HP Split x2 safely removing docking station (54 Views)
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Marcia107
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HP Split x2 safely removing docking station

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I have the HP Split x2 13.3".

 

I have successfully removed the docking station several times for use in the past, though have recently been seeing this message when I try to safely remove it. 

 

 

 

HP Split Error Message.jpg

 

 

 

 

I have closed all applications, restarted the laptop and checked for updates. 

If I ignore this message and remove the screen then a blue error screen appears and the system forces a restart. 

 

Does anybody have any idea what's up?

 

Thanks. 

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Mrstenter
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Re: HP Split x2 safely removing docking station

Hi Marcia107,

 

Thank you for visiting the HP Support Forums and Welcome. I have read your thread on your HP Split 13 and problem undocking from the docking station. Here is a link to troubleshoot the docking station.

Scan to the part that tells you about cleaning the connections of your docking station and the section about updating the BIOS.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks.

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Marcia107
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Re: HP Split x2 safely removing docking station

I've used the HP Support to find drivers and any BIOS that needs installing but when I ask HP to automatically detect my model it doesnt recognise it?! 

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Mrstenter
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Re: HP Split x2 safely removing docking station

Hi Marcia107,

 

Try updating the BIOS with this document.

 

Thanks.

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