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Liteshow adapter will not communicate with notebook computer

I am running LiteShow Manager on a Dell Latitude D630 with Windows XP. I am trying to make the computer connect with a LiteShow wireless adapter LP120-D. When I open LiteShow Manager, it pops up a message telling me that:

"LiteShow Manager requires a wireless network adapter with Network Object IDentifier (OID) support for full functionality. Scanning and network switching will be diabled."

When I click OK and the software opens, it has a message telling me that there is no OID support in the status bar of the LiteShow Manager window, and offers no other options except Show Preferences, Help, or Close. The Show Preferences option merely allows me to adjust performance setting, enable encryption, and save favorites.

The computer has a wireless card (IntelPRO Wireless 3945ABG) and a broadband card (Broadcard NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller), as well as a 1394 Net Adapter. All drivers are up-to-date.

The computer is able to "see" LiteShow on the available wireless networks, and after some effort, I finally got it to connect to LiteShow and it has an excellent signal at 11 Mbps. However, the projector will not display the computer screen, nor will the computer allow me to adjust for more than one screen.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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  • John Grigsby Feb 02, 2009

    Problem solved! Apparently, one should not trust Windows when the device manager checks for new drivers and reports that all drivers are current. I found a later driver available online from Intel and once I installed it, everything works just as it should.


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The InFocus Liteshow I uses an ad-hoc wireless connection by default. Open the properties of your wireless device, click "Let Windows manage this device", go to the advanced properties and change the setting "Networks to access" to "Computer-to-computer (ad-hoc) only". This worked for me.

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