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0007170MMW v4Otherpublic2011-02-06 22:05
ReporterLudek Assigned To 
Status closedResolutionfixed 
Product Version4.0 
Target Version4.0Fixed in Version4.0 
Summary0007170: Media server doesn't work with PS3
Description1343, Win7 64 bit & PS3 (v3.55)

On my PS3, when I select music and select the MM DLNA server, I get an error message on the PS3 saying

Media Server Error: A DLNA protocol error (800) has occurred.

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TagsNo tags attached.
Fixed in build1346


related to 0007264 closedLudek Media server isn't detected by some Sony TVs 
related to 0007489 closedLudek SonyTV UPnP problems 



2011-01-13 11:23

developer   ~0022344

I don't have PS3, I have only Xbox 360 to test, waiting for the debug log from Anubis.


2011-01-13 17:30

developer   ~0022348

Ludek - debug log attached. I have a PS3 to test with. If you need to to try anything else, please let me know.


2011-01-13 22:14

developer   ~0022353

Last edited: 2011-01-13 22:26

Great to know!

Thanks, I guess you should add it here:

I attached UPnP.dll with enhanced logging, it is on our FTP (/forSteve/UPnP.dll)
Please generate new debug log using that DLL (just by replacing in MM install dir)
Note: That part of log when PS3 tries to browse MM server should be enough


2011-01-14 04:44

developer   ~0022358

Yes, it's new from the holidays. I don't have ability to edit that wiki but maybe Rusty can add it in.

Anyway, uploaded new log.


2011-01-14 10:18

developer   ~0022359

Last edited: 2011-01-14 10:54

Thanks Steve, I added it to the WiKi, I see a problem in the log and I compiled new UPnP.dll and uploaded.

Please try with that DLL and if it still doesn't work then generate log again, thanks!


2011-01-14 16:45

developer   ~0022363

Now there is no error when I try to connect, but the PS3 does not see any tracks after connecting.


2011-01-16 21:18

developer   ~0022367

Stephen, the third try (DLL re-uploaded), hopefully it is going to work now.

BTW. In the last log there are some items returned, did you see some directories when browsing the server?


2011-01-19 15:26

developer   ~0022442

Ludek - No, the PS3 only says "There are no tracks" when I try to browse MM. New log uploaded. (still with 1343 and updated upnp.dll)


2011-01-21 00:31

developer   ~0022512

Last edited: 2011-01-21 00:40

Thanks Steve - The next try requires also some changes in MediaMonkey.exe, so replace both UPnP.dll and MediaMonkey.exe (both uploaded) and don't forget to replace also UPnP.dll (it is recompiled).



2011-01-21 00:36

developer   ~0022513

Ludek, The .exe you sent isn't working, says:

"The program can't start because FastMM_FullDebugMode.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem."


2011-01-21 00:41

developer   ~0022514

Sorry, FastMM_FullDebugMode.dll is uploaded too


2011-01-21 00:55

developer   ~0022515

Unfortunately now the original error is back.


2011-01-21 11:28

developer   ~0022517

OK, I overlooked something, please try again with new MM.exe and new UPnP.dll, thanks.


2011-01-24 00:27

developer   ~0022548

Ludek, your latest changes seem to have worked, I was able to browse the server and play back tracks!

The only thing that did not work was auto-conversion. When I tried to play a track I knew to be FLAC over the PS3, it failed saying "Data type not supported".


2011-01-24 11:46

developer   ~0022551

Last edited: 2011-01-24 11:46

Thank you, Stephen.

I commited the changes so that it works in 1345.

Please, re-generate the log so that I could have a clue why the auto-conversion doesn't work.


2011-01-26 18:23


STEVE-PC7.LOG (695,095 bytes)


2011-01-26 18:24

developer   ~0022638


Log is uploaded. I noticed that the file is correctly generated by MM (I was able to play the file generated in the temp folder with MPC) but somehow the ps3 does not recognize it.


2011-01-27 13:23

developer   ~0022656

Thanks Steve,
I uploaded two files, at first try MM1.EXE (just run instead of MediaMonkey.exe from the same folder) and then if MM1.EXE doesn't solve the problem try MM2.EXE


2011-01-28 16:18

developer   ~0022688

Ludek - MM2.exe seems to fix the problem. I have logs of both if you want to see them.


2011-01-28 19:25

developer   ~0022690

Thanks Steve,
fixed in 1346.


2011-02-06 22:05

developer   ~0022857

verified 1346