[Windows 8] Using Triple Display for a Laptop.

Last Update Date : Jan 08. 2018

     How to set up triple display

 

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In the start screen, right click on an empty area.

 

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Click “SW Update” in “All apps.”

 

 

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Update “Graphics Driver” in the “Update” menu.

(If the graphics driver is already up to date to the latest version,

there may not be “Update.”)

 

 

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Connect two monitors using a VGA adapter and HDMI adapter.

 

 

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In desktop mode, right click on an empty area.

 

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Select “Graphics Properties” -> “Advanced Mode” and click “OK.”

 

 

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Select “Display” -> ”Multiple Displays.”

 

 

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Set “Operating Mode” to “Expanded Desktop”

and set “Active Displays” to “3.”

 

 

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Specify “Primary Display,” “Second Display,” and

“Third Display” to desired monitors.

 

 

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     How to change the resolution

 

 

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In desktop mode, right click on an empty area.

 

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Click “Screen resolution.”

 

 

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Select “Display” and change the resolution.

 

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The position of each monitor can be changed by dragging with the mouse.

 

 

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