The major difference I find is if you use Firefox instead of IE, your download will be compleate for some reason IE puts you through the motions of downloading but when you extract it only displays the one file but it dose NOT give any indication if this is a file or a folder and NO EXTENSION AT ALL. However, when downloading with Firefox download via right clicking on file and use link otherwise the file will automatically download and you might not know where lol. After downloading the ps3-radio file
I suggest you use winrar and right click on the ps3-radio.rar file and then click on extract here (that means placing the rar file in a folder of its own). after right clicking on the rar rile it will create a folder (this is a graphic files of flags) and a readme first file, the ps3-radio.exe file and another file or two can't remember. either click on the small square in the ps3-radio folder to highlight it (windows 7), or ctrl + a to highlight all of the files in the ps3-radio folder.
You can either drag aff of those files to the proper folder (c:/program files (x86)/ps3 media server) and place all of the files in there... at THAT point, click on the ps3-radio.exe file and you will see the window that has the 3 step process. the first step can take anywhere from 35 minutes to 2 hours 45 minutes even though the windows says it can take up to an hour... when step one is done downloading all of the pages you will see where it says you have 88,+ lines and after conversion you are left with 33,666 lines.
Step 2 & 3 takes all of 5 seconds each to complete.. now here is where I don't know what happens because the instruction now asks you to turn off ps3 media server to ACTIVATE it (NOTICE: For Windows 7 when you open up ps3 media server, the file is displayed both on the task bar and to the right or to the left of the clock, horn (for speaker), strength bar (for internet) there is a small arrow that points up... if you click on that you will see some icons... one of those icons is the one for ps3 media server if you hover your mouse over it.. BE SURE THAT YOU RIGHT CLICK THAT AND THEN LEFT CLICK ON QUIT OR WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU CLOSED PS3 MEDIA SERVER, YOU REALLY DIDN'T). I then restart my ps3 media server but to no avail the ps3 media does not display the loading of the ps3-radio.exe nor the web.conf. I always look in the TRACE tab (the second tab but it never loads in there at all.
Hopefully one of you computer geek(s) will look at that and let us know how to get that web.conf to display along with the ps3-radio.exe file and prayerfully we all can then enjoy internet radio on our PS3 I know I for one would LOVE to get this mystery/issue solved... I hope this helps someone -Tee-