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Two external screens on laptop!

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#1 NiclasLindgreen


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Posted 01 September 2009 - 12:33 PM

Hi all,

I have a question about connecting my Lenovo T400 to two external screens.

I have a dockingstation with only one VGA output stick and one DVI output stick.

Is it possible to connect my laptop to the two screens making one of them the main screen and expand the desktop to the second?

I won't be needing my laptop screen when I connect through the dockingstation!

I am wondering if a VGA Y-kabel would be helpful - but maybe this will show the same signal on both screens!?

Would it be possible to connect one of the screens on the DVI output stick and the other one on the VGA stick?

My graphic card is a Intel GMA 4500MHD.

Here are the specs on my computer:


The screens are from Dell (23" both of them).

Thanks for helping :thumbsup:

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