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It will be, by default, trying to supply DHCP addresses to any connected equipment - which will fight your main BT router. It will also most likely be trying to use the same default IP address as the BT. This contains some guesswork as my D-Link is slightly different, but the principle ought to be the same. Try connecting a single 'test' computer to it. ...
Have you checked what input settings you have on the TV? if so then the only issue could be the resolution settings on the PC itself which is not compatible with the TV.
When using VGA, the maximum resolution for your video card is 1600x1200. Try connecting via DVI-I or HDMI as that will allow for higher resolutions.
Make sure the drivers for your video card is installed. You can download yours from here: http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/graphics/desktop
If you want to stream you have more options than an HTTP proxy. You can use a VPN or a DNS proxy. A VPN will have more bandwidth overhead because of the encryption, but if you have a very fast connection it should work fine. Another option is a DNS proxy. This allows you to virtually change your location by using a different DNS server, while using your ...
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