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If your system is running a Windows operating system, you should remove the WiFi manager that dell supplies. The Windows one is the most effective and efficient. When you have more that one system trying to do the same job you will always have a chance of conflict. If you are getting a "Blue Screen" when your system crashes then you should remove anything you have fitted since it was working properly. This type of system crash is usually caused by a hardware problem-either physical or driver based. To eliminate the drivers from the equation you should try and run your computer in "Safe Mode". this allows the system to run without external drivers.
Try starting the WiDi software in your Windows 8 device (and make sure that you have latest software, and DLNA enabled), then go to SmartShare in LG television. There should be WiDi icon visible. Select that - your windows 8 device should now show ask whetehr you allow the connection. Answer yes. The screen sharing should work after that.
dell\'s config: Intel® Core? i5-460M Processor (2.53GHz,
2Core/4Threads, turbo up to 2.8GHz, 3M cache) 1GB NVIDIA®
GeForce® GT 420M graphics with Bluetooth (with WIDI) 4GB
1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM (1 x 4G) (operates at 1066MHZ for Core i5 processors) with increased RAM will work fine