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Hi, I connected my monitor and my ethernet cable to the dockingstation SD400V, But there is no connection at all. No internet access and no image on my monitor. Can you help me?

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I had trouble with this Docking Station.
Use USB 3.0 and try this:
1) follow this instructions: http://support.euro.dell.com/support...l=pl&s=gen&cs=
2) restart, unplug docking station
3) install this software: http://www.displaylink.com/support/downloads.php, version 6.1
4) restart
5) plug docking station
After all, it should working.
In any questions, write: pawel_surowiec (at) o2 (dot) pl

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