on 22-10-2011 06:06 PM
Borrow a different router.
This is looking more and more like a hardware clash of technology. Were the router won't allow the communications.
on 07-11-2011 12:16 AM
i have used tversity successfully up untill a recent playstation update, i really dont see any other reasoning for it to happen.
i've tried countless others, but to no avail, would be good to know if playstation has changed things, so i can either rule out that as an issue, or deal with that fact, i have a new tv which supports an external drive which is smoother, but still would be nice to know.
07-11-2011 04:12 AM - edited 07-11-2011 04:24 AM
Right Ill ignore the high jacking of the Thread for PS3MS.
Tversity is used Buy to many PS3 users for you to be the first for it to brake on, after such a Long time from the Latest firmware updates.
There first port of call will be TVersity forums have you checked there for any microsoft security patch updates that could brake your version. (Theres nothing for over a month in the PS3 section )
Also are you on the Very latest TVersity Release 1.9.7
Ill check USA forums as well... nope Nothing on there to help.
OK now yes it taken directly from a TV show but...
Picks up phone...
"Have you power cycled the Router and PC."
"Thats shut it down completely and Disconnected both at the mains plug for over 1 min".
"Yes sorry but that fixes so many networking problems."
Waits 1 min
" No problem, good buy"
other wise.... Can't help with TVersity. wait for another user.
on 21-11-2011 03:32 PM
on 15-04-2012 11:29 PM
Can i just say i empathise with the guy who is struggling to get his PS3 and PC linked up as i had the same issue and i have been searching all over the forums for an asnwer but sadly a lot of peoples first reply is "have you googled it?".Usually people come to a forum for help when google isnt giving the answers they seek! Anyways i just want to say THANK YOU to this forum for the advice about TVersity,i downloaded it and now im able to copy all my library content to my PS3,wish i had read this sooner,thanks again,very much appreciated.
on 17-12-2012 09:45 PM
I know this started as a post a long time ago, but i have been reading everyware and i got it working.
I had all the same symtoms except when i had the local firewall dissabled in Windows 7 it worked.
The key is to run wrapper.exe in the PS3 media server folder detailed below and it will create the relevant firewall rules for you.
2) Run wrapper.exe in ..\PS3 Media Server\win32\service and allow it access in the Windows Firewall (or if you use another fw, create an allow rule manually for your local network).
Original article here
on 03-03-2013 12:26 AM
I know this is necroposting, but I had this issue today and couldn't find an answer after googling for a long time. Anyway, after fiddling around with the network settings, I figured out how you can solve an issue much like this. But before going into details, I will just post my setup:
So I am running the server off of a Windows 7 64bit OS and I am connected to a wireless repeater that is connected to my router, which my PS3 is connected direcrtly by Cat5.
To solve the issue, I forced the IP address of both the PS3 and the server.
- General Settings Tab
- Force IP of the Server: Insert the IP of the PC running PS3 Media server
- Use IP Filter: Insert the PS3's IP Address
After doing these steps, I solved my issue.
Hopefully this isn't already posted up or that there is a newer thread. I found this thread while googling.
on 03-03-2013 11:31 PM
Repeat of post 10 as you said it was already posted..
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