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Screen mirroring and projecting to your PC

Note that you’ll need a device that supports Miracast. Here’s how to mirror another screen or project to your PC: Select Start > Settings > System > Projecting to this PC . Under Add the “Wireless Display” optional feature to project this PC, select Optional features . Select Add a feature, then enter “wireless display.”.

Fix connections to Miracast wireless displays

Make sure your Windows device supports Miracast by checking the info that came with it or by going to the manufacturer's website. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. Make sure the display you want to project to supports Miracast and that it's turned on. If it doesn't, you'll need a Miracast adapter (sometimes called a dongle) that plugs into an HDMI ...

Connect your PC to an external display that supports Miracast

If you're using a Miracast dongle or adapter, make sure it's plugged in to the display. On your PC, make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. On the taskbar, select the action center icon > Connect > pick your display. Follow any additional instructions on the screen. Otherwise, you're done.

Fix connections to wireless displays or docks

Make sure the display supports Miracast and verify it's turned on. If your wireless display doesn't, you’ll need a Miracast adapter (sometimes called a dongle) that plugs into an HDMI port. Make sure your device drivers are up to date and the latest firmware is installed for your wireless display, adapter, or dock.

Use the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

For other Miracast® enabled devices, look for Miracast or Cast in Settings and follow your device's instructions. Use the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter app. To change the settings for your adapter, update the firmware, and more, you'll need the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter app. Here's how to install it from the Microsoft Store:

Connect a Bluetooth audio device or wireless display to your PC

Miracast wireless displays. Wirelessly connect your PC to a TV, projector, another PC, or other kind of external display that supports Miracast. Turn on your TV or projector. If you're using a Miracast dongle or adapter, make sure it's plugged in to the display. On your PC, make sure Wi-Fi is turned on.

Troubleshooting Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

Miracast® over Wi-Fi Note: Only the Microsoft 4K Wireless Display Adapter supports Miracast® over Wi-Fi. If you can't connect the adapter directly to your home's wireless network, check the following:

Windows 8.1 can't discover Samsung TV as wireless display device

Various Samsung TV models, planned for release in 2015, are preconfigured to support Miracast as both a wireless display device and a source of display content. To support this, its display type is set as a "dual-role" device. However, Windows 8.1 does not recognize the "dual-role" setting and fails to discover the device as a Miracast wireless ...

Update the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

This Windows 10 app is available for free, and you use it to update your Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. Open the Wireless Display Adapter app and connect to your adapter. The app provides connection instructions. After you're connected, select Firmware on the left side of the navigation pane in the app. If you're prompted that an update is ...

September 16, 2020—KB4577062 (OS Builds 18362.1110 and 18363.1110) Preview

Updates an issue on some dual graphics processing unit (GPU) devices that prevent connections to a Miracast receiver. Updates an issue in the user experience (UX) that prevents you from connecting or reconnecting to a Miracast receiver. Improvements and fixes. Windows 10, version 1909.
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