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    Wireless to my TV
    Is there way using my AT&T wireless network to display presentations from my Macbook onto a TV set connected to the the same network without connecting wires from the router to the TV?
    If not, is there a way of utilizing a bluetooth device to communicate wirelessly with my computer compatible TV?
    Thank you in advance for considering my questions.

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    I have the same question regarding Qwest

    Thanks

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    Your TV is already on the network correct? If so, I suspect there is a setting on the TV that needs to be activated. What model TV is it. That might help us identify the issue.
    Sylvester Roque Former Contributing Editor About This Particular Macintosh

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    Am I the only person here who's heard of AppleTV?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    Am I the only person here who's heard of AppleTV?
    I'd be willing to bet the majority of people who look for these type of solutions are not willing to pay Apple TV prices and just don't want or need another device. I can't blame them, I wouldn't either.

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    Samsung series 5 540
    Yes it's on the network. TV signal is via wired connection from the router to the receiver box. TV is compatible (wired) for use as a computer monitor and has usb ports for memory sticks. I just thought it would be easier to do things wireless if possible.

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    Since your TV is already connected to the network it should be possible to do what you want. Someone may suggest I better way but my first instinct says use a second router. Place the second router near the TY and connect a short cable to that router. In the setup for that router you would need to set it top extend your existing wireless network.
    Sylvester Roque Former Contributing Editor About This Particular Macintosh

    "Got Time to breathe. You got time for music." Denver Pyle as Briscoe Darling

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