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jeansolle
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Use external monitor and the hp Spectre keyboard while folded

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HP Spectre 360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I use an external monitor on my HP Spectre, and would like to fold the PC to use the keyboard only (ie the PC screen against my table desk) . Unfortunately, when I fold totally the PC under this configuration, the keyboard locked itself  automatically (like being in tablet mode). 

 

Hence only possiblity to use a external monitor is to keep the PC normally open (ie without folding it), but then i have in front of me 2 screens : the monitor and the PC screen, which is not optimal. 

Any solution? Tks

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I finally found the solution on the net: disable Intel(R) integrated sensor solution 

not perfect as a bit manual, but works for my purpose...

So strange that HP did not develop an in-build option for this, as using an external monitor is such a normal thing to do on a notebook.

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I finally found the solution on the net: disable Intel(R) integrated sensor solution 

not perfect as a bit manual, but works for my purpose...

So strange that HP did not develop an in-build option for this, as using an external monitor is such a normal thing to do on a notebook.

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