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Old 03-25-2007, 06:19 PM   #1
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Is there anyway to store your music on a Ps3 and play it through your computer?
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not that i no off only 360 and vista/media centerxp can do that
u could load windows xp on to ps3 or 360 ive seen that done a million times
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yea i know, but I don't feel like it LoL.

Thanks anyway. I hope they come out with an update for Ps3 that allows you to do that.
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