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I have had my ps3 about a week now, and its updated to the latest firmware, but i have had little luck in getting my music to stream. Its the strangest problem, as my pictures and videos stream fine, but when i goto the music tab, it generates the above error and says that there are no tracks. I have double and triple checked WMP11 and the music files (mp3's) are definately being shared (I can access them on my 360 with no issues). I have tried resetting the ps3 media sharing setting, resetting my router and PC, and turning them back on again, but with no luck.
I can access Playstation Network with no trouble and can use the web browser with no problems either, so its not an access problem. I think it must lie with WMP11, or my firewall, but as I can access pictures and videos, I dunno if it can be the firewall...
I am accessing wirelessly on a WPA protected network, with a fixed IP (DHCP is turned off). I have double checked allmy wireless settings too, and re-entered them, and still no luck.
If anyone has any ideas, I would love to hear them!
I am having the same issue. Reading over the internet and I am seeing several others with the issue. I just got my PS3. I updated it to the latest firmware (2.52 I think). I am running Windows XP with media center. Just about everything works: Pictures, Video......... and audio "playlists" work but trying to just view the list of music (not playlists) gives me the DLNA Protocol Error 7522.
What is the solution?
I'm having the same error message as will since firmware 2.50 using WinXP and WMP10, an update to 2.52 did not change the behaviour at all. As I am pretty desparate as one of the core functionalities of the PS3 (aka audio streaming) does not work at all I will try http://tversity.com/ and see if it is Windows Media Player related - which I doubt as there are reports that Sony change the DLNA profile of the PS3 with f/w 2.50.
I suggest to add testing of media streaming functionalities before a new firmware goes live.
I have been doing a bit of playing with my PC and PS3, and i think I might have cracked it, although I may have just got lucky.
My mp3 collection is... sizable (about 32gb) and I was sharing the whole lot over the network. My friend suggested that it may be due to the sheer volume of tracks that the PS3 can't parse all the information, and thus displays the error, I was scepticle as my 360 has no problems whatsoever. Anyway, i started by removing all music folders from the sharing list in WMP11 and then restarted everything and then started adding folders one at a time.
And it worked. Even though I have now only got about 25% of my music shared, at least I can now listen to the stuff I like the most, and adjust what I share when I want to change. Its a fix, but certainly not ideal, as it should be able to handle all the music, not just a small selection. Over the coming week, i will progressivly add more music on the share list and see if i can find the "limit" so to speak and let you guys know.
Like i said, it worked for me, but I don't know what you guys' circumstances are, but lets hope its of some help!
Use PS3 Media Server and you will not get the 7522 error! :-)
I get this same error. I have a different work around then downloading a new software or reorganizing your entire library. If you create a playlist and just include all of your music on that playlist the PS3 will read and play all of your music. At least this seems to work for me although I'm not entirely sure that my entire music collection is there.Creating playlists in WMP seems to work for me.
i have tried the ps3 media server and it recognises all y tracks but it plays with no sound and if i just use media sharing on old way it wont even load the tracks aarrrggghhhh
I've just got a PS3 and updated my firmware. I'm still getting this error. Is this something Sony still hasn't addresssed?
just started getting the same error to, not added anything new to my music folder though :S
One common problem is the length of file paths, this is made up of names of the folders and files put together.
It is not so much the size of the libary but the length of the file path, although having a large library organised into lots of folders can lead to the same effect.
Try redusing the names on files and folders that are long, if that doesnt work tryredusing the amount of levels.
It doesn't matter which operating system you are using or if it is a dedicated device like a NAS, it has the same effect.
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