Windows 10: Can't connect to wireless display

Discus and support Can't connect to wireless display in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; I have a Panasonic TV that has support for screen mirroring (Miracast). I checked through dxdiag, command prompt and Connect Store app, and all of them... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by ksio89, Sep 6, 2018.

  1. ksio89 Win User

    Can't connect to wireless display


    I have a Panasonic TV that has support for screen mirroring (Miracast). I checked through dxdiag, command prompt and Connect Store app, and all of them confirm that my laptop is compatible with this feature. However, I cannot connect to my TV wirelessly, Windows can find the TV, but I can never get to connect to it. I can see the TV on "Bluetooth and other devices" Settings menu and Connect side menu (Win + K shortcut). Sometimes the TV does detect an attempt to connect to it from the laptop and starts the connection procedure, but it does not work. As soon as it says the connection was made, the TV almost instantly states that the source has disconnect from it.

    Screen mirroring works fine with all Android devices that I tested, so apparently, it's an issue with Windows itself, and not my TV. Does anyone know what shall I do to make Miracast work? Thanks in advance.

    info:

    OS: Windows 10 Home Single Language version 1803 (17134.254)
    TV: Panasonic TC-40DS600B

    P.S.: the text isn't in English in the screenshots, but in the prompt command menu image, in the last line, it reads "Wireless display support": Yes (Graphics Driver: Yes, Wi-Fi Driver: Yes). The other screenshots are just to show you that Windows is able to see the TV. The first attachment is a dxdiag log, which says "Miracast: Available, with HDCP"

    DxDiag.txt
    Can't connect to wireless display [​IMG]

    Can't connect to wireless display [​IMG]

    Can't connect to wireless display [​IMG]

    Can't connect to wireless display [​IMG]


    :)
     
    ksio89, Sep 6, 2018
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  2. Carlo Fer Win User

    Windows Wireless Display Adapter-not connecting anymore

    Hello Phillip,

    Did you notice any changes on your PC prior to the issue? I suggest that you follow the steps outlined in this support article:
    Troubleshooting Wireless Display Adapters.

    Since updating drivers did not work, in addition, you can try to reset the Wireless Adapter.

    1. On the adapter, press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds.
    2. When the message " Ready to connect "shows, open the
      Action Center.
    3. Select Connect, and in the list of displays, select
      Microsoft
      Wireless Display Adapter.

    Please respond to this thread to let me know how the issue progresses. Similarly, if you have more questions, please inform me by replying to this post.

     
    Carlo Fer, Sep 6, 2018
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  3. Janeane Cru Win User
    wireless display adapter model 1628

    Hi Rudy,

    Connecting to a wireless display requires a device that supports Miracast. For us to identify the cause of this issue, please answer the below questions:


    In the meantime, we suggest performing the given steps on this article:
    Fix connections to wireless displays or docks
    .

    We look forward for your response.
     
    Janeane Cru, Sep 6, 2018
    #3
  4. Anne Ros Win User

    Can't connect to wireless display

    Not able to connect wireless display

    Hi Madhu,

    For us to provide a solution suited to your wireless display concern, we need additional information. Can you answer the questions below?

    • Were there any changes made to your device prior to the issue?
    • Did you update your Windows?
    • Have you tried other troubleshooting steps so far?

    In the meantime, we suggest updating your wireless driver and see if it helps. Follow the steps below:


    • Open Device Manager.

    • Look for Network adapterand click it to expand.

    • Select the driver then right-click on it and select Properties.

    • Under Driver tab, click the Update Driver button to update the driver.

    We'll keep an eye out to your response.
     
    Anne Ros, Sep 6, 2018
    #4
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