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Getting Buzzing through my speakers

I connected the Powerline networking kit to my Mac Mini and it worked great (really fast). Then I noticed that it introduced a buzzing through the computer speakers. I could not get the buzzing to stop without disconnecting the the ethernet cable from the wall unit. Which defeats the purpose of having it. Any suggestions on how stop the buzzing? Turning the volume down on the speakers did not work.
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connection loss when pc restarts

i have connected the bridge with a pc on windows xp.. everything's fine when i finished booting to windows xp and i connect the ethernet cable to the bridge.. but when i restarts the computer and it boots again. the bridge power led blinks (all other leds are off) and on the computer, it says ethernet is not connected.. i have to manually disconnect the powerline bridge from power source and then reconnect it for it to regain connection.. on each computer reboot i have to do that.. is it normal?
1 year, 11 months ago
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Where can I buy an extra Powerline Ethernet Bridge (PEB)?

The kit only comes with one powerline bridge. I have several devices to install and would like to purchase another. I didn't see the device(s) sold seperately when I purchased this at Best Buy.
2 years, 7 months ago
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THE POWER LED BLINKS ON THE SWITCH.

WHY DOES THE POWERLIGHT BLINK ON THE SWITCH AFTER I PLUG IN MY ETHERNTET CABLE AND THE OTHER LIGHTS DONT DO ANYTHING? I CANT EVEN GET A CONNECTION.
2 years, 3 months ago
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How do add a extra rocketfish switch to an already exsisting rocketfish powerline bridge/switch network?

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Two outlets?

Can you use two Rocketfish outlets at the same time? As in ONE main base connected to router and TWO separate adapters? I need to get a Powerline that I can use in two different rooms.
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the power LED indicator on the Switch, keeps on blinking, any ideas on how to make it work?

When i plug the switch , both indicator lights turn on as expected, then when i plug the network cable, nothing happens..... the network indicator doesn't blink, then the power indicator, starts blinking and it doesn't work.
3 years, 10 months ago
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Make sure you have it connected per the instructions. Describe your situation an I will help.
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can I use this product to get a blu-ray player and a receiver connected to the web and still have my computer function on my wireless network

Why did I loose the function of my wireless connection to my computer after I installed this RF-GUV1125 to connect my Home theater equipment to the web?
2 years, 6 months ago
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All I can think of to check with the limited info available, might be the number of simultaneous connections in your router setting might be set too low. I only allowed 3 connections and had to up them to 5 when I installed this device.
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Do you still need an Ethernet to USB adaptor to hook up a wii u?

When hooking up a wii or wii u with this device does one still need Ethernet to USB adaptor, or does the product come with the needed adapters for the wii or wii u?
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No , you do not . That device/option has only been made for the Wii so far , and was used as a way to connect directly to an internet modem . The Wii U uses its built-in wifi to connect to the internet , and according to my knowledge that's the only way to connect the Wii U thus far . I hope this helped .
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How to set up the Rocketfish Powerline Networking Kit?

I've installed the Rocketfish Powerline Networking kit as per instruction, still unable to get the kit to link up with the Wii, Power led just blinks, I've reset back to defaults several times, powerline are plugged into a wall socket, still nothing
3 years, 8 months ago
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Are the powerline adapters plugged in to outlets on the same breaker? Pwoerline adapters can not communicate across breakers.

If you have a wireless router, the Wii has built in wireless and you can connect that way. In order to use the powerline kit you will need the LAN adapter for Wii as well as an ethernet cable.
 
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