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11-22-2018 03:51 AM - last edited on 12-18-2018 07:02 AM by kevin-t
Product number- M9R63AV, serial number [edited] Name HP ZBook 15 G3
Operating system- Version 10.0.17134 Build 17134 OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise
Hyper V software version- 10.0.17134.81
HP support assistant version- 188.8.131.52
11-22-2018 04:57 AM
unfortunately they did not give me any solution. They told me to contact telephone support.
I contacted them but they replied that my laptop comes with Windows 10 Home and they do not provide support for the Pro edition.
HP Support Assistant is installed on "consumer and non-business laptops" and is not tested by them to work with the Hyper-V feature of the Windows 10 Pro edition.
They proposed to install "HP SoftPaq Download Manager (SDM)" but my laptop is not supported by this software!
To date I have not yet solved my problem and the support (forum and phone) did not find a solution to this incompatibility between Hyper-V and HP Support Assistant!
Unfortunately I'm not happy with how HP handled the issue, refusing to solve the problem.
11-22-2018 07:41 AM
@MartinIcking, @gchirico, Thanks for writing back to us.
And thanks for sharing the product details.
I'm checking with the next level and will back to you if I get a response from the team.
Take Care! 🙂
I am an HP Employee
11-27-2018 08:41 AM
@MartinIcking, thanks for your patience and time.
I have checked with the engineering team and they are working towards the issue.
And they have asked you to contact phone support and get the case escalated to the 2LS team.
I will share you few details through a private message about the contact details.
Please watch your inbox for more information.
Hope this helps!
Take Care! 🙂
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I am an HP Employee
03-20-2019 05:18 PM
This is a long standing problem that is trivial to reproduce and appears to effect HP Support Assistant on any HP machine. I have an all-in-one, a Spectre x360 and an Elitebook and all have exactly the same issue.
Upshot = HP simply don't support HP Support Assistant with Hyper-V. No other software I've come across behaves this way, which indicates it's probably something HP could fix, but they simply are not interested. Logging this as an issue has never progressed beyond 'escalate to engineering'. I assume there's some core code issue that would be time consuming to fix, thus we are never going to see this software working with Hyper-V.
Pretty sad state of affairs really. Hyper-V isn't some bizarre third party software, it's part of Windows 10. HP's support in this regard is lacking. I'm yet to find a practical workaround other than disabling the Hyper-V switch to run Support Assistant, or manually checking HP's site for driver updates.
If HP ever decide to treat us like adults who have a clue (And if you're running Hyper-V, chances are you know what you're doing!) then perhaps this issue will be progressed.