Miracast usually preferred by users for mirror screening purposes. The main reason is that you can easily connect one device to another while using its services. But while using it on Windows 10, many users have complained about Miracast Not Supported by Graphics Drivers error. So here, I’ve decided to provided solutions for this problem.
5 Ways to Fix Miracast Not Supported by Graphics Drivers
- Press Win + X keys from your keyboard.
- Select Windows PowerShell (Admin)
- Execute the following command:
- Get-netadapter|select Name, ndisversion
- Check if the resultant value is greater than 6.30
- If you are getting a value that’s more than 6.30, it means that your network adapter supports Miracast.
- Now you need to close the PowerShell window.
- Press Win + R keys to open the Run box.
- Type dxdiag inside the box and hit Enter
- Navigate to the Display tab.
- Check if your Device Model is either WDDM 1.3 or above.
Add Miracast Device
- Launch Windows 10 Settings
- Navigate to Devices
- Click on the + icon that indicates Add Bluetooth or Other Devices
- Hit Wireless Display or Dock
- Now select your desired wireless display device after connecting it to your PC.
Ensure Network Connection
- Press Win + I keys simultaneously.
- Click on Network & Internet
- Select Wi-Fi from the left pane
- Ensure that its toggle is enabled.
Reinstall Network Drivers
- Select Device Manager from the menu after pressing Win + X keys.
- Expand the Network Adapters tab.
- Right-click on your wireless network drivers and select Uninstall Device
- Now restart your PC, because when the system reboots, it’ll install the missing drivers automatically.
Stop Using VPN(s)
If you are using any free VPN, then try to turn it off while you are using Miracast for PC. Because some screen mirroring services don’t allow their users to connect with a VPN, because it causes interception with the device’s network adapters. So try disabling such programs or start using a paid VPN.
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