Connect Dual Monitors To Laptop

Most of the Windows laptops support dual monitors. But, make sure you can setup dual monitors to laptop. To do this, refer to the instructions mentioned here.

  • Supported Operating Systems - Windows XP, 7, 8, and 10.
  • Graphics card - Check the properties of your graphics card from its official website.
  • If your graphic card does not support dual Monitors, install one that supports dual monitors.
  • Port - Check if the following ports are available on your laptop.
  • Display Port
  • Digital Video Interface (DVI)
  • Video Graphics Array (VGA)
  • High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
  • Also, these ports have to be present on your external monitors as well.
  • If needed, you can use the DVI to HDMI adapter.
  • If the laptop ports do not match with the connectors on your monitor cables, use any one of the following.
  • HDMI to DVI adapter - If you have two different ports on the laptop and your external monitor, use this adapter.
  • Display splitter - Having only one HDMI port on the laptop, but you need two HDMI ports.
  • Docking station

Steps To Setup Dual Monitors To Laptop

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