With Windows 8.1 natively supporting Miracast, we saw a demonstration of screen mirroring via Xbox One at the ongoing //build/ conference. If I want to mirror my laptop screen running Windows 8.1, what extra hardware would I need both on receiving end and transmitting end to support Miracast?
- WiFi device with NDIS 6.3 driver. (Check with
Get-NetAdapter | Select Name, NdisVersionin PowerShell.)
- Video driver that supports WDDM 1.3 (new for Windows 8.1).
Receiving end: Any device certified for Miracast? Netgear Push2TV confirmed to work.
Having access to hardware you may run:
cmd> netsh wlan show driver Wireless Display Supported: No (Graphics Driver: No, Wi-Fi Driver: No)
dxdiag and "Save details" where::
System Information Miracast: Not Available