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I am trying to connect two external monitors to my HP ProBook 470 (i7-3632QM, AMD Radeon HD 8750M), one with VGA and another with HDMI,  but I haven't managed yet to have all three, two external and laptops built in screen, working.

 

Does this model support having three screens at all?

 

Thanks!

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Hi!, @freundVonUns:

 

Welcome, to HP Forum !. 

 

See pages 25 to 28, from ... https://www.manualshelf.com/manual/hp/hp-probook-470-g1-notebook-pc/user-guide-linux/page-6.html

 


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Which HP ProBook 470 is it? There are four generations. G1, G2, G3 and G4. 

 

 

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Thanks for reply!

 

If I remember correctly I think it is even G0 (if that generation exists)... Either way, I bought it 2014, so it has to be G0 or G1. 

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Thanks for replies!

 

@erico

If I remember correctly I think it is even G0 (if that generation exists)... Either way, I bought it 2014, so it has to be G0 or G1. 

 

 

@Maké 

The link doesnt say anything about number of supported combined screens :(

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