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HP Docking Station G4 Window problem

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HP Docking Station G4
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello everyone. I haven't found anything comparable on the internet yet, so I'll turn to you here. I am using an HP Docking Station G4 with an HP ProBook 440 G7 and two Samsung S22C450 monitors. Both docking station and notebook are up to date. If I am absent from the notebook for a longer period of time and then unlock the notebook again, all open program windows on one of the two Samsung screens are pushed together. This is very tedious because the windows are usually spread over the two screens. In the device manager I already tried to delete old hidden monitors and restart the notebook and activated the function "Enable High Resolution mode when connected to a USB-C DP a lot mode dock" in the BIOS. Both did not bring a solution. Has anyone had the same experience and or a solution for it?

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