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Old 15-10-2010   #1
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connecting my ps3 to my laptop

if I wanna move some tv shows from my laptop to my PS3, how would I do that without having to put it on a memory stick?
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Old 15-10-2010   #2
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Well technically you can wirelessly stream files to your PlayStation 3 using Windows Media Player and then you can also copy the files wirelessly but this can be a slower method of doing things and is way more work than flash drives. USB drives or external hard drives are still the best way to move files to your PlayStation 3 plus you have the added benefit while the drive is plugged in, you can backup your game saves to that device so you won't lose them in case your PS3 dies (the only thing I did right before my console died, so I still have my game save files for whenever I replace the console).
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