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Problems with Windows 8

Postby Jydemagten » Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:40 am

Hey.
I have upgraded my computer to windows 8, and suddently my ps3 media server dosent work :cry:
Its says my ps3 wasent found. If i run the ps3 jar file, it works, but when i play a movie it jumps, and automaticly stops the movie :?
I have chceked every thing in the forums, but cant figure out this proplem.
It would really save my day if one of you could come out with a solution for this! :(
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Re: Problems with Windows 8

Postby meskibob » Mon Dec 03, 2012 3:22 pm

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Re: Problems with Windows 8

Postby jcentricity » Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:22 am

I was able to get PMS 1.7 set work on windows 8.

Here are steps

1. go to control panel services.
2. Ensure Windows Media Player Internet Sharing Service is running
3. Go to Tiles view
4. Put cursor in upper right hand corner to get side menu
5. Click settings
6. Click Ethernet Icon
7. Right Click on Network
8. Turn Sharing ON

9. In PS3 Media Player Force IP address to 127.0.0.1
Forcing port is optional if you run a netstat -a and don't see PMS running on port
change it to a diferent port.

After changes about PMS was able to find my playstation
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Re: Problems with Windows 8

Postby coolgc » Fri Jun 21, 2013 8:33 pm

Has this solution worked for anyone trying to stream from Windows 8 to PS3?

Does this enable everything that we are used to with PSM on Windows 7?

I appreciate the help from this forum. Thanks.
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