This issue may be isolated to your specific configuration. For example, say you have a simple setup where you just want to plug a Chromecast into an old monitor. Like you, my system was able to play Blur-ray discs fine prior to Windows updating itself. That means that there is no High-bandwith Digital Content Protection. Best regards, Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. Hope all are doing well.
When I pause and come back later I have an error code 0103 and powerdvd is frozen. Still can't seem to find a fix This is probably an obscure issue but here we are months from when the problem happened and it is still broken. Even there own driver utility did not get the correct driver for my graphics card. Here is my license, show me your license! Up until this version driver updates had no affect. I'm trying to help a lot of people, so I don't have time to figure out weird snippets with undefined objects and unknown namespaces. File list File Location Configdisplay. If initialization fails, all of the assertions will fail.
If that is the case than you will need to get one and make sure it is listed as supporting WiDi. Unfortunately at this time we do not provide any guidance on how to use them from the context of a Windows Store app. For users of Windows 10 may already be familiar with Miracast technology. After taking a look around the net, and on Nvidia site - it seems to be well documented. I would think that if it was Off your computer would not detect it at all but you never know. If that is the case, or the drivers you found are not working, try using the solutions on this site as a workaround, and let me know how it goes: Please let me know if this information was helpful by clicking the thumbs up below. Desktop + Display or Laptop Exactly what Version of Windows 10 is running? Kevin Thanks for the suggestion that the Bose Home theater might be the problem.
I use Cyberlink Powerdvd to play blu-ray discs. How old are your monitors and the cables? Has anything else in your config changed? So far I've just connected it to a monitor for installation. Once open, type dxdiag and if a new window dxdiag has appeared, you select Save All Information menu and save the file according to the location you want. I know it is this driver that keeps screwing up because each time it updates it says it needs to be updated again. Have you tried using the , to check for drivers that will work with Windows 10? Sorry about my lack of knowledge on this subject.
George Grote Yes, I've had this problem as well since installation, almost a year now. I'm trying to help a lot of people, so I don't have time to figure out weird snippets with undefined objects and unknown namespaces. The Bose tech guy told me how to reset the unit to factory specs and everything has been fine since then. I want to do a clean install but windows 10 keeps preventing it and doing the old version. Had no problems until I migrated to Windows 10. That is the standard retail version from November.
However, Miracast in general is a very fickle beast, and connection issues like this are unfortunately pretty common. I don't think hooking up the tv's will help right now. I followed the Device Manager instructions. My work laptop is connected to the network using ethernet, hence I can confirm the claim that to receive the feeds, the laptop don't have to be connected to the same wifi network. Either 1 fix these bugs or 2 allow people to turn off the windows update.
Display Tab 2: No problems found. Three of these have nVidia cards and one using Intel chipset for video. This is the link for my Intel driver. I did the following to fix the issue. Later, you will get information whether the Windows 10 device you are using supports Miracast or not. I am currently connect via Ethernet, no wireless connection within my desktop.
However the remedy was simple. None of the suggestions I have read above have worked for us. I'm connected via WiFi, which is indeed required for Miracast. Can I use it for video as well? Everyone that I've encountered says when they use a card other than Nvidia and I've been Nvidia only for years , they have no trouble. I then called Bose and found out my unit was messed up. No loose connectors, changes to cables or hardware, This is interesting. The second way The second way is the easiest way.