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PC to TV via Miracast. How?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello fellas!

 

I need to ask something. I want to display my PC's display (Windows 10) to a Miracast compatible TV. My PC is connected to the network via cable and has not wireless adapter. For my PC to be presented to my TV, what I have to buy? A wireless dongle? 

 

Will it work while my PCI Express network card (with cable) works as my networking device? 

 

Thank you!

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You do not need a separate network card if the TV and PC are in the same network already.

 

I don't know about how your TV works, but my LG C9 just needs to be switched to Screen Share->Miracast mode and then in Windows, just select the TV for projection under Devices.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 hours ago, jj9987 said:

You do not need a separate network card if the TV and PC are in the same network already.

 

I don't know about how your TV works, but my LG C9 just needs to be switched to Screen Share->Miracast mode and then in Windows, just select the TV for projection under Devices.

 

You use a laptop or a PC my friend?

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1 hour ago, mts said:

You use a laptop or a PC my friend?

I have a Windows desktop PC. Laptop is Mac.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I want to connect from my PC to my TV via Miracast. So... I should have wireless adapter to connect right? Miracast wants WiFi.. is that right? I want to connect wirelessly.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Anyone? 

 

If I buy a wireless nic, will i be able to cast to a miracast tv? I dont have a wireless adapter on my PC nor a miracast dongle. Just ethernet.. 

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