Originally Posted by Vance14
I don't know if you solved your networking issue (just got back from vacation and catching up on all the posts), but I will tell you what worked for me. I was not having problems "seeing" my router, but I was having a hard time with throughput and a weak signal (I have a huge air conditioner in a closet in the middle of my house and it was directly in the way). I also did not want to run ethernet all over my house.
My solution was a powerline adapter. I got the Linksys and it works great! It took about five minutes to set up and I had a solid ethernet connection. Seems a shame to waste that "n" capability both in my router and the 390, but this simply works better.
I'm trying to determine if my problem is the same as yours was.
I've searched this forum, however, couldn't find any similar issues, please excuse me if this has already been discussed and I missed it.
I purchased my BD390 about 2 weeks ago, connected wirelessly and have been using netflix, nero, etc. flawlessly - even been able to watch the HD movies from netflix.
Now for the past two days, while still "seeing" my router the only way I can actually connect is if I unplug the BD390 for a few moments. I plug it in, turn it on and I'm automatically connected until I turn it the player off again.
I try re-connecting to no avail until I unplug the player. I've reset the router numerous times.
LG "Customer Service" was no help and very condescending.
I'm using wireless g and have FIOS with 20/5 speed (Windows XP).
I can't imagine it's a weak signal as nothing changed since it was working so great before.
If anyone has any suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it!!