Microsoft Wireless Display does not detect my XBox series S

Discus and support Microsoft Wireless Display does not detect my XBox series S in XBoX Games and Apps to solve the problem; I have the Wireless Display App installed on my XBox series S and my PC is connected via wireless on the same SSID but when I press 'Windows P' and... Discussion in 'XBoX Games and Apps' started by Gahmmelser, May 24, 2022.

  1. Gahmmelser
    Gahmmelser Guest

    Microsoft Wireless Display does not detect my XBox series S


    I have the Wireless Display App installed on my XBox series S and my PC is connected via wireless on the same SSID but when I press 'Windows P' and 'Connect to a wireless display', I can only see my television and not my XBox. I've tried rebooting both the console and PC but the problem persists. Why is my XBox not coming up as a wireless display connection option?

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    Gahmmelser, May 24, 2022
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  2. StuartATrueRed Win User

    Xbox Series X|S and lower resolutions

    The Xbox Series S/X only has a HDMI socket for display, so it will only support that display option. As for 720p or 1080p, it should support 1080p, but 720p is anyone's guess, as Microsoft haven't stated if it supports 720p or not.
  3. Nursemorph Win User

    Xbox One S stuck at 640 x 480 resolution

    Given you have tried multiple monitors and cables, then it does point to your console likely being at fault. The 640x480 is like a default display when there are issues....my Series X used to periodically display this on start-up as, for some reason, it would not detect the 4k side of my TV....luckily it always resolved by unplugging the HDMI lead and plugging it back in again.
  4. Obsessive Power Win User

    xbox series x seagate from xbox one not showing any games when plugged into the series x

    Hi,

    Do you still have your Xbox One and does your external hard drive still work on that console?

    I have successfully connected both my Seagate 'Game Drive' and my external SSD USB 3.0 drives to my Series S without any problems. All my installed games show up fine.

    The Series X/S supports the same external drives as the Xbox One/S/X support. If your drive isn't being detected it's probably become corrupted or has a hardware issue.
  5. Sp4rkl0n Win User

    Xbox one wireless card not working

    Does your Xbox detect your Wireless Network?
  6. Nursemorph Win User

    How to transfer xbox one games to series x?

    You should be able to do that, yes:

    "Power down your Xbox One.

    1. Unplug the external drive.
    2. Connect the external drive to your Xbox Series X, S.
    3. Power on your Xbox Series X, S.
    4. Wait for the external drive to be detected. This may take a couple of minutes.
    5. When the drive is detected, you are free to copy any games you want onto the Xbox Series X, S internal storage."
    Taken from here:

    https://www.windowscentral.com/how-transfer-data-xbox-one-series-x-series-s
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