PC HDMI problem when boot up with Kamvas 13 plugged-in
I've recently purchased a Kamvas 13. (S/N:B2DE6SH03859)
Happy with the tablet in general, however I'm experiencing a problem:
Whenever I cold boot my PC with the Kamvas plugged in to the HDMI port, the HDMI port fails to start operating.
Since the HDMI port is inactive, it becomes impossible to use the Kamvas or any other device plugged to the HDMI port.
(The Kamvas displays the "No Signal" message in this case.)
So in order to prevent this issue, each time I am to cold boot the PC I first unplug the Kamvas and then do the cold boot. I then plug in the Kamvas to the HDMI port and it just works fine.
(Restart or unplug-plug does not solve the issue, by the way. Only a cold boot with the Kamvas unplugged fixes the problem.)
Though this solves the issue, it is far from being convenient as a solution.
I shouldn't have to remember this extra step before each cold boot. Besides, this plug-unplug routine may cause an early wear out in the port and the connector.
Help would be appreciated.
P.S. I have the latest driver for the Kamvas and latest updates for Windows 10. No problem with the 3-in-1 cable or the HDMI port either, since the tablet works fine unless the PC hasn't been cold booted with the Kamvas plugged in.
P.S. This problem occurs only with cold boots. Restarts or wake ups do not cause this issue.