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Topic # 30057 27-Jan-2009 20:20
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Hey all,

Seem to be having an issue here, I'm running the latest firmware on my PS3 (ver 2.60), now when I try to use the media centre sharing using windows media player 11, I keep getting the error "DLNA protocol error 2006"
I've looked on google for answers but mixed answers, i've rebooted the router, etc but nothing gives.
I'm running vista also

Anyone know how to fix this?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 192364 27-Jan-2009 20:28
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have you restarted both parties? switch off the ps3 and the computer. boot the computer. boot the ps3.



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  Reply # 192365 27-Jan-2009 20:36
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Yeah have rebooted laptop several times (even turned the firewall off), PS3 has been restarted a few times too
Have tried switching off media sharing then restarting, I couldn't find an option to do a "repair install" of WMP11
Its worked really well up until now, I'm wondering if its the firmware....



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  Reply # 192528 28-Jan-2009 17:47
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I think I worked out the problem, there was a new video file I introduced to my video sharing folder which was at the time the problem started. I just tried removing the new video and suddenly everything is back to normal!

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