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Top Student
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HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

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Product Name: HP Probook 4530s
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello. I have the same problem when you upgrade to Windows 10 (http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-Systems-and-Software/HP-Probook-4530s-and-Windows-10...  or   http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-Systems-and-Software/windows-10-drivers-for-Hp-ProBo...)




After upgrading to Windows 10 4 devices were not recognized by the system and took a long time to boot.


I installed the driver fingerprint sensor windows 8 and it worked. Which suggested not let me install it.


I have also installed other drivers windows 8 and I updated with the manufacturer (Intel and AMD) the graphics cards and some other that windows update has recommended me.


Anyway still taking 1 min 30 sec to start, as there are 2 devices that are not recognized and for which no drivers. And the Atheros bluetooth driver gives a problem.


HP, please release drivers for these three devices soon. Thank you.














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Top Student
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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

In this link http://answers.microsoft.com/es-es/windows/forum/windows_10-other_settings/windows-10-arranca-muy-le..., is the solution to the problem, that obtained from this other link http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Lockups-Freezes-Hangs/windows-10-extremely-slow-boot-since-ins....


The problem is with the ATI graphics Catalyst driver, with version 15.7.


To solve the problem of slow start, in the registry, change all the DWORD value to 0 in the enableULPS key.  Make a backup of the registry before making changes just in case...


Thus, although I still have the problem with the three drivers, startup is normal in less than 30 seconds.


Greetings and good luck.

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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

HP, still need to solve the problem with the bluetooth controller and the other two drivers windows not adequately recognized.



Thank you.

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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

Hey @geohector,


When I look at the specs of this Product it shows me that there was no Bluetooth Installed on this Notebook.

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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

Hi, I work with computers a fair bit, and encountered this issue with the 4530s as well after upgrading to Windows 10. Having tried several of the 'recommended fixes', none of which resolved the extremely slow startup issue,  I was determined not to let it get the better of me so this is what I did that has finally resolved the problem. (and has been stable for several weeks now)...with approx 5 to 6 second startup running an SSD drive.

  1. Device Manager >  Display Adapters >
  2. Disable Intel HD Graphics  (DO NOT uninstall...just in case !!)
  3. Leave the AMD RAdeon Graphics as is.
  4. Restart Laptop, GO into BIOS  (ESC on restart gets you there)
  6. DEVICES,..., 
  7. Disable Switchable graphics. Save and exit. 

Note: Remember... in step 2 the Intel HD was disabled....However, after disabling switchable graphics in BIOS, you should now note the following in device manager....The AMD Radeon adapter is no longer present, Instead the Intel HD Graphics adapter is active. I tested the above many times (reverted & reset again) to see if the results would vary, and pleased to say it has been consistant. Hope you have the same results if you follow the steps above.

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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

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I tried the method of disabling Switchable Graphics and only relying on the Intel HD Graphics card in this 4730s, and it DOES boot quick, but when it boots the resolution is horrible.  The best available is 1024x768, and there arent any available updates from either HP or Microsoft.  


Does anyone have any insight on the resolution after disabling the switching graphics mode in the bios, or a fix for having switching graphics turned on with Windows 10 so it doesnt delay the boot and doesnt cause a black screen?

Honor Student
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Member Since: ‎11-05-2016
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Re: HP Probook 4530s and Windows 10

How did you guys even get the HP 4530s to get the right Display Drivers for Windows 10, it looks like HP still hasn't released updated drivers for the 4530s...



I have a ProBook 4530s running Windows 7 64bit Home edition. When I did the Windows 10 upgrade about a month ago, the installation appeared successful, but upon booting the computer, at the sign on screen (with the rocky beach picture with the ocean in the background) the screen would just flicker and not allow me to sign in or go past that point. So I went back to Windows 7.


It appears to be a display driver issue but I see that HP has not released any display drivers for Windows 10 for the ProBook 4530s. Even if I had the driver's ready on an external flash drive or something, how am I supposed to install them if the screen keeps flickering and not allowing me to get to the desktop. I have also hooked up an external monitor and the same thing happens... 


How do I get the proper drivers installed -especially Display and Wireless Networking drivers,,,,before doing the upgrade attempt again to Windows 10?


Thanks for any help you can provide!

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