Hi GreyFox7, thank you for your reply.
According to the instructions on connecting a Miracast compatible device to the Roku, a password is not required. See http://windows.microsoft.com/en-au/windows-8/project-wireless-screen-miracast
Roku 3 now supports Miracast.
The Surface Pro 2 is fully supported with Miracast - http://support.roku.com/entries/56698214-Roku-screen-mirroring-compatible-devices but I haven't been able to get it working. It detects the Roku as "Roku 3 - 843" in the wireless display section but when I try...
I was in bed reading some news on my SP2 and noticed a faint electrical buzzing sort of sound coming from my SP2. I then put my ear to the rear of the SP2 and could hear the buzzing very clearly. I left it turned off (full shutdown) for a day then turned it back on but the buzzing is still...
Agreed! always plug in your power adapter when doing gaming.
1. You will kill your battery very quickly (as in it will only last 1 to 2 hrs)
2. When your Surface is plugged into power, the CPU/GPU running mode changes to max performance, meaning you will get a lot more FPS
Trust me, the steps below will fix all your driver issues. I had the same problem where it wouldn't let me update to the new driver.
This will solve all your drivers issues. You have to inject the drivers into the recovery image before you reset. Trying to install new drivers after the reset will not work.
Systems Admin Guy | How to update Surface Pro 2 Recovery Image drivers
Sorry you will have to reset your SP2 one...
Looks like someone has found a permanent fix for the "Surface cover telemetry" unknown device when you reset your SP2. I just went through the steps then reset my SP2. Unknown device is now gone! I think I'm also getting a big more battery life but maybe this is my imagination.