I got a Samsung NP900X4C and a Netgear PTV2000 adapter.
I have looked alot on the forums but it dont seams like someone has the same problems as me.
Here's my problem:
I can connect to my adapter and everything works fine for 35 seconds then it disconnects everytime, i have timed this about 10 times and its allways 35 seconds. after i disconnect i can reconnect immediately but after 35s i get disconnected again.
I have proset 18.104.22.168 and WIDI 22.214.171.124 installed.
any suggestion on this problem is appreciated.
I tried switching to "balanced mode" but i didnt help, i also tried putting the devices next to each other but that didnt help either.
Any random disconnects i could live with but that its always 35s is really bugging me, i tried to find some settings in the wifi-proset but found nothing that helped.
Any other suggestions?
No I'm still working on it.
Interesting to see someone else have the same problem.
Can there be a problem with the new ivy bridge CPU or the HD graphic 4000, since that is one of the few things our laptops have in common.
I have the i7 3517U if it is down to a specific model, i also have the latest HD Drivers.
Hi I have exactly the same issue on windows 8 release preview: I get disconnected everytime after 35s.
Latest drivers installed.
Samsung slate xe700.
- Intel HD 3000/2000 Beta Graphics driver for Windows 8 v126.96.36.19992
- Intel(R) PROSet Wirless WiFi Software & Drivers incl. Intel(R) My WiFi Technology v188.8.131.52
- Intel Widi Software 184.108.40.206 or 3.0.13
- Firmware belkin 3.1.29
I am too using Windows 8 consumer preview.
- Intel HD 4000 Beta Graphics Driver for Windows 8 v220.127.116.1192 (without these I won't even be able to connect)
- Intel(R) PROset/Wireless WiFi Drivers 15.01.1000.0972
- Intel WiDi Software 18.104.22.168
I will try and upgrade the WiDi Software to the latest version and will post if this changes anything.
No further progress. However I noticed the following in the event viewer which happens at the same time as the connection is disconnected:
"The Intel(R) Content Protection HECI Service service terminated with the following error:
No more data is available."
I disabled the Windows Defender and Firewall but no other result.