I ended up opening device manager in control panel and deleting the video driver which forced a reboot, After booting and restoring the video device automatically the display adapter worked as before. I have to move projector 2-3 feet further back to get same size projected image. It might sound ridiculous, but some problems have a very simple solution. I am unable to connect to a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter version 1. And the good news from my side: now it is working with 5. Perhaps switch channel on router to 1, 6 or 11.
Reset the adapter If previous methods did not help to solve the problem, you should try to reset the adapter. I have even seen it disconnect once and make the tv unresponsive. Any ideas how to fix this? I had to disconnect the device it self. Option-3: Switch the adapter off and back on A simple restart of the adapter can make things fall into place. So there seems to have been great progress. Option-4: Reset Microsoft wireless display adapter Near the wired connection on the adapter, you will see a small reset button.
Check if the display adapter is activated Sometimes the solution to the problem is simple and obvious. Just use the popular, built-in feature, Miracast. All drivers problems of your computer would be detected less than 1 min. Something I do find with wireless display adapters is that if your connected but screen is black. To get it to work, I had to hold the reset button on the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter for 10 seconds to reset it. Also double check Windows Firewall and allow adapter through.
One of these issues is connectivity problems. . Once the device is ready to connect you will receive a message you should go to the Action Center and choose Connect to select Microsoft wireless display adapter. Press and hold it for about 10 seconds. It will still have the same boot time even though you waited 5 minutes. I press connect and it starts to search, failed to connect comes up and a screen at the bottom reads Conflict found Wireless display and wi fi access point are on different wi fi channels, you can try reconnecting to your wireless display if performance is disgraded. Keep in mind that this setting is normally at end of the quick toggles list.
Windows Update run before no more updates available. I have plugged in my microsoft wireless display adapter, pressed the hdmi 2 button and up pops the splash screen. Uninstall your driver and install it back again to see if this works for you. Option-6: The wireless frequency band may not be in sync 2. I have tried it on three different televisions.
It was fine , did not disconnect. I'm coming to the conclusion that the adapter it self is just faulty. All these suggestions are just wild goose chases. I have restarted the dongle as button 10 seconds Will double check Windows Firewall. I wonder if - having Virtual Box installed, and all his drivers could have caused some issue.
So I'm pretty sure that's not the problem. I will try it again later this evening and report back. I haven't really noticed a loss in sharpness with whatever device I use. Microsoft made a device that simply won't work with a huge number of fairly recent computers. Then, suddenly, they both refused to connect. The wireless adapter might not be activated on your computer.
It seems when I try to do that, only the L Front and R Front speaker works. Reinstall graphics card driver Nevertheless, the problem may have occurred after installing the v1709 update; the issue might be related to graphics card. If so, the Windows 10 system on your computer may not have the built-in Miracast support. Make sure you call only certified professionals. Microsoft is working on the connectivity issue with the wireless display adapter. That will turn off WiFi and Bluetooth and back on. Wish I had tried this first.