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HP Pavilion 15-cs1975nd
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have the same problem as described about a year ago in this topic by another member of the communty: https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/DisplayLink-docking-station-for-dual-...

 

My HP notebook is not working properly when it is connected to any docking station with a 'display link' chipset. (I tried a StarTech and a Fujitsy docking station). Connected Mouse and keyboards show hick-ups and are multiplying key-output from time to time. This is so annoying that those docking stations are useless in combination with my 15-cs1957nd notebook.

 

I tried different keyboards and mouses (wired and wireless, HP and non-HP branded). Also all drivers (Intel, StarTech, Fujitsu, Keyboard and Mouse) are up-to-date.

 

I find it disappointing that I found a topic from more than a year ago with the same problem as mine in this forum. One should think HP would have fixed this problem by now?!?

 

Alas, the workaround provided in the older topic about this problem doesn't work for me (can't find the correct driver in the download)

Maybe anyone here can help me with a proper solution for this problem?

 

 

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Seems a recent BIOS-update solved my problem!

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