I download the update to a flash drive, then install it. Had too much inconsistant downloads on wireless. I will never game wireless also, to hit and miss.
Burn the update to a flash drive and install, story over.
The error Occurs on almost everything, I just tried downloading Resident Evil Director's cut which is 300 MB, Which Failed, than I downloaded Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six 113 MB, Which worked fine. But what makes me mad the most is that I have spent $250+ on the Playstation Store, and It quits on me, I'm seriously thinking about switching to Xbox 360. I know the Xbox Fails as well but at least the company replies with answers which actually work.
Hope this helps,
I have been getting the 80029564 for about a month now, I noticed after I did a Firmware updated on the PS3.....I could not install ANY demo, they all gave the error at 14%. Like everyone else, I've went all over the internet looking for answers. Sadly you have to go so much BS just to get a few good suggestions, so I thought I'd share what I tried and what finally worked.
I'm using a wireless connection and have a Netgear WPN824 v2. Latest firmware, my PS3 is a 120gb slim.
I tried re-downloading over and over, didn’t work…I put my PS3 in DMZ through my router, didn’t work…I wanted to try a direct connection, couldn’t because I don’t have a long enough cable and moving isn’t a option…I was able to download one morning at 7AM, everything I downloaded went through. Files from 700mb to 1700mb worked, tried later that night, same thing…. error at 14% install.
So, I bought GTA: BOGT from the PS Store and tried to download and install it 5 different times and was never able to get it to install, so I am came across a forum post that said he disabled the SPI Firewall through his router. I also seen that suggested on a couple of other forums so I tried it…….and it WORKED!!!! It took longer to download but I’m OK with that, so try that. I was able to turn it off through the WAN section on my router set up page. I don’t if it hurts anything by disabling the SPI so I enabled it after the install was done and will just disabled when I want to download anything. Good luck to everyone!!
sounds like you are having packet loss issues while downloading. if small pieces of data are being lost during the download phase it will cause issues during install. you can try by going to pingtest.net and checking the packet loss on your pc. i would recommend using a wired connection to the ps3. running it on wireless will affect your download speed and cause greater packet loss during file transfer. most all the ps3's i have set up on wired over wireless see a 10-15 percent increase in bandwidth.
my ps3 is hard wired, nat type 1 ( due to DMZ and a few other networking tricks) i get 90% of my bandwidth shown on my modem to the ps3
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hey guys...ive had this problem with black ops escalation and ncaa 12 demo and uncharted 3...i narrowed the problem down to it being a problem with my modem and went to a buddys house and downloaded it and installed it successfully so its not a problem with your system or psn account most likely...when the problem reoccured i looked into other things and finally realized that i should change my mtu settings on my ps3 and my router...go into network settings and choose internet settings...then go to custom and select everything automatic except for mtu ... then switch the setting from 1500 down to something very low (i changed mine to the minimum 576). it slows down your downloads speed but it worked the first time...i think its our modems only allowing packets of a certain size and 1500 exceeds that
afterwards switch your mtu setting back to 1500 so your games dont lag!
I believe this problem comes from your "HARD DRIVE". I'm willing to bet no one who has had this problem is using there factory Hard Drive. check your specs.
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Better specs means using a 7200 RPM HDD (which gives you about 2 second faster speeds), but this can cause your PS3 to overheat. Stick with the orignal specs, which is a 2.5" Sata 5400 RPM HDD. 5400 RPM drives all have the same specs (8MB, 12 ms, 3 Gbps). Using anything else could cause destruction to your PS3.
GUYS!!! I have read everywhere on the internet trying to fix this problem, but my dad is an IT manager and figured out what finally worked for us! I extremely recommend trying this for yourself, but i'm not 100% sure it will work for everyone.
1: Update your router firmware! Open your browser and type in your gateway IP address. If you don't know how to find this out, you probably shouldn't be messing around with your router anyway. Or just look it up online, i'm sure you can find a how-to somewhere online.
2: Put your PS3 in DMZ!
3: Disable WMM (Video Priority)
4: Set NAT security open (No deep packet inspection)
This was done with a linksys wireless router. I didn't put in-depth instrucctions because everyone's router will be different. Please please PLEASE give this thumbs ups or like it or whatever. Just let everyone know that this WORKS!
It may actually just be one or two of the things above, but it worked with the combination of all of these so i'm sticking with it!
We tried many different things, but this one actually worked. I can't stress enough to post a link to this or something. Just get the word out okay!? If you wanna know why this works, well here it goes.
A PS3 is basically built for speed, thats what it's optimized for. So with your NAT type open, it kind of slows it down. We think that since it trying to go too fast, that packets are being dropped in the download. Disabling the WMM, and putting it in a DMZ will just contribute to everything. Simply updating your router may fix the problem, but I would rather do all of it so I don't have to download a large file just to find out that I needed to do the other steps also. 4.0 may have been supposed to up the speed, which caused the problem, but there's no way to know for sure.
That's all i've got guys! I'm about to make an actual post saying this, instead of just a comment. Hope this helped!!!!