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Windows 10 miracast widi


mattzyd

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Hi everyone 

I have a question about miracast function after update to windows 10 

Do You have a problem with connect pc to the TV ? I have, now ;/ 

When I want to connect TV by add device on the tv screen i see this information "can't connect with device" 

What's happened ? 

Do You think this is Windows fault ? Or TV LG software ? 

Please reply 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(if my language has got a lot of mistake, im sorry but I do best i can )

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I also encounter problem with connecting to my 42LB631 after upgrading to Windows 10 from 8.1.

I updated all Network, Adaptor display driver to the latest one. When I connect my laptop from Action Center, it announces Connected but the TV screen is black and after few seconds it shows an error message of "MIRRORING ERROR, we can't mirror your device screen connected via Miracast. Check you device"

In previous Window 8.1, it worked very well.

I'm waiting for a solution maybe from Intel, Microsoft or LG.

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