1. stav_p's Avatar
    While on the whole I am reasonably happy with the performance of the wireless display adapter. There is one thing that annoys me which I would like to resolve. I haven’t been able to find a solution. I have a Surface Pro 4, running Windows 10, Ver 1607, Build 14393.693. I ran the Windows Wireless Adapter, and ran the firmware update. I added the device, it connected automatically and it worked nicely. However! In the Connected Devices, the MSDisplayAdapter_0F then remains in the Projectors field showing “not connected”- I don’t get a “connect” option.
    The way I have been doing it is by removing the device and adding it. It gets annoying having to do that each time I want to use it. Surely I must be missing something? Has anyone had a similar experience? How do I fix this so that I can connect the device without having to remove and add device each time.
    03-14-2017 09:49 PM
  2. WillBthr's Avatar
    Have you updated the Display Adapter firmware via the Store by finding Microsoft Display Adapter?
    03-15-2017 12:39 AM
  3. Mark Kaplan's Avatar
    I used to experience this issue as well. I resolved it by using the "connect to a wireless display" function in the display settings.
    03-15-2017 03:10 PM

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