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When I disconnect my laptop for travel, and reconnect thru the docking station, the mouse and keyboard do not work

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SOURCE: Missing Docking Station key

You will have to take the docking station apart until you can see the locking mechanism. Once you can see the mechanism, you should be able to get a screwdriver ron it and release it. Make sure that it releases, don't force it, and most of all, be patient.

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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SOURCE: I have an HP zv5000

At this point, you can't find any such cable, since it is outdated. The only thing I could suggest is try to disassemble the dock to remove the cable, the only problem is you would now need desk space to hold the computer...

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: USB ports in docking station stopped working suddenly

I was having the same problem - the USB ports seemed to have stopped working so I could not use the mouse, keyboard, or printer, even though the monitors and power could still operate through the docking station. Finally, I just unplugged the docking station for 30 seconds, plugged it back in, and everything resumed working. I was surprised it was that simple, but it's working for the moment.

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Docking Station problem

I had the exact same problem. When i undocked the laptop i had to reboot it when i put it back, in order to get the USB devices working. By updating the System Interface Driver, located here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-67228.html , the USB devices now power back up when you redock the laptop without having to reboot the machine.

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Compatibility between HP Quickdock 2.0 Docking Station KN745AA and HP TouchSmart tx2-1020us laptop for external monitor viewing

Your tx2-1020us is not compatible with the KN745AA as this device is only compatible with the following:

  • HP Pavilion dv2700 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6700 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv9700 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv2600 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv4-1000 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv5-1000 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv5-1100 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6-1000 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6-1100 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6600 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6800 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv6900 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv7-1000 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv7-1200 Entertainment Notebook PC series
  • HP Pavilion dv7-2000 Entertainment Notebook PC series
You can find the compatibility chart by clicking here

You can find the compatibility information for the ES631AA by clicking here

To resolve your issue you should purchase one of the following:

To dock your notebook you need the HP QuickDock KN744AA#ABA or

You could get HP Notebook Media Docking Station



Posted on May 15, 2009

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