02-08-2016 05:26 AM
Is it possible to desactivate the inside screen of the Yoga 260 to work with two extern screens without adding an extern graphic card or a dock.
The 260 has a hdmi output but Lenovo provide also an adaptator that allowed you to connect a vga monitor. Unfortunatly when you use the vga output, the hdmi is automatically desactivated. That seems normal as the Intel graphic card do not support 3 screens. But what if you could turn of the inside screen? Can't we allocate the graphic card only to the two outside screens ?
Thanks a lot and sorry for my english.
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02-10-2016 08:52 AM
02-10-2016 09:11 AM
Thanks for your answer. I hadn't thought to that... **bleep**, why did you give me such an idea like this ? ;-)
I will wait a bit if someone else have the response before opening the 260... As you said, it's new... But during this time I will take a look at the chipset and the bios as you tell me...
02-18-2016 11:03 AM
You wanted to know if it is possible to deactivate the inside screen of the Yoga 260 to work with two external screens without adding an external graphic card or a dock.
Unfortunately, only the VGA port or the HDMI port can work at one time. This is a design limitation.
To support two monitors, Lenovo recommends connecting one HDMI monitor via the HDMI port with a second DP monitor connected via DP connector.
I hope this helps.