Question about LG Televison & Video
I am not able to connect to wireless network on the tv.does it require a wifi dongle or can i connect directly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To enable or disable Wi-Fi
If you select a secure network, you may have to enter a network key that is provided by the network administrator.
If it is necessary, ask the network administrator for authentication, encryption, and network key information.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Go to control panel > Device Manager > scroll down to the network devices and click on the plus sign. Highlight the wireless device. Right click on it and choose uninstall. click ok and reboot the system. When windows reloads, it will recognice the new device and want to load the drivers for it. It may ask you if it can search windows update for a fresh driver, allow it to continue. The drivers will load and the correct settings applied. All should be as it should.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
SOURCE: LG wifi dongle finds my
Wireless adapter finds your AP... It clearly says that your wifi adapter is installed perfectly and working fine...
the issue is with your wireless router...
It is not processing the request given by your wifi adapter...
Either your router in dormant mode, in this state the router will keep on working with all networked computers, but it will not accept any new connections...
Or your router is highly secured that the computer is not capable of establishing a wireless connection with it...
Even if the Hardware(usb adapter) does not support the kind of security that is enabled in the router, you will have the same issue...
It is recommended to go with a WEP kind of security for the router as most of the devices are not compatible with WPA / WPA2 kind of password ...
Also if you have a feature called WPS(Wifi Protected Setup) enabled in your router, it would be better if you DISABLE this feature...
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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