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    Streaming problems with MediaConnect WiFi-dongle

    I will describe the problem i have. I have a new Philips TV with MediaConnect and a WiFi dongle from Philips. Everything is connected by WiFi with a Belkin 54g Router.

    But now when i want to stream my PC screen it's very slow, when moving the cursor i have to wait for 10 seconds or more to see it happen on the TV screen.

    My PC is a HP DV7 series laptop.

    I think the problem is the 54g Router, even when i slow the bitrate down as far as possible in the MediaConnect software there's no difference. Can anyone help me?

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    Hi,

    try to reboot your router...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Hi Jarno,

    post your computer hardware spec here.
    1 thing to try is connecting your laptop or your TV, or both to your router with a cat5 cable. This will eliminate the wifi as the issue

    cheers
    Ted

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