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	© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard
Development Company, L.P.
Microsoft, Windows, and Windows Vista are
U.S. registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation. DisplayLink Logo is a
trademark.
DisplayLink™ is an official software
development partner.
The information contained herein is subject
to change without notice. The only
warranties for HP products and services are
1  Getting started ............................................................................................................
.................................... 1
Identifying components ........................................................................................................
................ 1
Top and front components ................................................................................................... 1
Rear components ...............................................................................................................
Left component ................................................................................................................
.... 3
Index .........................................................................................................................
.......................................... 20
This chapter identifies the visibl
e hardware features of the HP USB 3.0 Port Replicator and provides
NOTE:
The port replicator may have features t
hat are not supported by your computer.
  ComponentDescription
(1)
 LED power lightOn: The port replicator is on.
(2)
USB 2.0 ports (2)Connect optional USB devices.
Identifying components1
  ComponentDescription
(1)
Power connectorConnects the 
port replicator AC adapter.
(2)
USB 2.0 ports (2)Connect optional USB devices.
(3)
USB 3.0 ports (2) Connect optional USB devices.
(4)
Audio-in (microphone) jack Connects 
Audio-out (headphone) jack Produces comp
uter sound when connected to optional
RJ-45 (network) jackConnects a network cable.
(8)
HDMI port Connects an optional vid
eo or audio device, such as a
high-definition television, or any compatible digital or
audio component.
(9)
DisplayPort Connects an optional di
gital display device, such as a
high-performance monitor or projector.
2Chapter 1   Getting started
Left component
When you are viewing the port replicator from the 
rear panel, the security cable slot appears on the
 ComponentDescription
Security cable slot Attaches an opt
ional security cable to the port
replicator.
The security cable is designed to act as a
Identifying components3
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to your equipment:
Plug the power cord in a grounded (earthed) out
To ensure the correct performance of all port replicator features, connect the port replicator to an AC
power source using the port replicator power cord.
Connect the AC adapter to the power connector 
Connect one end of the power cord to the AC adapter 
, and connect the other end of the
4Chapter 1   Getting started
To connect the computer 
to the port replicator:
Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB 3.0 port 
(1)
 on the rear of the port replicator.
NOTE:
Be sure to connect the USB cable to the USB 3.0 port 
 on the port replicator as
indicated below. The connection may not function pr
operly if the USB cable is connected to one
of the other USB ports.
Connect the other end of the USB cable to a USB port 
 on the computer.
NOTE:
The computer USB port identified below is a USB 2.0 port; however, for a faster
connection and better performance, use a USB 3.
0 port on your computer if one is available.
To ensure that the computer does not initiate
 Sleep or Standby when the display is closed:
Open the Windows Control Panel Power Options page, and then click the 
Advanced
In the 
 section, click 
Do nothing
 from the 
When I close the lid of my portable
 list, and then click 
NOTE:
For instructions on accessing the Power Options page, refer to Help and Support on the
computer.
Use DisplayLink to configure the display of a monitor attached to the port replicator for computers
running Windows Vista and XP:
Click the 
DisplayLink
 icon in the Notification area, at the far right of the taskbar.
To set the external monitor as an ex
tension of the primary monitor, click 
– or –
To set the external monitor as a copy of the primary monitor, click 
Mirror
– or –
To set the external monitor to be the only display, click 
Notebook monitor off
– or –
To set the external monitor to be the primary display, click 
Set as main monitor
DisplayLink provides fewer options for computers running Windows 7. Use Windows Display
Properties by pressing the 
Windows logo
 key + the 
 key for display configuration on Windows 7.
DisplayLink allows you to optimize the display for video, check for updates, and configure advanced
NOTE:
When first plugging in the port replicator to
 a computer using Windows 7, Windows Display
 appear and the ex
ternal display will automatica
mode as the default.
If the computer is running Windows 7, ri
ght-click on the desktop, and then select 
Screen
Resolution
– or –
If the computer is running Windows Vista, 
right-click on the de
sktop, and then select
Personalize
Display Settings
– or –
If the computer is running Windows XP, righ
t-click on the desktop, and then select 
Properties
– or –
To set the external monitor as a copy of the primary monitor on computers running Windows 7,
select 
Duplicate these displays
.To set the external monitor as 
a copy of the primary monitor on
computers running Windows Vista or XP, select 
This is my main monitor
In addition to the display properties described above, Windows 7 allows you to configure some
additional display settings using the 
Windows logo
 key + the 
 key. Press the 
Windows logo
 key + the
 key on the keyboard to configure settings that will allow display on the computer only, duplicate
display, or extend display.
Using additional 
The DisplayLink software offers additional features
 for configuring monitors
 attached to the port
replicator for computers running Windows Vista and Windows XP:
Screen Resolution
—Changes the resolution of the external monitor.
Color quality
—Changes the color depth of the external monitor to 16 or 32 bit.
Screen rotation
—Rotates the display of the exter
nal monitor 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
—Turns the external monitor off.
Advanced
—Opens the Windows properties box.
For computers running Windows 7 and Windows Vi
sta, the following option is also available:
Optimize for Video
—Improves the video playback experience on the display attached to the
port replicator.
If the computer connected to the po
rt replicator initiates Standby (Windows XP) or the Sleep state
(Windows Vista and Windows 7) or Hibernation, the monitor turns off. When the computer exits
Standby, Sleep, or Hibernation, the connected moni
2Using the port replicator
Operating systems
—For optimal performance, use the por
t replicator with HP or Compaq
computers running the Windows 7, Window
s Vista, or Windows XP operating systems.
—To use port replicator features, AC power 
must be connected to the port replicator.
NOTE:
It is recommended that AC power be connected to both the port replicator and to the
computer if you plan to use the port replicator for more than 10 minutes at one time.
Connecting and disconnecting
—The port replicator can be c
onnected to or disconnected from
Step 2: Connecting to the computer
on page 
 and 
Disconnecting the port replicator 
on page 
External devices
—When the port replicator is connect
ed to a computer, external devices may
be connected to the ports on the port replicator or to the ports on the computer.
Port replicator guidelines9
10Chapter 2   Using the port replicator
The port replicator has six USB ports: two USB 2.
0 ports on the front panel, and two USB 2.0 ports
and two USB 3.0 ports on the rear panel. Use the USB ports to connect optional external USB
devices, such as a 
keyboard and mouse.
NOTE:
Be sure that the external device is compliant 
with the port replicator power specifications.
Using a noncompliant device may disable the port to
Troubleshooting 
on page 
Connecting USB devices11
The port replicator can also be connected to an exte
rnal DVI display device, such as a monitor or a
projector, through the DisplayPort. The USB 3.0 po
rt replicator supports video connections to the
HDMI port and the DisplayPort at the same time.
NOTE:
The DisplayPort supports only DisplayPort mo
nitors. It does not support DisplayPort-HDMI,
DisplayPort-VGA, or DisplayPort-DVI converters.
You can connect the port replicator to an external video or audio device, such as a high-definition
television, or to any digital audio components, through the HDMI port. The USB 3.0 port replicator
supports video connections to the HDMI po
rt and the DisplayPort at the same time.
NOTE:
To transmit video signals through the HDMI
 port, you need an HDMI cable (purchased
separately).
12Chapter 2   Using the port replicator
You can connect headphones or speakers directly 
into the headphone jack on the port replicator. In
addition, you can also connect analog audio devices.
NOTE:
Do not connect more than one audio device to the port replicator.
NOTE:
The headphone jack on the computer is disabled 
when an audio device is connected to the
port replicator, or when the port 
replicator is connected to the HP
 USB Notebook Speaker (purchased
separately).
To connect analog audio:
Connect one end of an audio Y-cable (purchased separately) to the headphone jack on the port
replicator 
(1)
Connect the other end to the red and white audio-in
 jacks on your television or stereo equipment
. Refer to your television or stereo equipment user guide for the jack names and locations.
Connecting audio13
NOTE:
To install a security cable:
Loop the security cable around a secured object.
Insert the key 
 into the cable lock 
Insert the cable lock into the security cable slot on the port replicator 
, and then turn the key.
14Chapter 2   Using the port replicator
3Disconnecting the port replicator
To disconnect the port replicator fr
om the computer, follow these steps:
Click the 
Safely Remove Hardware
 icon in the Notification area, at the far right of the taskbar.
Click 
Safely Remove USB Docking Station
Safe to Remove Hardware
 message is
Disconnect the USB cable from the computer 
 and then disconnect the port replicator 
4Troubleshooting
The following tables list possible problems and the recommended solutions.
General use and connection problems
ProblemPossible causeSolution
The power light is off.The port replicator is not connected to
AC power.
Connect the power cord to the port
16Chapter 4   Troubleshooting
When the port replicator is connected to
the computer, both the WLAN and the
LAN are connected.
Switching from the WLAN connection to
the LAN connection is not supported.
Disable the WLAN connection:
If you are using Windows 7 or Vista:
Control Pane�l
Hardware and Sound
Windows Mobility Center
Turn
wireless off
– or –
Click the 
Show hidden icons
arrow in the Notification area, and
then click the 
HP Connection
 icon.
In the HP Connection Manager
window, click the 
WLAN power
If you are using Windows XP:
Control Panel
HP Wireless Assistant
Turn
off
– or –
Click the 
Info Center
 icon in the
Notification area. The Control
Panel opens. Select 
HP Wireless
Assistant
Turn off
Cannot uninstall DisplayLink core
software using 
Uninstall a program
Windows 7 or Vista; or using 
Add or
Remove Programs
 in Windows XP.
 Using 
Uninstall a program
 in Windows
7 or Vista, or 
Add or Remove
 in Windows XP, uninstall
HP USB Docking Video
automatically uninstalls DisplayLink.
ProblemPossible causeSolution
Headphones or other audio device
connected to the computer do not
produce sound.
Headphones or another audio device is
connected to the headphone jack on the
port replicator. Using the headphone
jack on the port replicator mutes sound
through the computer.
Disconnect the headphones or other
audio device from the headphone jack
on the port replicator, or use the device
connected to it.
 More than one audio device is
connected to the port replicator.
Be sure that only one audio device is
connected to the port replicator.
A microphone connected to the
computer does not work.
A microphone is connected to the port
replicator. While a microphone is
connected to the port replicator, the
microphone jack on the computer is
disabled.
Either use the microphone connected to
the port replicator or disconnect it.
A connected home entertainment
system does not have audio.
Audio is not connected properly.Be sure that the port replicator is
properly connected to the home
entertainment system.
Solving common problems17
ProblemPossible causeSolution
The screen resolution of an external
monitor connected to the DisplayPort
cannot be changed.
The monitor attached to the DisplayPort
may be a dual-link monitor.
Use a single-link monitor.
Fonts and other characters on the
external monitor appear large.
The external monitor screen resolution
is higher than the maximum limits of
1600 x 1200 or 1680 x 1050.
Using the software 
on page 
.
http://www.hp.com/
support
The computer monitor does not work.The external monitor has been
disconnected from the port replicator
before the port replicator was
disconnected from the computer.
Disconnect the port replicator from the
computer, and then disconnect the
external monitor from the port
replicator.
A video device connected to the
external monitor port on the computer
displays a black screen when playing
Blu-ray or other protected content.
The port replicator does not support
viewing Blu-ray or other protected
content on an external display device
connected to the external monitor port
on the port replicator.
Use the display device on the
computer.
18Chapter 4   Troubleshooting
http://www.hp.com
) provides product news and software updates.
If you cannot solve a problem using 
the troubleshooting tips in this ch
apter, you may need to contact
support.
For the fastest possible resolution of your problem,
 have the following information available when you
call or e-mail:
Model name and number for the computer and for the port replicator
Serial numbers for the computer and port replicator
Dates the computer and port replicator were purchased
Conditions under which the problem occurred
Error messages that have been displayed
Hardware and software you are using
The manufacturer and model of components con
nected to the computer and port replicator
The serial number and other information for the po
rt replicator can be f
ound on the service label
located on the bottom of the port replicator.
To contact support using yo
ur HP computer, select 
Help and Support
Contact support
 to
start a chat session with a support specialist.
For U.S. support, go to 
http://www.hp.com/
go/contactHP
For worldwide support, go to 
http://welcome.hp.com/
country/us/en/ww
Here you can:
Chat online with an HP technician.
NOTE:
When support chat is not available in a partic
ular language, it is 
Find support telephone numbers.
Locate an HP service center.
Getting more information19
analog audio13
audio connection
analog13
audio, connecting13
audio-in (microphone) jack2
audio-out (headphone) jack2, 13
computer
connecting5
sleeping5
connectors
power2, 4
DisplayPort2
DVI display device, connecting
external devices9
HDMI device, connecting12
HDMI port2
headphone (audio-out) jack13
Help and Support19
audio-in (microphone)2
audio-out (headphone)2, 13