Will Casting laptop to tv burn image into tv?

  1.    07 Jul 2018 #1

    Will Casting laptop to tv burn image into tv?

    I knew this for a while but I came to an assumption that this only happens when you have it plugged in via HDMI but I want to know weather this can happen wirelessly or not.
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       07 Jul 2018 #2

    Welcome to TenForums @Derek2332

    No, it makes no difference how you connect, HDMI or Wireless. The only significant factor is how long you display a stationary image. Modern displays are much less prone to burn in, unlike the old CRT displays.

    ...Burn-in is permanent damage to a screen caused by showing the same image for a long period of time. For example, if you have a TV on which you watch CNN 24 hours a day, you'll likely experience the burn-in of the CNN logo in the bottom right-hand corner....

    ...The chances of getting permanent burn-in are pretty slim these days. You'd have to actually try to burn in your screen...
    Lifehacker | Is "Burn-In" Still an Issue on TVs and Monitors?
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  3.    07 Jul 2018 #3

    Ok Thanks now i have another question i have a second computer and its an all in one ive tried to connect it to my tv but hat doesn't work I'm not sure if it doesn't support it or if theres a setting on the pc that needs to be changed i was told it has something to do with the output or input but i believe that's only with hdmi.
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       07 Jul 2018 #4

    You should be able to connect it to the TV with an hdmi cable. To connect wirelessly the TV needs to support Miracast, or have an adapter plugged into its hdmi input that does. See this tutorial.

    Connect to Wireless Display with Miracast in Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials
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  5.    07 Jul 2018 #5

    yea see when i try to connect to my LG web os 2.0 tv on there it says it was unable to connect and on the All In One it says in yellow couldn't connect, ive tried updating a few drivers but that didn't work my labtop works fine on my tv its just this one that doesn't, i just wanted to see if there were a few other options to fix this but now i think my only choice is to hdmi it up.
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       07 Jul 2018 #6

    Derek2332 said: View Post
    ...i think my only choice is to hdmi it up.
    Your other option it to get a Miracast dongle for your TV, such as the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter

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