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Nosneh
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Trying to get dual display via USB SuperSpeed on HP Laptop 15-dy1xxx

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HP Laptop 15-dy1xxx
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I am trying to set up a dual display whereby I have an extended desktop on the two displays allowing me to close the lid on the laptop.

I can get dual display across the laptop and a single display connected via the HDMI port, but want it across two without the laptop display.

Does the USB SuperSpeed port support video? I have already tried to use the USB C port with a converter, as well as a USB C docking station and these will not provide video from the laptop to a monitor.

Am wondering whether connecting via the USB SuperSpeed will work. NOTE: Connecting USB / USB C adapter to the SS port gave the same result as connecting the doc to the USB C port.

Am I totally out of luck connecting two monitors to create an extended display?

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@Nosneh 

 

What is your HP Laptop 15-dy1xxx  ? Normally it should have same ports as the following machine

 

                 HP Notebook 15-dy1091wm

 

It ONLY has 1 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C™ (Data Transfer Only, 5 Gb/s signaling rate) port which does NOT support Alt mode nor Power Delivery. You can NOT use it to

  • Charge your machine
  • Connect to an external monitor with / without hub/dock/adapter

If you wish to have 2 or more external monitors (and notebook monitor - total 3), please enter your requirement on the following link and it will find for you few USB-A DisplayLink Certified options on market today including some HP products (you can select HP before Search)

 

                   https://www.displaylink.com/products/universal-docking-stations

 

Regards.

BH
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The link you sent for identifying the output ports matched up with what my laptop has.

However, the link you sent to help find a docking station that would work with my box took input, but for some reason either didn't offer a "button" to do a search, or has nothing to offer based on the inputs in window.

I take this to mean I can't run the two additional monitors I wanted to run sans laptop screen.

Do you concur?

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