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Connecting second monitor to HP Pavilion 23-q110na

HP Pavilion 23-q110na
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have bought a VGA to HDMI cable to connect my old monitor to my new all in one pc, but the second monitor is not being detected when in Control Panel/Display.  Any tips or pointers where I am going wrong?

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Connecting second monitor to HP Pavilion 23-q110na

@Reegsville, welcome to the forum.

 

The HDMI ports on AIO's are for input only, such as, for a gaming console.  Your best option is to use a USB 3.0 video adapter.  I suggest using the Chat Live option to talk to a Tech at StarTech to assure that you get the best adapter for your purpose.

 

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