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Well first try holding down the PS3 power button for an extended period of time until you hear a beep. That will reset the video which might fix your problem. Otherwise getting a new cable is not too expensive, and getting the cheapest HDMI cable wont be a huge difference from an expensive one. At Best buy you can get very cheap HDMI cables for even 7$.
jpeg is usually a codec associated with pics. The xbox360 has a "optional media update" that you need to download from the marketplace. Its free. take the video in put it back on your computer if it isn't there already. you need videora xbox360 video convertor. This is free as well. Run the file thru the convertor and burn it to a disc or put it on a usb. I use an external harddrive for this myself. I use a western digital 1 terabyte my passport. I had to format it to FAT 32. I have over 150 "back up" movie files. The video needs to be mp4, divX, Xvid or possibly H234. The convertor will do this for you.
I've posted the link for the convertor here. If you found this helpful, please vote and thanks!
I had this exact same problem, or rather my friend did after I borrowed his PS3. You see when I borrowed it, the console configured the HD output to work with my TV, If this happened to
you, there is a fix, With the HD cable connected, turn off the power to your PS3 and then turn it
back on again. But when you turn it on, hold down the power button until
you see something on the screen. When you hold down the power button of
the PS3 when you are turning it on, it completely resets the video
settings to the most basic settings (480p I think) so that it'll work on
any TV or monitor. Once you can then get something on the screen, you
can configure the video settings to match the TV you are hooking up to.
not internet but your home network. i'm not sure you can use your playstation through your computer. but you can access your pictures, music, videos that is stored on your computer from your ps3. if you have the latest version of windows media player it makes it easier.
Using Windows Media Player 11 as the server
Open Windows Media Player 11
From the toolbar, select Library then Media Sharing
Check "Share my media"
On the PS3 - Under Video, Photos or Music, select "Scan for media
Go back to the PC, and you should see a pop up showing an unknown device
trying to connect.
Allow the device, and everything should work.
Contec your PSP to your computer. Navigate to your PSP on your computer and create these three new folders: VIDEO, MUSIC, and PHOTO. You can now add any of those media items to those folders and they will appear in folders on your console.
In order to play music in the PSP, the songs have to be in mp3 format other formats do not work with the PSP.If you do not have songs in mp3 format,you can download mp3 songs from www.beemp3.com. Once you have downloaded the songs save them in your computer and plug in your PSP.Then drag or copy and paste the songs to the PSP memory stick in the music file.
For pictures,choose the pictures that you want to transfer to your PSP and drag them to the memory stick in the picture file