HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052AA. (624 Views)
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HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052AA.

- surfing in browser is very slow

- scrolling freezes and jumping to the end of page

- typed letters appears in controls several seconds after i pressed buttons

- windows border are drawn many times while dragging

 

All these symptoms appears only when i use external display connected through HP USB docking station AY052AA

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

Updated video driver??

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

No.

I used original cd from the box.

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

Operating System??

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

Windows7 professional 32-bit

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

Please download and install the following drivers from THIS link:

 

 

BIOS

 

Chipset

 

Graphics

 

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

Bad luck.

Nothing changed.

It seems to me, there is no way to use this dock station as VGA adapter with such slow computers like HP Mini 5103.

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

try hooking the monitor directly to the Mini PC

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

When the monitor connected directly to the Mini PC everything works fine.

The problem appears only with picture on monitor connected through USB docking.

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Re: HP mini 5103 is going very slow when i connected external monitor with USB docking station AY052

so it could be the docking station itself...

 

dont you think so?? :smileysurprised:

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