Issue#1204: Lenovo - G50 HDMI Not working for 2d External Monitor

  • I have a Lenovo G50 running Win8 32bit. I have two external monitors both Asus with VGA ports.

     

    I successfully configured one of the monitors to the VGA port.

     

    However I have not been able to successfully get my 2nd external monitor connected using the HDMI port. I have a VGA to HDMI adapter for the monitor but it's not working.

     

    To rule out any issue with the 2nd monitor, I was able to get it to work by disconnecting the VGA cable from the first monitor and connecting it to the 2nd monitor. But again, no luck using the HDMI port with a VGA to HDMI adapter.

     

    So I'm fresh out of ideas. Had anyone been able to resolve this successfully with this setup? And if so, how? Thanks in advance!

     

    Leslie

     

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