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SnakeSK
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ZBook 15/17 G3 - W10 1709

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ZBook 15/17 G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So after updating to the 1709 build of Windows 10, few problems arrived:

 

1) unable to boot with display closed and connected to Thundebolt 3 Dock. The Device will either BSoD or hang with artefacts on screen

 

Intel HD Version: 22.20.16.4815

nVidia Version: 23.21.13.8795

 

Display must be open prior to startup to correctly boot to desktop.

 

2) Fast startup works now correctly


3) Snapdragon X5 LTE (HP LT4120) has nonworking GNSS sensor driver (Code 31), occasionally the LTE modem shows No Service after startup, Win cannot find its WUDframework.

 

Im posting this for HP engineers to address these issues in the next drivers

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bonzomadrit
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Hi
I have another problem with Zbook 17 G3 on Windows 10 Pro 1709.
My notebook freezing for half sec when i running internet browser or open control panel. Its only for half second but its visible. Can you check it on your machine?

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kosander
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Same issue here. Accoring to this document https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05932760/ I have installed all latest drivers, firmware and BIOS.

 

HP ZBook 15 G3 BIOS: Ver. 01.27

Intel Thunderbolt 3 Firmware Update: Ver. 27.1.3.0.1 SP87463

HP Thunderbolt 3 Dock Firmware: Ver. 1.41 SP88126

Intel Thunderbolt 3 Secure Connect Utility:  Ver. 17.4.75.250 SP87260

Conexant USB Audio Driver for Docks: Ver. 1.31.36.21 B 1 SP80933

ASMedia eXtensible Host Controller (xHCI) Driver: Ver. 1.16.49.1 A 3 SP81934

Intel Video Driver and Control Panel: 15.65.5018 WS 1 SP87555

NVIDIA Video Driver and Control Panel: Ver. 391.25 F 8 SP87443

 

Created a support case for HP.

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