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possible to tranfer games from ps3 2 pc offline no internet connection?
possible to tranfer games from ps3 2 pc offline no internet connection? –
ive searched but found nothing, i tried disabling my ps3 internet connection but when i run blackbox ftp i get no ip, is there a way or not, thanks
Well if you disable your internet question then offcourse it wont work. You need an internet connection so you can get an ip.
How are you connecting you ps3 to you pc though?
well you can use a external usb to transfer the game, there some programs to split large files, your backup launcher will rejoin the files. If you want to use FTP you must enable internet but you can disable the internet sharing on your PC so the connection doesnt transfer to your PS3
Originally Posted by leroy1985
hi cheers for the reply, im using ethernet cable, so do you think theres no way, basicly i have an ethernet cable going from ps3 into my laptop wich is wirelessly connected to router
Originally Posted by barnhilltrckn
That is a long guide this maybe is a little more compact, and objective..
PS3 FTP Via LAN Cable Directly To PC - Fast and Secure
Thing is jsut setup your PC IP and default gateway with the same IP, lets say 192.168.1.1, and DNS between 0 anbd 100, doesn't matter much
give your PS3 another IP, like 2 , and one DNS in between the oens your comptuer is configured.
You need a LAN cable , FTP blackbox, or multiman, Rogero with FTP enable.
Fire blackbox on Ps3, and Filezilla on your PC, and use the IP you gave to your PS3 ( shows in the screen ) and port 21.
I found that creating the game folder helps with some permission issues inside the FTP.
I use wireless on my laptop, so I keep a configuration for PS3 transfer configured ready on my wired network adapter, I disable it when not using it.
I am a Noob BTW, but worked for me. ( Eyepet move edition still doesn't work properly though....*sigh*..)
Originally Posted by Azariel_z
nice one mate thats an excellent guide, tells you every little tiny step, that should be like the number one noobtastic guide
This is all overkill..
Give your PS3 a static address and when it comes to entering the gateway.. put in an invalid address.
Originally Posted by danmed
Wired? i will try that, I try to keep the numbers as closest as possible of my confg for network on Ps3, because is just so annoying to input numbers on Ps3... is like waiting to hit the jackpot..