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Play UMD across local network?
So I've got a shitload ton of ISO/CSO files on my home PC, but only a 1Gb Duo memory stick. I was looking to upgrade to the 16 or 32Gb sticks, but then I got to thinking. If I'm playing my PSP at home most of the time, why can't I just 'stream' or load the file over the network? Kind of like how you can map a network drive with Windows and run software over the network, can this be done with a PSP slim? If I could 'mount' a network location, a 1Gb memory stick would be just fine.
Cause the PSP doesn't have a LAN cable?
If you're talking about WiFi, note that that could be a bit slow. I can't remember whether loading ISOs over nethost has been done however.
How about doing what I did and getting two 8gb microSD's and a Photofast CR-5400 2x microsd to ms pro duo adapter? 16GB easy and pretty cheap.
buy the photofast as cheesethief suggested, streaming over wifi is mega laggy and not worth your time, only alternative is being plugged in via usb and streaming through the cable...
And that would be annoying.
Originally Posted by BCman
Originally Posted by Oyabun
you can stream over wifi with IRShell, takes a little bit longer to load, and is a bit laggy. It is not horrible, it is playable. If you have Oyabuns' setup though, it is pretty nice. with wifi though, you can't play adhoc with your buddies at the same time.
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Wow thanks guys. IRShell, eh? I"ll give that a shot. It may be slow but you know what? I won't have to spend a penny if it's not TOO Bad. Now to work on flash player 10 for psp....
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