How to check if your Windows PC supports Miracast



Step by Step Check your PC Windows supports for Miracast

Here’s how to quickly check whether your Windows 7/8/10 computer has support for Miracast.

Step 1:  Press ‘Win + R’ keys on your keyboard to open the Run dialog, then type ‘dxdiag’ and hit enter.


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Step 2: DirectX Diagnostic Tool window will open. After the tool finishes collecting all the information about your computer, click on ‘Save all Information’ button.

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Step 3: Now you have to choose where you want to save the DxDiag.txt file on your computer. You can save it on a quick to access location such as your desktop.

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See Also: Download Latest Miracast drivers for your Windows 10

Step 4: Open the DxDiag.txt file which is usually in notepad format. Scroll towards the bottom of the report where you will find the status of the Miracast on your PC Windows 10. It will either read ‘Miracast is available’, in which case your TV will be ready to cast its display to a compatible device or read ‘Miracast not supported’ in which case you might want to explore other options (described below)

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In this case , it showed Miracast not supported since I tested with Windows 7 which has no support for Miracast.



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