Klaas47 wrote:This is for people who have their PC on before they turn on their PS3.
The install as windows service option wasn't working for me. The PMS icon would appear on the PS3 if my PS3 was on BEFORE I turn my PC on. However, when my PC is already on and I switch on the PS3, it didn't find PMS automatically. I manually had to restart PMS. So, I figured out a way to have windows automatically start PMS whenever I switch on the PS3. This is working on a wired connection with Vista 64bit. I can't vouch for any other combination, but here is how to do it:
tasklist | find "javaw.exe" > nul
if ERRORLEVEL 1 goto Process_NotFound
cd "%PROGRAMFILES%\ps3 media server"
Klaas47 wrote:Thank you for that reply. Couldn't find how to do it with build-in tools. This makes the PV program obsolete.
You are right on the money. I indeed am using Vista 64 bit with internet connection sharing. This is because I only have 1 gbit connection on my motherboard, which I am using for my PS3.
I am not using a firewall however. I have it switched off. I'm also not sure what multicasting is. If you can point me into a direction how to fix this, that would be great.
C:\>route -p add 220.127.116.11 mask 240.0.0.0 192.168.2.100 metric 1
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