According to speedtest (dot net), my best download speed for a fully wired connection to Comcast Cable was 700 Mbps. I changed the 3-foot generic CAT5 cable that connected the modem (Arris SB8200) to the router (Asus AC1900), and ran Speedtest twice more. The average speed with new cable was 933 Mbps! That's a 33% speed increase for a cost of $5.
Oct 15, 2008 · Back in September, the fine folks at DL.TV showed you how to replace the PS3’s hard drive with a bigger one. It’s easy—if you have a 2.5-inch form factor SATA hard drive, it’s just a May 07, 2009 · How to bypass security settings on a Sony PlayStation 3 3.61 - Duration: 4:47. PS3 ICS FIX DNS or FAILED CONNECTION - Duration: 2:39. OFFSET GHOST 72,054 views. I'm sure if I googled ps3 firmware update brick or xbox 360 slim failures I would find lots of stories too. My point is just that you are part of the vocal minority that's all. It is most likely an ISP issue, location issue, physical connection problem, or the fact you didn't read your PS3 instructions and forward the proper ports. If you’re playing on PS3, try disabling your Media Server connection. The Media Server Connection lets other devices connect to your PS3. If there’s a problem with it, it can affect all other connections to and from your system. To rule this out, try disabling it. Press the PS button on your controller to access the XMB™ screen. Go to
PS3 uses custom partition table (as I heard) and encrypted by per console key UFS2 fs for dev_hdd0. You are doomed to use FTP or waiting eternity to transfer over USB mass storage device. ;p You can also put Your game into drive and create *.iso from i.e multiMAN.
Now, the PCs connect to the internet but the PS3 gives "DNS error" and will not connect. Sony tells me the PS3 "cannot recognize my modem". BS. I have a Linksys router connected to the outlet via ethernet cable. My computer is then connected to the Router via ethernet cable. The other PC is totally wireless on connection. No cable.
Apr 20, 2020 · Card Alternative solutions from PS4 Forums. This solution was posted in the playstation 4 forums and may help you.. From the PS4 Menu (XMB), scroll right to Settings > Network > Set Up Internet Connection > Select either Wi-Fi or LAN cable (Wired)
After this, try running your PS4 connection test again, and with any luck, your download speed will have increased dramatically. 2. Changing DNS on your PS4 only:-Navigate to "Settings > Network > Set Up Internet Connection". -Choose whether or not you'll be using a wireless or LAN connection.-Choose "Custom" when prompted for the set up preference Hi guys and gals. I just wanted to share some of my settings for successful mass transfers of files between PS3 and computer via FTP. Prior to this I had a lot of problems making backups of large quantities of files such as game folders and retroarch via FTP, so much of a PITA that I thought I was a lost cause. With type 3, it may not be possible to communicate with other PS3™ systems, and voice / video chat and the communication features of games may be restricted. In this case, see [Connecting to PlayStation®Network] in this guide. Connection Speed (Download) Check the connection speed at which the PS3™ system downloads data from the Internet. Oddly the PS3 is getting consistent 4.3 Mbps up and occasionally can hit 8Mbps down. Still a far cry from the low end 11 that my wireless PCs get. edit. HA! Just ran another speed test using the Internet Connection Test in the XMB 19.3 Mbps down 2.2 Mbps up. I didn't change a thing. Maybe the PS3 connection test software is just whack. Hes talking about his HOME network speed. Not his connection to sonys servers or the internet. And yes gigabit routers have been in existense for ages now. TC, just make sure your using the right cable that supports it(cat5e or cat6 I cant remember) between your router and ps3 and your pc to your router as well and your good. Apr 20, 2020 · Card Alternative solutions from PS4 Forums. This solution was posted in the playstation 4 forums and may help you.. From the PS4 Menu (XMB), scroll right to Settings > Network > Set Up Internet Connection > Select either Wi-Fi or LAN cable (Wired)