#StackBounty: #windows-10 #laptop #graphics-card #multiple-monitors Docking Station not Detecting 2nd external Monitor

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I have the following Setup which i can not get to work.

2 Monitors (same Size, 2560 x 1440 Pixels, I tried recuding the resolution to 1920*1080, which did not change anything) Connected to a Dell WD15 Docking Station using a mini Displayport to DisplayPort Cable and a HDMI Cable.

The dell WD15 is connected to my Notebook (Acer Aspire V Nitro (VN7-593G) with GeForce GTX 1060, Windows 10 latest, detailed specs here) using the USB-C connector.

The Laptop only detects the Monitor connected using the HDMI Cable, the other one is not detected in the settings of the PC.

I tried to find out if the Bottleneck of my setup is the Docking station or the Laptop itself. But i could not find much Information which matches my Setup.

Is it possible to support two Monitors with my Laptop, or is it a general Problem of my Notebook and has nothing to do with docking Station and Configuration

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#StackBounty: #laptop #graphics-card #hdmi #gpu #amd-graphics-card How is it possible to find out the HDMI version on windows?

Bounty: 50

I would like to know, if my laptop can output 4K/60Hz to the TV, using the HDMI cable. Unfortunately I have no idea where to find this out.

I’ve found some similar questions, but the answers were not generic, they just answered it for that specific computer.

My laptop is: HP Notebook – 15-ay108nh

The CPU is i5-7200U, which has HDMI 1.4 (4K 24Hz ?), but it shuld be able to output 4K 60Hz on the display port.

The GPU is: AMD Radeon™ R7 M440 Graphics (4 GB DDR3 dedicated). I was not able to find out, what kind of HDMI output does that have.

The laptop has only one HDMI output, but I don’t know if it belongs to the integrated or dedicated GPU.

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#StackBounty: #networking #wireless-networking #router #laptop #wireless-router Netgear WN3000RP-200PES Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender …

Bounty: 50

I have a Dell Inspiron 5370 which has the Qualcomm QCA9377 802.11ac Wireless Adapter. I have a TP-Link TL-WR841N 300Mbps Wireless-N Router in the other room.

My earlier Thinkpad used to get the wifi signals fine even in my other room. But the Dell couldn’t. So I purchased the Netgear Wifi Extender & set it up with the same SSID – so that the laptop seamlessly works when I move it across rooms. This worked fine for a month. But since then I am facing issues – my laptop tries to connect to the extender but fails & then goes back to connecting to the router whose signal is too weak & hence unusable. I have to turn the extender on 2-3 times & also disconnect/connect to the SSID 2-3 times on the laptop before it successfully connects to the extender. The extender is very close to the laptop so it’s not a signal strength problem. All the lights on the extender also seem to be fine/same when it does connect to the extender & when it doesn’t. I have even done a factor reset on the laptop but the problem continues. I think the Extender says “No internet” & hence the laptop goes back to connect to the main router, but I am not 100% sure about this.

I have latest firmware on both the wifi adapter & the extender.

Is there a way, I can troubleshoot this further?

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