Basically, I start a video file, it takes some seconds to load, and when it finally starts, it keeps pausing to buffer... pause for 10 seconds then plays half a second, repeat.
This started happening after upgrading from Windows XP to 7, both 32 bits.
I checked firewall, UPnP (OS and router), PS3 is in DMZ with PC.
The only thing that's changed is the OS, so maybe there is something tricky that I couldn't find. Searched for many similar "entries" but couldn't find anything related.
PC is an AMD A8-3870 with 4GB Ram, streaming to PS3 with latest official firmware. Again, it worked perfectly on Windows XP. Latest version of Java.
When trying to stream a music file, it takes a long time, more than one minute for PS3 to play it.
I tried a beta build, same problem.
Debug info: http://pastebin.com/hBUnjXQf
If more info is needed, please let me know.
Thank you for the time!
EDIT: This Destroying Buffer is strange, I don't remember it.
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DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:26:48.988 [New I/O server worker #2-1] Detected encoding for E:\Seriados\the tomorrow people\The.Tomorrow.People.US.S01E11.HDTV.x264-LOL.srt is WINDOWS-1252.
DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:26:49.009 [Buffered IO End Checker] Stopping process: ffmpeg.exe-12
INFO 2014-03-24 22:26:49.009 [Buffered IO End Checker] Destroying buffer
DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:26:50.646 [Buffered IO End Checker] Stopping process: ffmpeg.exe-13
INFO 2014-03-24 22:26:50.646 [Buffered IO End Checker] Destroying buffer
DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:26:51.477 [Buffered IO End Checker] Stopping process: ffmpeg.exe-14
INFO 2014-03-24 22:26:51.477 [Buffered IO End Checker] Destroying buffer
INFO 2014-03-24 22:26:58.180 [Thread-36] Successfully grown buffer from 50.000.000 bytes to 209.715.200 bytes.
DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:28:38.642 [UPNP-AliveMessageSender] Sending ALIVE...
DEBUG 2014-03-24 22:30:03.474 [Buffered IO End Checker] Stopping process: mencoder.exe-7
INFO 2014-03-24 22:30:03.475 [Buffered IO End Checker] Destroying buffer
EDIT2: Wired connection.
EDIT3: While supposedly streaming, Bitrate keeps changing from 0 to 1, and Max achieved is 6.
EDIT4 (April 2nd): Managed to get a 6 years old notebook, really basic when it was bought, pretty outdated, onboard graphics, pentium dual core around 1,2Ghz, 4GB ddr2 ram, running windows XP. Same router as my main desktop, and it works flawlessly. Ok, so the problem is on windows 7 itself, is there anything I can do?
Of course I tried everything related, whether oficial or not, things that worked out or even steps people tried and didn't work for them, I tried too. I'm out of ideas. Thanks for the time reading this.