How to connect your PC to a HDTV
How to Connect Your PC to Your TV Wirelessly
Connecting your PC to your TV can allow you to mirror your screens, and project your computer experience onto a larger display. Usually, connecting these two devices requires a physical cable. Now however, there are a variety of electronic devices that utilize a wireless network to connect. All you need is a media adapter and a wireless network connection.
Get a media adapter.A media adapter allows your TV to connect to a Wi-Fi network. Most media adapters have both HDMI and the classic audio/video ports, so it could connect to new and old TV units.
Make sure that your computer has a feature called Intel Wireless Display.Currently, this is the only technology that allows computers to connect to TVs through Wi-Fi.
Connect the media adapter to your TV.Plug in the cables to their respected ports, power on the device, and follow the device manual to connect it to a Wi-Fi network.
Launch Intel Wireless Display on your computer.Some laptops have a dedicated switch along the sides that instantly turn the feature on. For some models, you might need to launch the program itself on the computer to turn it on.
Wait for the Intel Wireless Display program to detect the media adapter.Once it detects, click on Connect.
- Some media adapters will require you to enter a code first before your computer can completely establish a connection with it. This only serves as an authentication step, and the codes that you need will appear on your TV.
- Once the connection is complete, your PC’s display will now show on your TV screen and will mirror any action you do on your computer.
QuestionCan a Roku be a media adapter that allows a TV to connect to a Wi-Fi network?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThe TV itself wouldn't necessarily be connected to the Wi-Fi network, but rather the Roku would be connected to the Wi-Fi network. As long as your TV is connected to the Roku through a cable such as an HDMI cable, you can access the apps on the Roku through your TV, but it's the Roku that's on the network.Thanks!
- Make sure that your media adapter is compatible to work with Intel Wireless Display technology.
- Consult your PC manual or contact its manufacturer if you’re not sure your computer or laptop supports Intel Wireless Display.
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