3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 1, 2018 11:59 AM by Intel Corporation

    Miracast support in Windows 10 Laptop




      I am using a Intel Core i5 laptop with windows 10 running on it. When I try to connect my laptop with my TV wirelessly using Miracast, the connection is unsuccessful and casting is getting failed. Any separate driver has to be installed ? Ideally this feature should work seamlessly as Microsoft provides option to add wireless display.


      However, on the flip side, When I try to use the laptop as a Miracast Sink and my Android phone as a Miracast Source, I could able to share the phone's screen seamlessly thought there is significant delay and frame drops which is a different story all together.


      Can you please help me understand why its not working in earlier case when I try to use the laptop as Miracast Source and TV as Miracast Sink ?


      P.S: Network Adapter: Intel Dual Band Wireless AC7265,

              Driver Details: Netwbw02.sys, file version

              DxDiag output - Miracast: Supported

              Video Driver - WDDM 1.33

              WiFi NDIS - 6.4