wis12abgnx has stopped working. The device was working fine for over a year, but now the TV does not recognize the device under Network settings. Tried the obvious, turn everything off and on again and unplugging the device then back in again and resetting my router but still no joy. How do I know if the device has developed a fault or the tv is the problem?
I am having the same problem. I have my internet provider and Samsung. My internet is working fine and Samsung hasn't been much help. I have gone through all of the troubleshooting steps with no success. Have you figured anything out yet?
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Amazon.com, Inc.Samsung WIS12ABGNX LinkStick Wireless LAN Adapter. bySamsung .... The manual for my Samsung HT D4500 specifically states that you must use the WIS09ABGN. ... If you have a Samsung LED smart tv you can make it wireless.
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The LinkStick is a wireless USB adapter that provides instant access to Samsung's ... Can any linkstick work with any Samsung 32 Inch TV?.
Assuming you can get the driver (which comes as a file, i.e. software, not hardware) how would you install it on your TV ?
According to the 'Technical Information' link on the Web page that you can access via the link I attached with my answer, your adapter is compatible with WiFi-ready Samsung TVs and AV equipment produced between 2010 and 2012. If your TV is not a WiFi-ready Samsung TV or is one produced before 2010, well....If it is a Samsung TV produced after 2012, it probably has WiFI built-in, in which case you don't need any wireless LAN adapter, Samsung or otherwise and the TV did not recognize the adapter because the USB port on the TV that you plugged the adapter in is meant to be used for other devices, e.g. flash drives or portable hard drives.
You don't say what make/model of network adapter (NIC), whether it's wired or wireless, or if it was operating under the same service pack level before, so I have to make a lot of assumptions.
Is Windows really not recognizing it (ie: does it have an exclamation mark next to the NIC in device manager?) or is it being recognized by Windows but just cannot connect to the wireless router? If the latter, check your wireless configuration (SSID, WPA key, etc). Since you have WinXP SP1, it could be that there is not a driver for that particular NIC. Later service packs include updated drivers as well as bug and security fixes. Recommend you identify the NIC and if you have the driver disk for it, go into Windows device manager to select a reinstall from that disk. If you don't have it, use another computer to download its driver and after installing it and getting Internet access, you should also download and install the latest SP, which would be SP3.
ati catalyst is for a graphics card. it would not have issues. the card may show as fine, or the drivers may. try the card in another pc. if it is built in try a new card. ethernet cards are just a few pounds.
Sounds like another Vista Bug, i would check the HP site for this issue and if its under warranty, contact HP. If you have alot of Blue tooth devices hooked up, it may be that its trying to use another device in its place or the signals are getting crossed, im not positive.
Its like when you have to many network drives all hooked up and you plug in a USB device, Windows pops up those anoying bubles saying its detected, but in My computer it doesnt show.
So bassically you have to right click my computer, manage, disk management listed uder storage, right click on the device or drive and change the drive letter to something like " W" or " Z" or anything not in use.
It may be a siomilar case with your bluetooth, youo may have to much stuff connected. Try redoing everything like you have so many other times before, and then limiting how many bluetooth devices you have connected at the same time. see if theres a difference.
Go into the device manager, click on View > Show hidden devices.
Look under unknown devices or under USB for unknown devices. Also check under the section relating to the type of usb device.
If you find an Unknown Device, or a device with an exclamation point, right click on it and uninstall.
Disconnect the device, reboot and install the drivers/software for it if any.
If it's still not working check it in another computer.
If you cannot get it to work in either machine, the usb plug of the device is probably damaged. Possibly a loose solder joint.
Have the manufacturer send you a new one if its still under warranty.