I got a Smart TV (A Sony KDL-60EX645) and once trying the built-in wireless, well, to put it simply, it sucked. Badly. Although the TV IS a few rooms over from the wireless hub, my 4 year old laptop's built-in wireless gets great signal and I can stream video through it, but this TV buffers every 1 minute or so. I've tried plugging in a wireless USB adapter into the one of the USB ports on the TV, but nothing happens and the TV decides to connect from the built-in wireless adapter anyways. I think the TV might only take media through the USB ports. The TV does have a LAN port on the back of the TV, but I don't want to run another cord through my wall.
I've been using a Belkin 54g Universal Repeater for around a year and a half to extend my wireless connection around the house but recently it's stopped working completely. The red "Searching" light is flashing constantly and it doesn't register with my computer anymore. I've tried connecting it to my main router and to my computer via ethernet to no avail.
Upstairs I have a Century Link modem/wireless router. My wife and I use our laptops, smart phones, and XBox 360 on the wireless network. Downstairs I have an older Dell PC that I use for my business. I have an Ethernet run from upstairs to downstairs. The Ethernet jack upstairs is near a cable outlet because we used to have cable internet. Now we have DSL and the phone jack is on the other side of the room. Here's my question... I have a Belkin N600 wireless router, is there any way I can plug it into the Ethernet port on the other side of the room, and use it like a wireless adapter? I have tried a few time to set it up as an "access point" but it doesn't seem to work. As soon as I do, I can no longer access the Belkin router to make any changes and I need to do a manual reset. can I plug my downstairs PC into the Belkin N600, and have wi-fi internet access from the wireless modem/router upstairs?
my netgear wireless router cannot see my n300 usb adapter. it shows as working in my device manager, but the netgear router says wireless not connected. when installing the adapter it said that windows has an icon to the left of the taskbar that i can click on and ask to join a network, which it didnt. it just showed network and an option to open network and sharing center, which i did. there were no wireless networks that showed available for me to log into with the adapter
facing issues with TP-Link TL-WA801ND while setting it up as a Universal repeater.The AP is a Linksys E3200..and I got the TP-Link to broaden my WiFi at home, I was successful in setting it up, however, after a day or two I get prompted to enter a "WPA2 Enterprise" username/password.I DID NOT setup WPA2 Enterprise, mine is WPA2 Personal...it's peculiar that it works for a bit then reverts to Enterprise.
I can't find the correct driver for Belkin F9L1101 Version 1 USB Wireless adapter. When I went here [URL] and installed the software my Windows 7 Pro w/64 bit does not recognize the adapter. When I go to Device Manager it does see the Belkin under other devices. When I choose the folder the drivers are located /program files (x86) it says it can't find the driver in that location.
Wireless Adapter D600 USB needs to connect to the internet to finish installing... Problem is, I bought it because I can't get my ethernet port to work on my desktop. It worked find in Windows 7, but Windows 8 needs more information.
I have a belkin surf n300 usb wireless N micro adapter. No problems installing this adapter on a HP Desktop running windows 7. I have tried to install on a gateway laptop also running windows y 64 bit. In device manager it show that the product is working. It will not connect to any network. The adapter is an F7D2102 az ver. 2011az
after going through the several troubleshooting steps (un/reinstall driver; download a fresh setup; comb thru all network and internet settings; multiple cold re-boots; system restore etc.) While the adapter shows up in device mgr, only getting error msg that there is a problem with the driver.Did try several ways to find out where the hang-up was, and only get the driver error.Using Windows7 Home Premium-all updated.Was using my ethernet to my LAN previously.
Is there a way to quickly disable Wi-Fi on a N-150 from the router setup page? I have looked on my admin page but I don't see it. I just want to be able to turn the radio on and off from the PC that is connected via ethernet.
I have been receiving error messages that the router, model F9K1105 v3, was not connected periodically. The "fix it" option usually took care of it. Then I noticed that the indicator for the modem was showing the color grey instead of blue. I also became unable to access the settings with the default IP. I wasn't able to fix this so I tried to reinstall the software and reset the modem to just start all over. I was unable to get the computer to detect the router during setup. Unplugged, tried new cable etc. No luck. It was still saying it was unable to connect, and still unable to get to setup page. I happened to notice I WAS online and can connect to the router wirelessly with an Iphone.
What can I do to get the software to see that I am connected and how do I get to the setup page? Basically get everything to work like it did when I first installed it. Eventually I want to connect my old router to this one and use it as an access point.
On Page 16 of my N600 DB manual it says that below the "Router Status Light" and above the "WPS" letters there is a "Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Light and Button". When I look at my router all I see in this space is a raised rectangular plastic strip. Should I have a light and button there?
Can the N150 be set up so that it just runs a private network - not connect to the internet? The auto-setup doesn't seem to work without a modem attached to it and I don't want it to be hooked up to the outside world, just a few computers and a NAS device on a private net.
I just bought a new Belkin N750 USB wireless adapter today to replace my old cisco USB adapter well I install the drivers and software that came with it and everything loaded correctly and showed that there was connections available.Where I live we don't have access to the routers as the are controlled by the rental agency and I can't get access to them. But anyways I can connect to the networks with my old usb adapter but not with the new one. My computer is Windows 7 64 bit.
I have a question about my Desktop and the Belkin Wireless adapter that I am using for it. There seems to be a problem with my internet connection and I can't figure it out! I'm suppose to have speeds up to 18mbps and I'm only getting up to 5mbps on my Desktop. Now, here's the weird part...when I connect to my wifi on my laptop and cell phone it gets 16mbps. Why this is only happening to my Desktop??? I have the latest wireless adapter driver installed and everything. Is it the adapter or my system??
Wireless Adapter: Belkin F5D8053 N Windows 7 Home Premium
while my younger brother borrowed my USB adapter to fix somerhing on his computer (he normally doesn't have net), I was using a flash drive. I had left the drive in, and my (very heavy) DVD drive was dropped on it, breaking both the front USB 2.0 ports and the flash drive. So I had to put the adapter in the back ports. The first few hours were fine, then net cut out. I repaired the connection, only to have to keep repairing every 30 seconds to 10 minutes. Then it stopped working altogether. I've attempted re-installing drivers, but when I do, my computer tells me that the driver I'm installing from my hard drive "Has no information on my hardware", but it's the correct driver and version for my hardware.
I have recently installed a TWC Ubee modem/router combo and have networking a laptop and another PC (this one). The holds a constant internet connection. The PC using a Belkin Wireless G network adapter card is frequently losing connectivity to the internet.
I am attempting to set up a wireless connection on an HP desktop that runs Vista. I recently purchased a Belkin N150 Wireless USB Adapter (Version F9L1001). My computer, first, will not run the software CD automatically; I have to find it and double-click on it. Then, after the drivers are supposedly installed and I restart according to the instructions, my computer is unable to find them when I plug in the adapter. Additionally, when I try to start the driver program myself, it refuses to go. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the driver software four times and I have gotten the following same results every time. Also, I do not have a router installed yet, as we were told initially that all we would need to use to connect the desktop to our wireless Internet was the adapter
My USB Belkin Wireless G Network Adapter seems to disconnect whenever I remove another USB device (usually a memory stick) from the PC.The problem started when I accidentally updated the driver via Windows. It didn't seem to work at all with this updated driver and I couldn't roll back or do a system restore to fix it. I'd done this before and ended up doing a complete re-install of Win 7. This time I did an upgrade install and the driver problem was cured.I'm running a HP XW8400 with Win 7 64 Pro which has been faultless for the 5 years I've had it.The only other change I've made recently is that I've stopped using a D-Link USB hub and started using the USB connectors on the HP LP2465 monitor.This only affects the wireless and no other USB devices.
When it disconnects, Win troubleshooting goes through the motions and reverts to LAN and doesn't see the wireless USB at all. This also happens if I don't use the troubleshooter.Device manager shows the driver to be working, but the wireless USB doesn't function even if I connect it directly to a USB port.The router is still working as all other devices in the house are connected.The only way around it seems to be a re-boot, but when this fault happens the PC gets stuck at "Shutting Down". Without the fault, re-boot or shut down works fine.When it happens I have to power off and on. This usually works fine but every now and then I notice the device driver for the Belkin is disabled.I've found a workaround in that I can take out the Belkin USB before removing another USB device. After the USB stick or whatever is removed if I then reconnect the wireless USB it reconnects fine.