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Windows 7: How to set up dual screen one vga other htmi

21 Nov 2012   #1
MertTheGreat

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How to set up dual screen one vga other htmi

Hi,

SUMMARY:
-Try to set two screens, one is VGA other is HDMI(which is a TV)
-I cannot get the sound through TV when both are connected.

_I use windows 7 Pro, stsndsrt VGA video card, all driver updates were made

I am trying to set up two screens one on my normal screen other is my TV (samsung type no: UE40EH50000) via htmi.
Actually both screen works kind of fine, when I directly connect both of them but I can not get the sound from the TV when I connect both of them.
And I do not know how to set up dual monitor screen settings on win7. On Screen Resolution computer sees only one screen.


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21 Nov 2012   #2
stormy13
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If it is showing as "standard VGA adapter" then you don't have the proper video driver installed. You need to find out what you have for video (onboard or card), and install the correct driver.
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21 Nov 2012   #3
MertTheGreat

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13 View Post
If it is showing as "standard VGA adapter" then you don't have the proper video driver installed. You need to find out what you have for video (onboard or card), and install the correct driver.
You ure right I am on it.
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