On Intel Core-processor based systems with HD3000 graphics, you can connect one external monitor at a time in addition to the built-in LCD panel. The external monitor can be connected by WiDi or by cable, but not both at the same time. Hope this helps.
Intel WiDi - Applications Engineer
Contrary to this statement, I had 3 displays working with WiDi. Laptop screen, wired monitor, and WiDi. All these displays were extended (seprate) and worked fine. Until the new software and firmware update. Now I get a Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error when all three are connected due to the mouse pointer being enabled. Now i can no longer get the pointer working on the 3rd WiDi screen. I am quite annoyed that it worked fine before and the update screwed it up. It works fine with just 2 displays but not 3. Can anyone help me on this or is their any planning to support multiple displays in the future? It worked perfectly when I had it set up originally.
Thanks, Joe, for the link.
I read "How to enable 3 independent displays" and found the following:
"You must have 3 monitors connected to see all 3 dropdown menus." These instructions sound like they're for cabled monitors.
I'm trying to connect 2 monitors through wireless. Both monitors are available through the Widi software, but I can only choose 1 at a time through the software. I tried naming the monitors the same, but it seems to be going by the adapter number.
Please take a look to the third question and the comprehensive table, just above the one you read: What three independent display configurations are supported?
Only one wireless display can be managed via Intel® WiDi, the other one(s) have to be wired.
I am sorry for any inconvenience.