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Nero MediaHome 4 Essentials and Network Connections

by lgneww / January 1, 2012 12:58 PM PST

I have an LG 42" 5400 TV, which is GREAT! But, can someone tell me if I have a problem or if this is "normal" behavior. Originally I used the included LG USB wireless connector. Then I loaded up the Nero app from the included CD. All fine. Subsequently, I was able to connect to my network through the LG's Ethernet connection. OK. BUT, 2 issues:

1) if I am connected through the wired connection and then turn off the TV, when I turn it back on, it reverts to the wireless connection, and I have to reselect the wired connection.

2) Nero MediaHome 4 shares are only available when I'm connected wirelessly, OR if I connect first wirelessly, then switch to wired, the MediaHome 4 shares persist and are available.

I'd really rather use the USB 1 connection to attach my SD reader but can't since I apparently have to have the LG wireless adapter there all the time because of the above.

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling Nero but to no avail.

Can anyone shed any light on these issues?

THANKS!!!

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