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2011-11-23 05:12 PM
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2011-12-12 04:20 AM
I am wondering if your laptop has switchable graphics, and if you need to toggle a control there to get it to use the Intel GPU.
SonyVaioFan wrote: For StephenB - We read your previous suggestions in threads and tried the idea of hooking up the PTV2000 with the simple component video (using the yellow, white and red plugs in the appropriate locations in the Sony TV and the PTV2000). Again, the same result: we select the proper video input on the Sony TV and as soon as we turn on IntelWiDi, the screen turns black but the test audio of IntelWiDi works fine. When we close IntelWiDi, the Netgear screen comes back up on the Sony TV.
2011-12-12 08:05 AM
2011-12-12 11:48 AM
Yes, that is exactly what I mean. With some graphics engines (e.g. Nvidia Optimus) this is handled automatically. But there are other graphics engines that require the user to manually switch to Intel mode.
Dogbert wrote: Also when StephenB says "switchable graphics" I think he means having both the Intel graphics card and an alternate graphics card (such as Nvidia) in the laptop. If it has an a secondary graphics card and the laptop is defaulting to that one instead of the Intel graphics card, the Widi display will not work.
2011-12-12 07:52 PM
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2011-12-30 04:45 AM
Alternatively you could have dragged the video window to the second widi display (generally positioned to the right of the real monitor).
deluct wrote: ...To get the video to stream I went to graphics options --> output to --> Clone Displays --> built in display + intel widi. All is working fine now.
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