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To get your PC to recognize multiple monitors: Verify that your cables are connected properly to the new monitors. Select how you want the desktop to display. You can press the Windows logo key + P and select an option, or use the following steps if you need more settings options.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4481332

Troubleshoot issues that occur when setting up external monitors . If you are trying to set up an external monitor and it’s not working, press the Windows Logo Key + P to make sure that the Extend option is selected. If the Extend option is selected, try the following troubleshooting tips.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/976064

In Windows 7, it is easy to add a second monitor by using the new hotkey Win+P. This is convenient when you need to change the display settings during your presentations with a projector connected to your laptop. Here are two methods to set up multiple monitors in Windows 7. Make sure that you connect the external monitors to your laptop or ...

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/how-to-add-multiple-monitors-to...

What if one does not want to use the laptop screen and setup two monitors instead. I had two monitor setup on Windows 7 then I made the mistake of upgrading it :( and now monitor connected using HDMI cable does not work. I am having the same problem like most people windows 10 is not detecting a second monitor.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-desktop/multiple-monitors...

Multiple Monitors: How can I change the direction I can drag windows onto the 2nd monitor? ... as moving the second monitor position to the left-hand side is a standard function for graphics cards that support multi-monitors correctly. 2 If you accept the inconvenience of having the displays the wrong way around for a moment & just use them, does the second monitor behave correctly whilst set ...

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