HP ZBook Studio G3 Owner's Review

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  1. NRP007

    NRP007 Newbie

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    Hi Sander,

    I tried a new cable, no difference.

    I looked in/at the BIOS but didn't see anything that looked obvious. I'll look again as I'm unfamiliar with the specifics of BIOS options. I also looked a the Nvidia Control panel but there were no audio options.

    As much as I would like the audio through the HDMI port, as it seems to me it should work, I'll take a look at the USB audio interface - thanks for the suggestions.

    Once again thanks for your help and letting me know what you find, when you do. Appreciated.

    Sincerely,
    -Peter
     
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    Hey Sander,

    Update: No need to test, though maybe to check.

    It appears that the Nvidia drivers weren't installed, or the ones that were didn't handle audio. I searched and downloaded from latest Nvidia drivers and it now works like a charm.

    -Peter
     
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    speakerdamage Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Peter,

    I was going tot test it for you later today.
    But very nice to hear that it does work now!
    Congrats.

    Going to test it anyway, always nice to know how (and if) things work.

    Maybe we talk later . . .


    Kind regards,

    Sander
     
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    Varis Newbie

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    Got the machine and it seems like a very fine machine!

    It is having an issue with brightness fn+f5 and fn+f6 buttons under windows 10 though. The buttons do not work. Anyone know of a fix or have them working under win10?
     
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    Hi Sander,

    I know this doesn't directly effect you but wanted to let you know that as of tonight, after applying the latest HP Critical Updates sp74283 / sp74284. My computer doesn't get past boot unless I remove the 950 pro SSD. So far, a clear step backwards for HP.

    -Peter
     
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    speakerdamage Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Peter,

    Because my Zbook Studio G3 has run into multiple problems at the moment I had to send it back for a replacement.
    So I can not check this for you, sorry.

    Hope you, Samsung or HP can solve this problem for you.

    Otherwise I would recommend the other Samsung Nvme drive which I had suggested earlier (SM951 NVMe: OEM version).
    This drive works perfectly and doesn't need the special Samsung drivers.

    Good luck to you . . .


    Kind regards,

    Sander
     
  8. maunakea

    maunakea Notebook Consultant

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    Do NOT put a Samsung 950 SSD in a G3 Zbook. inoperative.
    Google: problem samsung 950 hp zbook g3
     
  9. vigorito

    vigorito Notebook Consultant

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    Can anyone tell me hot to remove 2 error messages

    first one is while notebook is booting (warning mashine is not in commited state)

    second one is post message from bios please recover electronic label by hp tool
     
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    Hi folks. New to the site. Anyone have thoughts on trying the SM961 nvme with this?
     
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