256w ago - I've decided to write this tutorial because I had some trouble with PS3 SAK and Windows sharing.
First off, you have to go into the control panel on your P.C., double-click on folder options, then click on view, and all the way at the bottom of the addvanced settings there is an option called "use simple file sharing" uncheck it and click apply and ok. This will enable you to share files between your PS3 and your PC!
Next thing you need to do is create a file on your PC (whatever you want, GAMES, PS3, anything) than right-click that folder and go into properties. From here, go into sharing and click 'share this folder' then click on permissions and click "full control". Make sure you apply all settings before exiting.
Ok now boot up that old PS3 Swiss Army Knife for step #2. Choose option 3 (Windows Share), and put in your IP address. You can get your IP address by simply going into control panel again, go into "network connections" dubble click on "local area connections" and then on support, and all your IP information will be right there.
Now it will ask you for a folder name.. put in the folder that you enabeled for sharing (duh). Then it will ask for user name (your Windows user name) and your Windows password....
Windows 2000 & XP (Vista?)
Microsoft .NET runtime v2.0
Unzip and run the executable
This program was inspired by the batch file that NZHawk wrote to combine SAK exported ISO images. After looking over the batch file, I noticed it was doing a binary combine at the DOS command level. NZHawk requested somebody convert it to VB, but I decided to do something similar in VC# since I have not coded in VB for some time.
The program is self explanatory. You choose the source directory with the BROWSE button. Then, it will show a list of files in that directory. Any files with the extension .A? will be selected automatically (these are the SAK export files). You can select or deselect any files...
To quote: I made this program to make the process easier for others.
Place the SAK EXPORT ISO file merger into the same folder as the Blu-ray.a* files, and type in the number of the 'Blu-ray.a*' files, then just press enter, type the name of the resulting .ISO and away you go! Fully automated.
Made in notepad, would like to port to VB, but dont know how... Any help would be appreciated.