07-14-2017 10:34 AM
Please forget all the misspelled Words...I am German
After fighting several month with my Elite Book
All These Updates
All these hints i found MY Solution
I always ran my Notebook on my Docking Station with my Notebook CLOSED !!
There seems to be a Problem to recognise an open or closed Display... So i gave my System the very last chance
I opened my Notebook so i had 3 Displays
Configured my display
I think its a loose contact causing the Problem
I hope this helps
and it worked
No Trouble at all since 3 days now
I hope it will help somebody out there 🙂
09-11-2017 09:29 AM
Had this problem, found this thread, then I remembered advice I had gotten. If you are having this issue and are using a docking port, make sure you are using one of the larger power supplies. As soon as I switched froma small power supply to one of those huge HP ones, problem went away!
09-21-2017 09:34 AM - edited 09-21-2017 10:12 AM
Same issue here.
I am not using a dock, using the power supply that was supplied by HP with the laptop.
Plugging a Displayport > HDMI cable directly in to the displayport, VGA cable in to the vga port.
Leaving the notebook display open does not make any difference.
The VGA display will just randomly go blank and you need to disconnect it from the laptop and plug it back in.
It will work again for a while then happen again a few hours later.
When this happens, the display on the laptop also gets fuzzy due to what seemingly is not an ideal resolution.
When trying the most current driver from Intel it says that you can't install their drivers and you need to use the ones supplied by HP.
Most current BIOS, most current driver from HP.
Another oddity i've seen is that taking screen shots from Microsoft Office apps does not work.
It changes the display in to a weird resolution where you can't see everything on the screen.
You need to use snipping tool as a workaround then copy/paste from snipping tool in to Office.
This should be unnecessary to add an extra step since Office had the ability to natively include screen shots.