RHEL 5 - it's looking like we received a bunk replacement disk, and immediately after a disk on another RAID failed on the same server.Birds of a feather I guess :( Looks like the controller couldn't handle it all at once.Once you have connected successfully to a Miracast session, here are the steps to update the MWDA: 1. Update message will appear (close the app and sign back in if needed).
Microsoft has released a firmware update for the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter which may help some users experiencing connection problems (black screens, disconnects, etc.
The “gotcha” is that in order to update the firmware, you have to have access to a TV/Monitor where you can make a successful Miracast connection and run the Windows Store App that lets you update the firmware.
While many people may think of TVs as merely a source of entertainment, they can be effective business tools as well.
Many business owners use TVs to stay abreast of industry news, display presentations for employees or to entertain waiting clients or customers.
We recently had a HP tech there to swap out a failed disk, however the disk is now refusing to rebuild.
Apparently there may be some issues with the firmware rev, but there's no way we can get a DVD out there in a timeframe we're comfortable with.
After a cold boot the disks are at least showing up again.
Barring firmware bugs that actually prevent booting from virtual media (e.g.
The downloads page for your TV will appear on the screen. Click the "Firmware" or "Download Firmware" link on the download page for the TV.
Select the drive letter for the USB drive and click "Save" to download the firmware .
some old G5/G6 systems had a problem where they would not boot from virtual media if there were external USB devices connected) you should be fine to boot from a virtual DVD and update your firmware.