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bogeyman62

Screen Share with Windows 10

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thx, let me try that 👍

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None of these suggestions work for me unfortunately. My Surface Pro and LG TV see each other and attempt to connect but don't succeed.

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I too agree with Jeff Parker....

On 8/14/2017 at 4:27 AM, Jeff Parker said:

None of these suggestions work for me unfortunately. My Surface Pro and LG TV see each other and attempt to connect but don't succeed.

As well, have a "Surface Pro" and "LG SMART TV"

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I realize this thread is old as well, but has anybody had any other luck?  This is frustrating to say the least and LG apparently could care less.

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I ran into this same problem. For me, the problem was I had a dual band router and my laptop was on the 5Ghz wireless network while my LG TV was on the 2.5Ghz wireless network. Once I put them both on the same band, everything worked. 

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Thanks ChrisG, that worked for me (after going back and forth with LG tech support for two weeks)

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I was able to share my screen on my LG TV.

Details

TV Model: LG 43 LJ617 T

WebOS 3.60.10

Windows 10 64 bit OS

My TV and laptop are connected to the same wifi. 

On my TV. I went to Home screen>>Device Connector>>PC>>Screen Share>>Miracast>>Start

Then TV goes to Screen Share mode and leave the TV like that

Now I go to my Laptop>>Action Centre(Right bottow on windows 10)>>Connect

The TV gets listed there. I click on the TV name and the connection is done. The screen share is complete.

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On 9/19/2017 at 0:34 AM, CIWS14 said:

I realize this thread is old as well, but has anybody had any other luck?  This is frustrating to say the least and LG apparently could care less.

Were you able to solve the problem?

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No I haven't.  No luck and LG Support is worthless.  If it was as simple as the instructions you copied and pasted on the post, then it would be done.  I have those same instructions and to no avail.  I wish it was that simple.

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