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Trying to connect 3 monitors through HDMI with NO LUCK

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I am trying to connect 3 monitors to my Hp Envy 750-524. I connect two monitors through HDMI and they work fine @ 1920x1080. The 3rd monitor is the same as well but there is no other HDMI port to connect the display so I connect via VGA. 

It works as well, but my problem is the resolution is NOT 1920x1080. 


I've tried different combinations with adapters through USB's and nothing seems to work to see all 3 monitors at 1920x1080


I want to connect 3 monitors through HDMI but I don't think my computer supports that. Is there a 3 HDMI port video card  I can purchase to achieve this? 

What Should I do? 


I've done all suggestions as far as uninstalling, reinstalling, and steps found to fix in community forums with no luck.

I just want to solve the problem.

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Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.


Don't worry as I'll be glad to help,  I have a few troubleshooting steps we could try to fix the issue:  

Use the steps in this section to configure your display:

Extend or duplicate the desktop with a second monitor.

  1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop, and then click Display settings (Windows 10) or Screen Resolution (Windows 8).

  2. Make sure the correct number of monitors displays.

    Windows 10

    • If all of your monitor's display, continue with these steps.

      NOTE: Two monitors might display as one, with 1|2 in the center, indicating the same screen duplicated on two monitors. To change to an extended desktop display, continue with these steps.
    • If not all of your monitor's display, make sure the cables are securely inserted and then click Detect.

  3. Scroll down to Multiple displays, if necessary, click the drop-down menu, and then select a display option.

    To set up a wireless monitor, click Connect to a wireless display.

    If you cannot change the display options, go to the section to Configure the display with the graphics driver.

  4. Adjust the screen resolution and orientation, as necessary.

  5. Extended desktop only: Match the monitors on the display to how they are physically positioned. To identify the monitors, click Identify. Numbers display on the monitors to help you arrange them.

  6. Windows 10: Click Keep changes, if necessary, to save the new display settings.

    Windows 8: Click Apply, and then click OK.

Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.
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There should be 3 screens displayed and there are. I can see all three. My problem is the 3rd screen far right does not have the option to select 1920x1080 resolution from the display settings menu. Therefore the 3rd screen far right is a different resolution. 

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Thank you for the information.


Are you using any converter to connect the third monitor? 


As I see the product specification there is no VGA port. 


If you would like to connect the 3 rd monitor with HDMI, You have to purchase the USB to HDMI converter.


To purchase the parts, you can contact local stores. 


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