It's as easy as 1, 2, 3! 1: Make sure you have the latest firmware. Then download this program, known as Red Kawa File Server. Its been specifically designed for use with the ps3 throught the web browser, but it can be used for access from anything. http://www.redkawa.com/fileserver/ 2: Install the file server, and before you click finish, uncheck launch. Go to where you had the installer install shortcuts, and decide whether or not you want a window or the tray icon for your server to be run from (i prefer tray, right click it options). Whilst either is open, the server is running. Close either, and it ends. 3: Click "Launch File Server" and copy down the address of the page it sends you to. Click the settings link at the bottom of all the text. There you set up which folder/folders you want to share out of what drive. Anyone connecting will see all of your files listed, but will not be able to download them unless in the specified folders. Best option is to only run this server when you need it. Now take that address you copied and put it inot the web browser (http:// is required) and voila! You're own seemless link from pc to your ps3 without an external source (i.e. mem cards, cd's, dvd's) If a file says "Insert storage media at the save destination" that means the ps3 does not recognize the file type. Happy transfers!