Wireless display in Windows 10 doesn't work properly because Win 10 doesn't recognize Tcl-Roku TV as a Display?
I have three Pc's in my network running Windows 10 and have two different outcomes for wireless display! PC 1 Dell N5010 Samsung Evo 850 SSD 8Gb ram. On this PC Windows 10 sees TCL-Roku TV as "Other Device". Pc 2 Dell E6500 Samsung Evo 850 SSD 8Gb ram.
This PC also sees Roku TV as "other device" Neither of these will connect to the Roku TV! PC 3 is a custom built intel 7600k CPU sitting on an Asus z170 Mark 1 mother board with 32 GB ram with an Nvidia GT 740 the Nvidia driver doesn't support miracast but
the onboard intel card does so does the wifi/bluetooth network card when I cast to the Roku sound doesn't transmit with the video! The aforementioned is attached to a Philips TV as a monitor the irony is all the devices wifi stream to the Philips TV because
they provide an app that makes it happen, the app uses a lot of resources but as you can read all PC's here have resources to spare. Why doesn't Microsoft provide an app that streams? Come on guys my three Android devices stream to either tv with the touch
of a button! This isn't rocket science the fact I have to install a Chromecast on one of these PC's is sad. My custom build can fly the space shuttle! I mean really!!!! Please advise!!
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Thanks for trying either you didn't read the entire post or you don't understand the content. How do I know this? The reply you sent. #1 All three of the mentioned PC's have streamed wireless to my Philips TV because they had the foresight to have Funai
write an app for that purpose. This is not a hardware issue! It's a driver issue with Nvidia on my custom build they didn't bother to build in support for streaming. The onboard video card is Intel and supports WiDi. The funny thing about that is it doesn't
transmit audio with the video signal. Buying a 4Gb DDR 5 video card just to have Microsoft tell me to use their"Basic" display driver is just plain ludicrous. Last but not least No amount of troubleshooting is going to solve the issue for the aforementioned
reasons. Chromecast it is!
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