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Question: Does the NVIDIA GeForce 940MX video card support 3 monitors?


Yaniv Mas
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I have a laptop -X556UQ

i7-7500U / DDR 16GB

WIN10

Video card model listed in the title.

 

There is one VGA port on the computer and I bought a VGA splitter (2 female 1 male).
When the 2 monitors are connected, they are displayed in a duplicate configuration and not in an expansion configuration as happens between the laptop screen and the 2 external monitors.

The fact that it is not possible to expand a desktop between the 2 external screens, what could be the problem?

 

I did a search and found no answer. Many offer to buy a dedicated video card however this is not a solution for computers .

Thanks for the helpers.

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If you do not have enough ports on your computer then a splitter can not help you, it is not related to the model of the video card. The video card will always see the splitter as a single screen, it can not send two Different through the same connection*. In your case the only option is to buy a USB based video card.

 

* It is possible through In some situations but quite rare to see someone use it

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In your case the only option is to buy a USB based video card.

 

Hmmm ....

Not exact.

 

After all, there is HDMI on the mobile .....

 

image.png.50a3baf9681d47876c2f801a52982e4f.png

 

https://laptopmedia.com/laptop-specs/asus-vivobook-x556uq/

 

Therefore, connect one monitor to VGA (without a splitter) and connect the other monitor to .

This way you can see two different views on two screens.

 

 

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If you do not have enough ports on your computer then a splitter can not help you, it is not related to the model of the video card

 

Indeed, the question is not worded correctly.

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Hmmm ....

Not exact.

 

After all, there is HDMI on the mobile .....

 

image.png.50a3baf9681d47876c2f801a52982e4f.png

 

https://laptopmedia.com/laptop-specs/asus-vivobook-x556uq/

 

Therefore, connect one monitor to VGA (without a splitter) and connect the other monitor to HDMI.

This way you can see two different views on two screens.

 

 

 

Indeed, the question is not worded correctly.

I do have the second connection you mentioned and it is available, I will check it and update, it will take some time because if I do not find it with me or with Harim then I will have to purchase.

 

Thanks

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I do have the second connection you mentioned and it is available, I will check it and update, it will take some time because if I do not find it with me or with Harim then I will have to purchase.

 

Thanks

 

No need to hurry.

There is also no need for a super duper hdmi cable.

The most basic will do the job.

It is only possible for the purpose of testing to take a cable between the Yes converter / And connect the mobile to the screen.

Of course in windows select the appropriate mode at the touch of a key And P. key.

 

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No need to hurry.

There is also no need for a super duper hdmi cable.

The most basic will do the job.

It is only possible for the purpose of testing to take a cable between the Yes converter / Hot And connect the mobile to the screen.

Of course in windows select the appropriate mode at the touch of a key Windows And P. key.

 

Successfully.

Thanks.
The problem is that there is no connection support The screens only have VGA and need a VGA to converter cable .

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