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HDMI port isn't working for multiple monitors

Im trying to get two montiors so that I have more screen space.
But the HDMI isn't recognizing my TV as a monitor.
I don't know what to do?

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Thats a hdmi audio port not video.

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Set the display on you TV on HDMI so that you could test it.

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Is the card your using able to put out 2 feeds?

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

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    grant gillespie Jul 12, 2010

    if you have a hdmi card and linked it to the tv you might need to right click on the screen and set it to two outputs if its nivada its easy you can google it hope this helps

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