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One more issue is that I can't open two screens on my desktop and the other one goes out of screen


2019/06/13 03:12
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My friends are abkento do it without any problem. It is not happening on my computer.
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Windows 10
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Lokesh Yadav
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Hi Jennifer,

To get your PC to recognize multiple monitors:
  • Verify that your cables are connected properly to the new monitors.
  • Select how you want the desktop to display. You can press the Windows logo key + P and select an option, or use the following steps if you need more settings options.
  • Right-click anywhere on your desktop and select Display settings to open the Display page. Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, selectDetect.
  • Scroll down to Multiple displays, then select an option from the drop-down list to determine how your desktop will display across your screens. For the largest work area, select Extend desktop.

    Display settings page showing options for multiple displays

  • Select Keep changes.
  • Scroll up to Resolution and select an option. We suggest that you use the recommended resolution settings.
  • Select Keep changes.

If you’re not seeing what you expect on the external monitor, start with basic hardware troubleshooting:
  • Disconnect all non-essential hardware from your PC. Connected docks, dongles, adapters and other hardware can cause conflicts.
  • Make sure the cable connecting your PC to your external monitor is secure.
  • Try changing the cable connecting the external monitor. If the new one works, you know the previous cable was faulty.
  • Try using the external monitor with a different system. This can help to isolate whether the issue is with the monitor or the primary system
If those didn’t work, here are more possibilities:
  • If your system has more than one video output port, try plugging your external monitor into one of the other video output ports. Typical ports are HDMI, VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort.
  • If your system has more than one display adapter, also called a graphics card, you can try switching your system’s default display adapter. For example, on some systems, you can right click your desktop and select the software associated with your additional display adapter. Steps tochange the default display adapter vary by device, so contact the manufacturer for more information.
I hope this helps.

Regards,
Lokesh
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