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How To Set Up a Second Monitor on an Omni 200-5350xt - Step By Step Instructions

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Omni All-In-One 200-5350xt
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How do I set up a second monitor for this (Omni All-In-One 200-5350xt) PC. I need step by step instructions please.
I need a second monitor so that I can record a presention with powerpoint, W/O the notes showing. Thanks.

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@Cammons

 

Thanks for reaching out to us on HP Support Forums. 🙂 I came across your post and would like to help.

 

I understand that you have an HP Omni all in one 200-5350xt Desktop PC. I read that you would like to connect an external monitor to your PC and need instructions with it. 

 

I did some research and found that this is a customizable computer. This means that the graphics card in this PC may vary depending on the graphics card you chose when the PC was ordered. This PC should have one of the following graphics card:

  • Integrated Intel HD graphics

  • GeForce G210 (512 MB)

  • GeForce GT230 (1 GB)

  • ATI MXM 3.0 (1 GB)

  • ATI MXM 3.0 (2 GB)

I suggest you to follow the detailed steps from this link to connect and use an external monitor on your PC. 

 

I hope this information is useful. Keep me posted for any questions. Good luck! 🙂

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