Sorry to hear you are having problems but let me provide all accurate information to help you on this situation.
In order to display image to your projector using the wireless capability there are certain requirement that your system must meet. Check the links below:
The NUC must meet the WIDI requirements but besides this, the projector must be WIDI ready also to accomplish this task. My best recommendation is to check the requirements in the link above and confirming with the projector manufacture if that product is WIDI ready.
Thanks for your reply and tips.
I am not using Intel WiDi to send the signal to the beamer, I am using WirelessHD (WiHD) to send the signal to the beamer WirelessHD - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia this is supported by the Epson projector EH-TW6100W. There is a box, where I connect my HDMI Devices with a cable which sends the signal to the projector. This works fine with my computer or my Raspberry Pi.
According to Wikipedia Intel is part of the WirelessHD consortium, so I thought both products should support this standard.
Thanks for your help.
Kevin, I also reported the problem to Epson Germany. They are trying to tell me, that the Intel Nuc is not sending a HD-conform signal. Can you confirm, that Intel doesen't send the correct HD signal?
If you would like to contact the Epson Support you can e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org contacting ***** ***. The support ticket id is EPSON e-mail Ref No-501-DE*-3206366-10. Januar 2014
Thank you and have a nice weekend.
Message was edited by: MARK HANNA. Removed name per request.
I found a solution, its a driver problem.
- intel nuc startup ... no signal over wirelessHD
- intel nuc live bios ... no signal over wirelessHD
- xbmcbuntu ... no signal over wirelessHD
- openelec ... works
- windows 8.1 64 setup .. no signal over wirelessHD
- windows 8.1 64 boot ... no signal over wirelessHD
- windows 8.1 64 with latest intel display drivers ... works
- if i have some time i will try ubuntu 12 and 13
So there is a bug with the intel nuc firmware graphics drivers, the intel nuc live bios graphic drivers and WirelessHD.
But so far this is fine, I can live with this situation.
Checking all the information you have provided and searching more about the product you have, I have some questions for you:
- At this point do you have the latest graphics driver installed?
- Is the Epson driver up to date?
- Is the system recognizing the WirelessHD connected to it?
- Does the system recognizes and connects to the projector wirelessly?
It is important to say that based on the link below; there should be a direct/ straight connection between the system and the device (no adapters) because using adapters can interfere in the signal. Here you have the link:
1. yes, from the intel website
2. there is no downloadable epson driver, just the default win 8.1
3. yes, win 8.1 recognizes the WirelessHD
4. yes, as soon as the intel drivers are started, but not within the bios or during the boot process
i connected the intel nuc direct with a miniHDMI to HDMI cable to the WirelessHD transmitter.
i connected the intel nuc with a miniDisplay to HDMI Adapter and a HDMI to the WirelessHD transmitter.
i connected the intel nuc with a miniHDMI to HDMI adapter and a HDMI cable to the WirelessHD transmitter.
all those efforts have the same results. no picture in BIOS, no picture during Windows 8.1 boot. a picture in Windows 8.1.
When i connect the intel nuc direct to the beamer (without the WirelessHD transmitter) it works with all cable combinations.
Sounds like a driver problem, not like a cable problem.
I am using NUC i5 version and EPSON TW6600 wirelessHD projector and have the same problem. I guess HDMI handshake is not going through wireless connection.
All other devices are working fine over same connection. Running latest drivers and firmware... (updated today).
Two possible fixes:
1. Connect via HDMI cable (little problematic due to room configuration)
2. Install Dr. HDMI (EDID correction tool) - additional cost and not sure in result
Or Intel could fix this issue???