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Extra HDMI ports not working

HP Envy 750-129ns
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Hey guys, hope your all well.
So recently I got an extra display to plug into my hp envy 750-129ns so I can use an extended display. The problem is that the only 2 hdmi ports avalible are the ones located at the bottom, I think where the sound things are, and they don't do anything when I plug my display hdmi into them. My video card has only one hdmi port, and the other 3 are just DisplayPorts not hdmi. The screen and cable work fine as when I plug it into this it works. The problem is I need another port to plug my other display into.

Is their any reason why these 2 extra hdmi ports are not working? The has a little plastic protector cap plugged into them. Are they just optional extensions that I'd have to get installed, Or am I missing some drivers?

Thanks for any help,

Alex
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Extra HDMI ports not working

The two HDMI ports that are next to the other motherboard ports are from the Integrated video.  Those do not working if there is a video card inserted.

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Integrated video is not available if a graphics card is installed.
 
It might be advisable to use a Display port adapter to HDMI
OR use a DVI to HDMI adapter.  Some of those might not work properly, so do some research first.
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