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so, I have a hp pav gaming desktop tg01-2003w and wanted to hook up both of my TVs to it.

the first one worked just fine then found out my pc only has one HDMI port so i bought a HDMI splitter.

The second tv works but it just mirrors the first one. I've tried everything but it will not detect the second monitor. I've tried to expand it but will only mirror will only mirror. I've tried multiple TVs and still the same thing. What am I doing wrong?

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@Brooke999 

 

I don't know why you have to do that hard. The HDMI splitter gives you same contents for both screens because they come out from SAME port.

 

The specs of your machine is

 

              https://support.hp.com/my-en/document/c07764083

 

It has  NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 SUPER™ (4 GB GDDR6 dedicated) video cards which supports at least 2 monitors (in your case TV's). It has 3 standard display connectors: DP 1.4a, HDMI 2.0b, DL-DVI-D. Given your monitors ONLY have HDMI port, you can connect

 

Monitor 1: Direct HDMI to HDMI using HDMI 2.0 cable

Monitor 2: DP to HDMI cable for example

                   https://www.amazon.com.au/AmazonBasics-DisplayPort-HDMI-Cable-1-8/dp/B015OW3M1W?th=1

Monitor 3: DL DVI-D to HDMI cable, for example

                  https://www.selby.com.au/cables/hdmi-cables/hdmi-male-to-dvi-d-male.html

 

Note: Total all 3 monitors must be under  7680x4320 @ 120Hz.

 

Regards.

 

 

        

BH
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Turn the computer off and on to refresh the connection. Use the monitor's built-in controls and select the correct input port. Check the signal cable connection between the monitor and the graphics card. Disconnect the signal cable from both ends, wait 60 seconds, and firmly reconnect it.

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