Does anyone know what devices uses Lite-on technology?

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 One of my AP's is being blown up by deauth frames and the mac address lookup says it's a lite-on technology device. I can't find what kind of devices use that kind of wireless adaptor.


 Any help would be appriciated!!

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J. Goodnough, Champ

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First google hit for "lite-on network adapter driver" is on a Hewlett-Packard site, so maybe start there?
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Thanks Goodnough,


I saw that too, but in this particle instance, if it was an HP laptop it would've connected to the network. I was wondering if anyone new of any cell phones/Blue-ray players/TVs might be using lite-on for wireless

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It's probably something like a Blu-ray player. I know Samsung provides a wi-fi connection on some of their devices, either built-in or via a bluetooth adapter.
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Branden Hazlet

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Jas

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Toshiba
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Dillan Horn

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I have found the same companies MAC address using the wireless legitimately by a CCTV system.
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Matt Pramschufer

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My TCL Roku TV uses Liteon Technology Corporation Mac Address
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wendy o Koopa

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my isp did a check on connected devices to my router(it's managed by them) and a lite on smart tv came up and if I blocked it I lost internet on my hp laptop. We scanned the mac adress and such. I called hp and they were as you can expect not helpful, I've now lost use of the internet for my phone when I'm in my apartment as well. It's driving me up the wall. 
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Erik C

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I blocked that MAC address on my router and my Hitachi Wireless Speaker quit working.  Hope this helps.
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Rob Patton

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For me it was a Sharp RokuTv