Hello Graeth, as far as I can see the TV supports DLNA* but there is no mention of Intel® WiDi compatibility within its specifications. In this case I suggest you to try initiating a DLNA* connection from the TV according to the article below and make sure your firewall does not interfere.
Well the list on the widi page said any F series TV be samsung and the link went to the page with my TV on it.
But nope, tried it, still wont see it. When I try connecting from the TV side, not through the allcast (because that just on the receiving side) but through something on the TV called WiFi Direct, it sees the laptop and tries to initiate the connection, answer yes on the laptop and then the TV just says that it cannot connect. Firewall on, firewall off, doesn't change anything. Does it matter that I'm stuck using the 220.127.116.11 widi driver?
If you have Windows* 7 try updating your graphics and wireless drivers first.
Then, after a system restart, attempt to update your Intel® WiDi software to any 4.x version.
In this case it does matter to update your software and if you get it installed try the native Intel(R) WiDi connection first. I would use DLNA* as a second option if possible.
Thats what I was saying in my first post. I cant update my drivers with the latest release from intel because it gives me a message about 'some modifications from the OEM' and quits the installer. And when asked, my manufacturer (Fujitsu) claims the drivers on their website are the latest and do not plan to update them.
Yup, been trying it for weeks over the break. Neither will update. (And not intel's problem but can't even update my bluetooth drivers for the same reason.) No help from fujitsu, just keep saying the drivers on their site are the latest. As for configuration, its just a Fujitsu T902, as far as configuration options go, I don't know. There weren't any options even for the type of wireless antenna. Just an i5(-3320 I believe) and intel HD 4000 graphics.
I think at this point Ill spring for one of the external devices like the actiontec screenbeam or push2TV modules.
Do you know if they are backwards compatible--since I can't use the latest WiDi Drivers?
Hi, I'm new on here and I think I have a similar issue, my HP Pavilion DV6 was running WiDi fine in November and I just came back from overseas to find that whenever I open the program it seems to crash. There is a text box appearing briefly but its too fast to read. I tried updating the drivers from this site but I get the same message as Graeth, something about the OEM being modified. Has this been the result of a Windows update package? this is highly annoying as it was working fine with my Samsung F4600 TV before. Sorry if this isnt the right place to post but I am keen to resolve this problem so I can interface my machines!