I am an engineering student in California and have:
Fujitsu Lifebook T726 with Intel HD graphics 520
Fujitsu FPCPR231AR Port Replicator with 90 watt power supplyhttps://www.shopfujitsu.com/pdf/notebooks/LIFEBOOK-T726_TabletPC-datasheet.pdfhttp://www.fujitsu.com/fts/products/computing/peripheral/accessories/notebook/port-replicators/pmod-139373.html
The port replicator has four (4) monitor connections, two (2) display port, one (1) VGA, one (1) DVI.
The DVI connection is shared with one of the display ports. So they can not be both used at the same time. So I am not using the DVI port at all.
Anyhow, I have three monitors plugged in:
two (2) via display port, (HP z30i @ 2560x1600, Dell p2217h @ 1080x1920)
one (1) VGA which does not display (another Dell p2217h)
Intel HD Graphics Control Panel doesn't show the other Dell monitor. It only lets me chose the laptop display.
Why isn't the docking station outputting through VGA at all? Even when I disable the laptop screen? None of the documentation I've read really explains that...
These options are ranked from most to least favorable:
1.) Will a 150 watt power cord enable the VGA connection on the port replicator?
2.) Does the port replicator support display port 1.2? Can I use a Multi-Stream Transport Hub (MST) to connect the two dell monitors via one display port connection.
3.) Does the T726 support WiDi which is wireless displays? I think it does but can't find it specified by Fujitsu. Presumably a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter will work
4.) Display Link USB to Display Port adapter...
Can anyone advise on how to get this port replicator to output three video signals, after I disable my laptop monitor?
Thank you for your time.