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catsears
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connecting hdmi to tv screen and/or monitor

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envy 750-055xt
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

hi, currently connected to acer h23h monitor by dvi; want to connect cpu to smart tv phillips by hdmi - can I connect my cpu to both at the same time, and if not, then how do I connect the hdmi, and bring up computer on tv screen?  and would I go back to dvi monitor just by reconnecting cpu?

 

thanks! little confusing for and oldster now....

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TheOldMan
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Here is the support page for that PC

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-750-000-desktop-pc-series/7779687/model/7805186/documen...

It lists several options for the graphics.  Depending on which one is actually present in the setup will change the help to answer that question.  If there is no graphics card installed and you are using integrated graphics then:

HDMI and DVI-I output ports on the back output array.  If there is a graphics card installed those ports will not be active and then look at the outputs available from the graphics card.  Please indicate which graphics card is installed and the available outputs.  Typically more than one monitor can be supported, it is just a matter of getting the outputs connected properly.


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