Question about Computers & Internet
The first thing you have to look at is what kind of connections you have on the back of your Blu-ray player. Alot of your low costing players will not have standard audio video out puts for you to connect to a standard TV Capture because the best out put you would get is 480i. So in some cases if you are wanting Blu-ray playablity on your computer it may be better to purchase a Blu-ray drive for your computer. The cost has come down on them lately. The links below are to a standard drive and a burner.
LG Electronics 10x Internal Blu-ray Disc Rewriter
LITE-ON 4x Blu-ray Disc SATA Internal Optical Drive
Now there are some capture card that are coming out that support HDMI inputs. The link below is to one of them.
Avertv HD DVR High Definition / Analog Video Capture Card PCIe MTVHDDVRR http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002SQE1O0?tag=isskeindus-20&camp=213381&creative=390973&linkCode=as4&creativeASIN=B002SQE1O0&adid=17JNSGYN6MRJNGQEJWQK
The only issue you run into with these cards are made for the newer computers. So you do not have a PCIe slot on your computer you may again have to look at getting a standard TV capture card or install a Blu-ray drive in your computer.
Let me know if you have any more problems or questions
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
don't give the password in the wireless then you get it or firewall on then also not get it pls disable in the pc and the router also
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
your wireless router is encrypted. To remove encryption, go in your computers web browser:
That will take you to your LAN Administrator.
Follow the simple wireless setup for an unsecured connection or setup your blue ray connection and create your own passphrase or WEPKey.
Hope that helped!
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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