on 12-03-2009 10:58 PM
I usually think what is new that I could do with my PS3 today if I have switched it on. So far it has access to over 4TB of network read/copy storage, 320GB read/write storage, Linux, TV, wireless kb/mouse, 7.1 HD surround.
I have been trying to bridge it to my Vista laptop but so far zero success, not even with RK File Server. I think I might get more success through the Nero Home Media as this can push to PS3 and instead of PS3 pulling from another source as with all other products.
The idea is to create a local web space that will let the PS3 upload to my laptop, I may need to brush up on the Java or Flash skills. One big question... I get a webpage to read the NTFS filesystem but how the hell can I get the page to read the PS3 file system if I don't know what file system it using lol....
12-03-2009 11:18 PM - edited 12-03-2009 11:19 PM
Its good to have a 60gb back...
Just got my refurb today after my one got the YLOD.
@RedDragan the ps3 uses the FAT32 file system.
13-03-2009 08:20 PM - edited 13-03-2009 08:21 PM
on 14-03-2009 12:36 AM
on 18-03-2009 01:09 PM
on 18-04-2009 04:06 PM
The PS3 does not use FAT32. It can read FAT32 external hard drives. The PS3 file system is suspected to be a propriety file system built by sony itself.
Im sure thats not true
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