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Wirelessly connect your Samsung HDTV or Blu-ray Disc player to your wireless network using this wireless USB 2.0 adapter that supports streaming access to Internet@TV,InfoLink RSS and BD Live services.
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linksys WUSB54GC

will this work on the Samsung BD-P1590
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Currently, the only wireless adapter that can be used with the appropriate Samsung TVs is the Samsung Linkstick WIS09ABGN. The reason for this is that all other usb wireless adapters require drivers to work. Since there is no feasible way to transfer and save hundreds of different drivers for each adapter on the TVs, Samsung created a USB wireless adapter that will work 100% of the time (plug-n-play), with out drivers.

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Router connection fail message?

I keep getting a "router conncection fail" message every time i try to get on youtube. I ran it briefly when i first hooked it up yesterday but every time after that it gives me that message. I am running the samsung bd-p1590 with the linkstick it recommended. I also have a samsung plasma that i bought in august if that helps. I have a linksys wireless-n router and am able to get on the internet on my laptop so i am clueless why it's giving me that message?
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I am very sorry you are having an issue with your Linkstick. Although with the information you have provided I do not have a solution for you; I will say that if you contact your local Best Buy's Geek Squad, they should be able to provide you with a live solution.
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Connecting

I have a 2009 wireless LAN adapter , is it compatable to my tv mdl no LN32B640R3F ?
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Thanks for the question! I'm sorry to say that the WIS09ABGNX will not be compatible with the LN32B640. The reason for this is because the Linkstick is only used for receiving internet content and for the DLNA (PC content streaming) functionality. Since the 32" version of the B640 model does not offer these features, the Linkstick will not be compatible.

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Is this compatible with LN46A850 Series LCD?

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Thanks for the question. I'm sorry to say, but the WIS09ABGNX is only compatible with the 2009 devices and 2009 "B" model TVs.

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Is this compatible with the samsung LN-T4071F?

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Thanks for the question! I'm sorry to say, but the WIS09ABGNX is only compatible with the Samsung 2009 units. For a compatible Linkstick for your device, please visit your local Best Buy store for further assistance and ordering information. -MrSamsung
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Wiselink

on a 2007 samsung DLP HDTV with wiselink would the linkstick work to use the TV as a remote computer monitor?
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Thanks for the question! I'm sorry to say, but the WIS09ABGNX is only compatible with the Samsung 2009 units. Also, none of the Samsung TVs offer the ability to wirelessly connect to a PC for monitor purposes. The Linkstick is only used for receiving internet content and for the DLNA (PC content streaming) functionality. That said, for a compatible Linkstick for your device, please visit your local Best Buy store for further assistance and ordering information. -MrSamsung
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Just bought a Samsung LN46B640. Do I need a bluray player to stream netflix on the tv with linkstick or can i just install linkstick to the tv ?

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Thanks for the question. In order to view Netflix on your TV from the internet, you will need to have a Samsung BD player with Netflix connectivity connected to the TV and internet respectively. Currently, none of the Samsung TVs offer an official Netflix widget for media streaming.

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How cann I surf the web? I can't see anywhere to type www.anything.com

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Thanks for the question. Since all content is aggregated through the Yahoo! widget system on the TVs, there is no actual browser on the Samsung devices for internet surfing.

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Watching international t.v. on demand

Will I be able to watch international t.v. on demand that I now get through the internet and watch on my p.c. and would like to watch on my big screen Samsung TV? And how do you navigate the internet from your TV with the Linksys USB Adapter?
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Thank you for the question. Although the Samsung Linkstick enables internet capable TVs and BD players to access saved media on your PC (DLNA), internet content through the yahoo! widget system (TVs), and through Netflix and Pandora (BD Players); the Linkstick does not add additional features to the units. The Linkstick only allows the devices to connect to the internet, though a wireless router, to retrieve this content. That said, none of the Samsung devices allow for actual "browsing" on the internet. All content is collated and displayed in widget form on the TV it self. To watch streamed content from your PC on your TV, you will want to connect the PC to the TV via either a monitor cable, HDMI to HDMI or HDMI to DVI cable (the last two connections are used if your PC offers HDMI or DVI outputs).

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Router compatibility

Is this compatible with the Linksys WRT 110 range plus router?
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Thanks for the question. As long as your router offers the normal WiFi standards, the Samsung Linkstick should be able to connect to it. -MrSamsung
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