I recently updated to the new version of firmware on the PTV3000 here is what Netgear says it supports:
Supported Intel Wireless Display platforms:
- Windows 7, Intel Wireless Display V184.108.40.206, Wifi driver V15.1.1
- Windows 7, Intel Wireless Display V220.127.116.11, Wif driver V15.3.1
- Windows 8 (systems upgraded form Windows 7), Intel Wireless Display V18.104.22.168, Wifi driver V15.3.50
I have a fresh install of Windows 8 and there is no WiFi Driver V15.3.50 to be found anywhere.
The net of this is that you can see the PTV3000 but you cannot connect.
I have all the latest Intel Software Intel Wireless Display V22.214.171.124 and WiFi Driver 126.96.36.199 and the Latest Pro/Set that installed that driver.
I have been playing with this since October and I am willing to purchase any device that will work with this configuration. I haven't found anything yet.
I bought the XPS12 as well and got hold of a PVT1000 that pretty much had the same issue too.
I have since found the following combination of drivers and WiDi software works.
Version 188.8.131.52 for the Intel WiDi software
Driver version 184.108.40.206 for the Intel Centrino Advanced N6235 Wireless Adapter
When connected the PVT1000 decided to upgrade to 220.127.116.11
I have tried to stick to the OEM driver versions but they don't seem to work, and the windows 7 drivers that people have been talking about leads to compatibility issues for install or DLL not found issues when starting the WiDi software.
Have you had any luck with this since?
Hello Chris, please note that we have available the widi software version compatible with Windows 8 at the following link:
Using the driver 15.3.1 may help you as a possible workaround in order to update the firmware on the TV's adapter:
The Netgear PTV may also be updated without connecting to WiDi: