yup and make sure the PS3 ip adress you pick is outside the router's DHCP range. and if you router support DMZ put that IP address OF PS3 in the DMZ of your router, turn on the DMZ setting. You will have no ports or forwarding to worry about.
what have change on the laptop prior to problem did you install any software or updated any drivers ? first thing you should do is to follow this
# If the system is already on, shutdown the system normally, wait 30 seconds, then power it back on.
# Begin tapping the F8 key every few seconds...
# Insert the Windows XP startup disk into the floppy disk drive, or insert the Windows XP CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive, and then restart the computer.
Click to select any options that are required to start the computer from the CD-ROM drive if you are prompted.
# When the "Welcome to Setup"...
First step is to clear the WindowsUpdate.log. Open it in Notepad, hit
Ctrl-A and then hit Delete. Click the X at the top-right of the window to
close it, and click save. If it says something about not being able to
create the file, click OK, then Save, then Yes to overwrite. Load up Windows...
please answer the following questions
1-) does the computer reboot when you are not connected to the Internet?
2-) does the computer reboot in safe mode environment ?
3-) have you update any driver's such as video or network interface card ?
4-) did you previously had any Norton product...
got to Add/Remove programs and remove any Google toolbar or internet explorer add on toolbar. also make sure your version of Outlook Express is up to date Install the latest cumulative updates to OE and IE
also read what microsoft think the problem is...
sound to me like a PST corruption repair the PST with SCANPST.exe
1. Click Start and point to Find, or Search, depending upon your operating system.
2. In the Search for files or folders named box, type scanpst.exe.
3. Type the path and file name of the pst file, or click Browse to locate...
The Recovery Console is usually accessed from the original Windows installation CD. Alternatively, Recovery Console can be accessed from the boot menu but only if it has been preinstalled on your system.
so for you to rename that file the only way is if you have the windows CD. or do it from...
if you just need some files from there get a USB enclosure for your hardrive then connected to a nother computer.
also The behavior may occur if the win32k.sys is corrupted. Go to
C:\WINDOWS\System32 and rename the Win32k.sys file to Win32k.old and then
close the window. Now go back to the...