Are two external monitors supported on a Dell Latitude 3450??

I have a company supplied Dell Latitude 3450 (it certainly would not be a personal choice).  I am trying to attach two external monitors to the laptop, one through the VGA connection and one through a USB port using a j5Create - JUA210 VGA display adapter.  I cannot get it to work.  Does this laptop support two external displays?  if so, is there another hardware piece required?

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Edson CongoloIT Infrastructure AnalystCommented:
Yes you can connect two external display, but  in some cases you can buy Dell docking stations, but first check if the drivers are detected or not.
mcarsonsrAuthor Commented:
Than you.  How do I check for the correct drivers?
mcarsonsrAuthor Commented:
By the way, when I attach either external monitor separately to the VGA connection they work as a single external monitor.

Thank you
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Edson CongoloIT Infrastructure AnalystCommented:
To check to the correct drivers just go to the official page and search for the latest drivers for your laptop, just follow the link

You can change the settings in windows going to screen resolution settings and in Multiple display option click extend these display option.
mcarsonsrAuthor Commented:
I conducted the search for the latest drivers and I am up to date.  Also, the screen resolution settings will not recognize the third display, only the laptop display and one external display.  Does this likely mean I need a docking station?

Thank you for your asisstance
Edson CongoloIT Infrastructure AnalystCommented:
To a 3rd monitor you can use an external USB video card, You can buy this specific model, but first make sure if is this video card compatible with your laptop/operating system or not.

Another option is to buy a docking station.

You're welcome Sir

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mcarsonsrAuthor Commented:
A USB connection did not fix the problem, but an HDMI cable did.

Thank you for your assistance
Edson CongoloIT Infrastructure AnalystCommented:
You're welcome.
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