As you may know DVI-D is a digital interface while VGA its an analog. So converting from digital to analog may require more than just an adapter. This would actually require an active converter (which usually requires external power).
Still, the usage of adapters may or may not work, this is a try and see which must of the times depends on the quality (and price) of the adapter being used.
these steps will help you.
- Plug in VGA and HDMI projector/TV
- Install latest Intel onboard Video driver (ie.
- Don’t shutdown as it asks you
- Select Clone screen to output both Monitor and
projector/TV before Reboot
- After reboot, the Clone output mode will be lost
- Download DEVCON tools from microsoft for command
prompt Device disable/enable
- C:\..\devcon disable =Display
- C:\..\devcon enable =Display
- To automate this, write a batch file of 7 and 8,
put it in windows startup and every time you reboot you will still have this
Dual screen output.