Windows 10: Where Does 'Streams Detected' Window come from?

Discus and support Where Does 'Streams Detected' Window come from? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Suddenly I'm getting little windows or info boxes or something - message boxes - say 'Streams Detected' with couple of quavers, music notes, icon, too.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by abrogard, Apr 25, 2020.

  1. abrogard Win User

    Where Does 'Streams Detected' Window come from?


    Suddenly I'm getting little windows or info boxes or something - message boxes - say 'Streams Detected' with couple of quavers, music notes, icon, too.

    Very annoying. Can't get rid of it.

    Anyone got any idea what's causing it and how i can get rid of it?


    A suddenly this ' paint 3d ' thing starts by default opening images when I click on them, like this screenshot png I'm going to attach to this. I don't want that, either, and don't know why it suddenly happened.

    :)
     
    abrogard, Apr 25, 2020
    #1
  2. Xylee Del Win User

    no streaming

    Hi,

    Windows 10 has an improved capability to stream on your devices through casting. We suggest that you follow the steps below on how to cast a device using Microsoft Edge:

    • Open Microsoft Edge.
    • Go to a website that contains the media (ex: video, picture, audio) that you want to cast, click the
      ellipsis button at the top right corner, and select Cast media to device.
    • Windows will now try to connect to your network and detect your DLNA device (smart TV).
    • Make sure to turn on the Bluetooth on your smart TV. Click on the DLNA device (smart TV) you want to cast to.
    • Windows will now connect and cast to your DLNA device (smart TV).

    Let us know if you need further assistance.
     
    Xylee Del, Apr 25, 2020
    #2
  3. Junaid_A Win User
    Second monitor streamed using Elgato HD60 Pro not detected

    Hi,

    Thank you for writing to Microsoft Community forum.

    • How is the setup done? Do you mean to say that the monitor streamed is not being detected?

    Standard graphic cards that do not have the special DMS port will not be able to send out two separate display signals to two different
    monitors. Seems like the monitor is attached to the onboard GPU port instead of NVidia, if the display is not being detected despite of the GPU supporting dual monitors. You may plug the
    monitor into the NVidia GPU port and check if it’s being detected.

    If the issue persists, it could be due to faulty drivers. I suggest you to install the latest drivers from
    NVidia.

    Regards,
     
    Junaid_A, Apr 25, 2020
    #3
  4. Where Does 'Streams Detected' Window come from?

    Xbox One Streaming

    Hi Dylan,

    Incorrect configuration setting is one of the possible reasons why you are unable to stream on your Xbox One S. For us to properly assist you, we need to gather more details. Kindly answer the questions below:

    • When was the last time you were able to stream from your Xbox One S?
    • Have you tried using a different computer and check if the issue persists?
    • What are the troubleshooting steps you have done so far?

    Meanwhile, we suggest that you run the troubleshooter for Windows apps using the link below. This can help remove conflicts with an app from Microsoft Store.

    Click here

    You may also check the link below for troubleshooting steps.

    Troubleshooting Xbox app game streaming on Windows 10
     
    Wilfred Mac, Apr 25, 2020
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