Thanks for the post.
If you have viewed the system requirements page and your system does not meet the minimum requirements then unfortunately Intel® Wireless Display,
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Hi Paul I have the same question. I thought my specs were OK but when I tried to load the software it said it was incompatible with my specs. Can you please tell me if I can use WiDi with my laptop.
The specs are:
Intel Core i7 2620M 2.7ghz
8 gb memory
Win 7 premium 64 bit
NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 520M CUDA 1 GB
I was told my laptop cannot use WiDi. Apparently there are only a few models that can do it and my ASUS can't. Sad eh? I thought buying my late model high spec i7 laptop would be up with it but no (the sales person thought it could). Apparently laptops have a WiDi sticker to say it can. I do a lot of presentations and the WiDi and a receiver would be excellent. A person once told me the "industry is built on incompatibility".. As another post commented is intel looking at a way of letting this happen for the other machines?