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How to connect zbook 15 to 230W advanced docking station(A7E38AA)

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ZBook 15 G2
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a Zbook 15 G2 mobile workstation, and I recently got the HO 230W advanced docking station(A7E38AA).

But when I tried to attach my laptop to docking station, I noticed that my laptop does not have any ports to the back of it, which is needed to attach it to the docking station.

Does anyone know how do I connect them?

Do we need any additional cable for it?

Thanks.

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visruth
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Hi,


Page 16: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04493862

In the bottom of workstation, there is a docking connector.

See this video for how to connect docking station to the connector in the laptop

https://youtu.be/garUaxnuFGk


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Visruth
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Thanks for the reply but it did not help me.

Problem is, the bottom of my workstation is flat and does not have any docking connector or any other slots.

How do i connect my workstation to docking station in  this case?

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In the manual of your model workstation is written - connects an optional docking device

So to know if your specific model came with this option, provide your mobile workstation product number.

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