Transfering PS3 games to internal HDD

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Jan 11, 2011
  1. ChaosBoi
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    Can I just FTP them from my PC to the PS3, or will I have to place them in an external HDD? If I can just FTP them, what would be the best app available for that job?
     
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    Yes, you can. Use either FileZilla or FlashFXP [​IMG]
     
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    Ah, sorry. I wasn't aware of that page, but thanks nonetheless [​IMG] . I guess I'll try it out later then.

    EDIT: Another question I forgot to ask. Can I hook up my PS3 to my PC using an ethernet cable and FTP them that way, or will I have to do it wirelessly through my router? My router needs to be downstairs so I cannot connect to it via cable.

    EDIT 2: Hm, I keep getting "Connection timed out" when I tried to transfer files. Am I doing something wrong?
     
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    I got the same error when using FileZilla. Try FlashFXP and see if it works. I know FlashFXP isn't free but... [​IMG]
    Also, make sure the IP address is correct and the port is 21.
     
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    I tried to connect them with the ethernet cable earlier but couldn't figure out how to get them to work that way :\ . If you know how to do it that way then please tell me how, as I prefer to transfer things through cable since it's always been the fastest method as well as the most stable for me. Anyway, I should probably try using FlashFXP. I finally got FileZilla to work but it really pissed me off yesterday after failing to transfer a 22 GB file when there was only 10-30 minutes left [​IMG] .
     
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    http://psgroove.com/showthread.php?579-PS3...Fast-and-Secure

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