04-13-2007 #11SL00 Guest
is any one using ps3proxy on windows vista 32 bit? i have the same issue of "program already running" i've tried to adjust compability to XP/SP2 but it didn't work as well.. any ideas?
04-14-2007 #12Mintor Guest
EDIT - changed to the other version of PS3Proxy. Nevermind
04-14-2007 #13rick2733 Guest
I cant get ps3 proxy to install on my pc, do i need to put linux on the ps3 and install it there, sorry for the newb question and im sure it has been asked many times i keep getting a file mising error
04-14-2007 #14OnA XM202 Guest
04-14-2007 #15Duff Man Guest
i found the 3r1c version to only work on my laptop but the CF3B5 version works on all my computers, another problem with the 3r1c version was that my laptop would crash when the files were anything bigger than 280mb-ish. So the CF3B5 version solved all my problems and is awesome!!!
My thoughts for getting ps3proxy.gui to work is the dotnet fix files, in my experience 2 is NOT a direct upgrade of 1.1 - they can BOTH be installed - that helped get my proxying working, and the guides in this tread are already top notch - together you should (fingers crossed) be ok
"It's all going dark for Duff Man.... Like Duff Stout - the beer that made Ireland famous"
04-14-2007 #16Pugamall Guest
Ok I have trawled through the pages to check for answers before I post I can see nothing that matches, so here goes:
Can I assume that you run a seperate wirless adaptor to run this, ie I run a wireless router (Which my pc and my Wii and PS3 use to connect to normally), but I also have a Wifi Max to run psp's and Ds's and the like.
Do I connect PC through router and make a network connection to my PS3 through my wifi max, ie change the address on my wifi so the ps3 connects to the internet through my PC internet connection sharing ?
as I have followed steps, but my PS3 wont connect to playstation store, so I cant get as far as redirecting, I got to assume I am getting the wrong end of this ?
Help me pls as been on it hours now and its driving me mad, lol
04-15-2007 #17Mintor Guest
I figured it out with another method of installing demos/bypassing firmware check using just ps3proxy:
1) What do you need
2) Actual installation
- Create a ps3-updatelist.txt and put this in exactly as you see it.
[Register or Login to view code]
Now save this to an easy to remember location!
- go to my computer or somewhere with windows explorer browser and open the following file c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts in notepad.
- in notepad add the following to the end of your hosts file
[Register or Login to view code]
save the file and exit
- go to the ps3.proxyserver.gui and go to proxy setting tab and for ip address enter the router ip of the computer that you are running the program with.
- in replace files tab, click add, 1 line with 2 columns appears. on the left side put in "http://fus01.ps3.update.playstation.net/update/ps3/list/us/ps3-updatelist.txt"
and on the right side click the little dot and select the location of the edited ps3-updatelist.txt on your hard drive
- go back to proxy setting and click the big start button.
- start ps3proxy.
- now go to your ps3 and go to internet connection settings. you do not need to mess with settings UNLESS you connect differently than an automatic router assigned ip. head towards proxy settings and select use.
- enter in the ip and port of the pc where ps3.proxyserver.gui & ps3 proxy are running on.
- test connection, if it works, register yourself on the playstation network and then go about entering the URL of the game in the left column of the Replace Files tab and the local path in the right.
04-15-2007 #18Mintor Guest
skirocket - if you have downloaded the pkg files onto your computer you put the local path (ie. c:\downloads\games\file.pkg) into the right column.
04-15-2007 #19OnA XM202 Guest
04-16-2007 #20kevin1fsu Guest
great thread! just tried gripshift and lemmings. tried to get mk II to work but i guess it needs an activation. anyone got it to work? also how is everyone getting the links for the store downloads? id love to help out