Setting up WHDI

Current situation. I have a a Radeon 6950 (but switched to 6970 mode) 2GB. It has:
2 x DVI [Going into 24" 1920x1080 monitor AND 22" 1680x1050]
1 x HDMI [Empty]
1 x Display Port [Going into active adapter to DVI connecting to 17" 1280x1024]

I also have a Television that can (theoretically) do 1920x1080.

I want to wireless transmit my primary screen (1920x1080 24" screen) image to the TV.

I was thinking of buying this: http://www.ebuyer.com/280114-xenta-wireless-hdmi-kit-hdmi-switch-whdi-hdmi-transmitter-and-ws-av511sr

But I (presumably) would have to remove all the other plugs to make the HDMI work (see eyefinity setups here: http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/amd-eyefinity-technology/how-to/Pages/set-up.aspx)

How can I avoid this? Is there a way of making the computer turn off all other ports except HDMI and wirelessly transmit that to the TV.

Help.

Cheers
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  1. Will a program automatically switch me from the three screens to just the HDMI output?

    london_prophet said:
    Current situation. I have a a Radeon 6950 (but switched to 6970 mode) 2GB. It has:
    2 x DVI [Going into 24" 1920x1080 monitor AND 22" 1680x1050]
    1 x HDMI [Empty]
    1 x Display Port [Going into active adapter to DVI connecting to 17" 1280x1024]

    I also have a Television that can (theoretically) do 1920x1080.

    I want to wireless transmit my primary screen (1920x1080 24" screen) image to the TV.

    I was thinking of buying this: http://www.ebuyer.com/280114-xenta-wireless-hdmi-kit-hdmi-switch-whdi-hdmi-transmitter-and-ws-av511sr

    But I (presumably) would have to remove all the other plugs to make the HDMI work (see eyefinity setups here: http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/amd-eyefinity-technology/how-to/Pages/set-up.aspx)

    How can I avoid this? Is there a way of making the computer turn off all other ports except HDMI and wirelessly transmit that to the TV.

    Help.

    Cheers
  2. Why would you need to disconnect other ports? From the link you gave yourself:

    Quote:

    The first non-TV display may be connected to any output (HDMI, DVI, VGA, DP).
    The TV should be connected to HDMI.
    The remaining displays must be connected to the GPU's DisplayPort outputs. You may use active DisplayPort adapters if these remaining displays don't natively offer support for DisplayPort.
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