also, i am always getting errors on the PS3Media server saying that it cannot detect my ps3, can someone please help me out?

I have configured my windows to enable UPNP and the router as well. Port Forwarded the port for ps3 media server. I have no idea what im doing wrong
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17 Mar 2010   #3


Dude i found the sloution to the problem much back , when the files are not being detected jus use the " restart HTTP server" option from the PS3 media server , if u have any shuttering problems then jus enable the option called "Completely Disable Subtitles" from the configurations tab ,well even my PS3 gets disconnected sometimes from the PS3 media server bt it happens very less , and yeah jus turn off the Computer sleep option to "Never" when idle option from the power options menu in the control panel

Hope this helps u

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