I have a strange problem with a wifi slowdown when connected to a tv. I appreciate any help I can get! Here are the specs of the equipment: 2.2 Ghz white macbook, santa rosa, 4 gb ram, purchased January 2008 Panasonic TV connected via HDMI to DVI cable + Apple Mini DVI to DVI connector USB Western Digital harddrive connected to a 500 GB Time Capsule (1st edition, no dual channels) Snow leopard 10.6.1 Before upgrading to snow leopard, I would frequently use the macbook to provide video to the above mentioned tv streamed from a hard drive connected to an imac (connected to the same time capsule). I moved, and upgraded to snow leopard, and haven't tried this until finished setting up my equipment yesterday. I can stream videos to the macbook from this hard drive fine when nothing is connected. However, the moment I plug in the mini-DVI connector, the wifi drops to a crawl. This applies not only the to air disk but any data from the network (internet, etc.) A couple of additional notes: Display is set to mirror Has nothing to do with clamshell mode because the macbook isn't closed Nothing to do with location/interference- the effect is instantaneous with plugging and unplugging the cable The base station is actually closer than in my previous setup and is pretty much 20 feet away in direct line of sight I connect to another external monitor daily at work (vga, again with apple mini dvi to vga adapter)- no issue whatsoever restart did not help I cancelled all time machine backups over the network to limit that as a factor- no effect Any help is appreciated!