Also, have you installed or activated any security software on your PC since the last time your PS3 Media Server folders were updating correctly? I just never liked Media Player becuase it doesnt' put it in directories like media server did. System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion Elite HPE-410f OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU AMD Phenom x6 1045t Motherboard N/A Memory 8 GB Graphics Card ATI Radeon HD 5570 Sound Card Realtek Highdefinition Audio / 5.1 Dolby Setup Monitor(s) Displays HP w2207h Widescreen Screen Resolution 1680*1050 Howdy, I have used the search function already but didn't find this specific issue. WDTV Live Setup: Intending to use the media server function in WMP to playout to the WDTVSony Media Player DLNA Server problems Sony Network Media Player SMP-N100.Cheers, Walker Windows Outreach Team System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Pavilion dm3 (netbook) *** 27" i Mac (Dual-Boot) OS Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) *** Windows XP SP3 (32-bit), OSX 10.6 CPU AMD Athlon Neo X2 1.6GHz *** Intel Core i7 Quad Core 2.8GHz Memory 4.00 GB *** 4.00 GB Graphics Card ATI Radeon HD 3200, 384MB *** ATI Radeon HD 4850, 1GB Sound Card ATI High Definition Audio *** ATI High Definition Audio Monitor(s) Displays LG Flatron W2053TX Screen Resolution 1600 x 900 (monitor), 1266 x 768 (laptop) *** 2560 x 1440 Actually I never really resolved the issue. Since then I got my actual desktop server up and running again, so there's no problem. Problem playback from shows recorded in Media Center staggers stutters.I still find it kind of weird how I was able to watch the videos that were already there in the listings, but no matter how many times I restarted the laptop and/or PS3, it wouldn't update its listings. TV is connected to Sony Media Player and it seems to work fine streaming Net Flix and other videos from the internet direct. Hello all, First of all I'm new to the forum, but have come for many different issues, and have been unable to find any actual threads about my particular issue.I have been racking my brain for about a week now trying to figure out where I'm going wrong or if there is just no possible way to do...If you just want to run official software and games, though, updating is the best choice.
You need to have a wireless internet connection in order to use this method, so if you connect your computer via a cable or telephone connection and don't use the internet on your PSP, you'll need to choose a different option.
The Windows desktop firewall is enabled by default.
You have to give permission for communication between “javaw.exe” and your home network.
Fortunately, updating your PSP's firmware is not difficult, though it can be a little confusing at first.
Keep in mind, however, that if your want to run homebrew programming, updating your firmware might not be the best choice.