Last night, for the first time, I saw and was able to play all the music\nfolders/files streamed WIFI from my computer and external hard drive to my\nPS3. I was so happy. Today, I'm back to absolutely no folders showing up,\nthough my computer, firewall, "processes" appear to be in exact same status???\n\nBelow are my struggles over the weekend. I think hardwiring is the only way?\nDoes anyone know - does the 80GB PS3 offer more/better WIFI?\n\n in original post:\n\nI'm trying to WIFI from computer to PS3 for home entertainment center. I\nhave an external hard drive of music hardwired USB to Windows Vista Home\ncomputer with media sharing through WMP11. I've established Music Drive in\n"monitored" list for\nWMP and set "sharing" property for WMP & Music Drive through Network control\ncenter. I see and can play "Public" folder contents. I see all files/albums\nin WMP library on computer - but no folder/directory on PS3 monitor. Did\nhave DLNA 4405 error until turned off virus program, disabled "dwm.exe", and\nenabled sharing of WMP (duh). This layering of file/folder/directory\narchitecture and Vista\nsecurity has me in knots!!! Do I have to change the "shareing" properties of\nevery single folder/file in the music drive?\n\nCigarXO continues: Now after shutting down my computer for an update, I see\nthat the sharing property within the folders of my Music Drive has moved down\nto subordinate folders one level. My Artist/Albums/Songs are still two more\nlevels down. Will they be included, or do I have to change properties on all\nfiles?\n\nAlso, When I look at "shared files/folders on this computer" on the Network\nSharing Center - only some other directories are shown, iTune files I\nthought I previously set-up the same way. I do not see my "Public" and\n"Music"\nfolder or external harddrive listed.\n\nNow when I return to my PS3, it recognizes my WMP11 media server, but I'm\nthree steps backward with the old "DLNA error 2104" and no tracks listed,\neven the "public" folder I just saw and played 30minutes ago. I returned to\nmy computer to turn-off firewall, spyware, and disabled Vista "dwm.exe"\nservice - but no improvement. I'm totally frustrated - another 5 hours\nwasted on trying to network my system through PS3.