I have a Lenovo U400 ultrabook with Intel Wireless Display support, a Samsung FullHD led tv, and a Netgear NeoTv media box (NTV200S) that is connected to the led tv with HDMI cable. I tried to share the laptop screen with the tv, but I got „There is no adapter detected” error messages. Sometimes the adapter appears on tha laptop and I succeed to connect, but this is very rare.
What should I do? Does anybody else have a similar problem? What did you do to fix it?
--I tried it in Win7, Win8, with the newest driver, earlier driver, tv firmware updated, adapter firmware updated, I followed the suggested installation order on Intel homa page, but the laptop can’t see the adapter.
--The distance of laptop and adapter is only 3 meters.
--I turn off my router (Netgear WNDR3700) to avoid possible interferences of neightbouring wifi channels, but it didn’t help, "No adapter found"
--I didn’t find driver for WiDi in the Lenovo.com (U400 own support page), though hardware is integrated in the laptop. (Don’t forget, that sometimes I succeed to connect. Sometimes…)
--I read this in the Intel.com: "The generic graphics driver cannot be used on IntelR WiDi-enabled systems with ATI* graphics. Please check your computer manufacturer's Web site for the latest system specific updates and technical support information.", but I didn’t fint anything on Lenovo.com for WiDi.
Lenovo U400 (0993) specs:
Processor: Intel Core i5-2430M processor
Graphicss: AMD RadeonT HD 6470M, integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000
Chipset: Mobile Intel HM65 Express Chipset
WiFi: Intel CentrinoR Wireless-N 1030
I have Toshiba laptop, same "No Support Intel wireless network adapter was found. Too bad your little human interface software has NO BUTTONS that work if no adapter is found. Uh, duh, how about access to options or historic profiles, anyway??????
After reading all the discussion threads regarding this, it's clear it would be waste of my time to uninstall and reinstall with latest software. I haven't read one person this helped. It's not computer brand specific, but sounds like an across-the-board incompatibility to something mainstream that has been revised.
How about latest vulnerabilities from unfixed (until 2 days ago) java vulnerabilities ver 7/rls 10? Have your little WiDi become a victim? How about widely-used programs such as NetFlix? How about ISP programming, perhaps in response to vulnerabilities that have caused problems: AT&T uverse, Comcast xfinity?
Seems like instead of waiting for the molehill, now actually sounds like a foothill, to become a mountain, Intel needs to stop denying and start gathering information so you can troubleshoot this issue. It's VERY WIDESPREAD in the past 2 weeks ---- I'd WORRY! You don't want to get slammed with the negative publicity Oracle has been having.
Creo que algo grave esta pasando con la localización del adaptador NetGear Push2TV e Intel no lo tiene resuelto.
Widi no encuenra el adaptador de ninguna forma. Tengo la ultima version de NetGear Push2TV.
El procesador Intel en mi HP Probook es Intel i5-2410M.
Grafhics, Intel HD
Adaptador de WiFi es Broadcom 184.108.40.206 y el driver 5.60.350.23
Tanto el WiFi como su controlador, recomendados deben ser Intel de acuerdo a la recomendación del documento Intel descrito en: System requirements for the Intel� Wireless Display
Esto ultimo pueder la razón por la cual no hay compatibilidad entre Broadcom e Intel.
Me gustaria saber si alguien conoce esta disposición lo cual desde luego sería una limitante grave ya que HP introduce su linea ProBook con este dispositivo de linea condenando a no poder instalar el Wi Di en estos equipos.
I have a samsung laptop, and when I try to open the utility on the laptop, it says no adapter found, try restarting the computer. After two restarts and restoring the comp to before the last widows critical updates neither of these helped. I checked the device manager and I only have the wireless adapter for internet connectivity, microsoft vitual adapter 1 and 2 and something about hamaich or like that. Nothing that indicates an adapter for the wireless display. I have internet connectivity. My son has no idea when he last used the wireless display to connect to the tv. Any ideas