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HP ProBook wont turn on - Every day "Hard Reset"

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HP ProBook 640 G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

I have a HP ProBook 640 G4 and every day i have problem to start the notebook when i leave it on the docking/charger.

 

The notebook is a office one, and so i leave it over nigth on the the docking/charger. Next day when i try to start (power button) it remains black. No fan, no noise, no ligth. The notebook still on docking/charger.

 

To start the notebook i have to unplugg from docking/charger and make a "Hard Reset". After that the notebook starts without problem. This i have to make "EVERY DAY!" if i let  it on the dock/charger.

 

If i leave the notebook unplugged over nigth (not on docking / no charger) the notebook starts without problem.

 

- BIOS is up to date

- Fast startup is disabled

 

I want to leave it on the docking station so i can start working when i arrive in office. Its a pain have to "Hard Reset" it every day.

 

Any solution?

 

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