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About idontknowwhattodo

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  1. I tried. Everything works fine via HDMI. But I really want to make use of the build in usb hub.
  2. Yes that could work, but my laptop has only one USB-C port which is the charging port. So I would have to connect to the screen via HDMI and the USB-Hub would be useless, which removes the whole purpose of this setup. Thanks anyway.
  3. Thank you for the quick reply! Unfortunatly nothing changed. Nothing is connected to the screen and still the same issues occur.
  4. Hey Guys, I have a really weird issue and after surfing and trying out different solutions I thought maybe you could help me. I have my laptop connected to a screen via USB-C. The Screen acts as a USB-Hub and my mouse and keyboard are connected to the screen aswell. So basically the only connection between my laptop, mouse, keyboard and screen is one USB-C cable which is also charging the laptop. Usually this setup runs smoothly without any random disconnects or display issues, but whenever I do something that is a little more power consuming, or more intense for the graphics card, like playing CS:GO my screen starts disconnecting and reconnecting rapidly. This usually happens when the laptop is fully charged. I'm using a Lenovo ThinkPad E495 with a Thinkvision T25m screen https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-e-series/E495/p/22TP2TEE495 https://www.lenovo.com/ph/en/monitors/t25m-10 I thought it has something to do with the power settings on my graphics card and after changing the graphic cards power plan to "battery optimization" it seemed to work for a bit. But after playing some time the issues started happening again. TLDR: Screen including USB-Hub with mouse and keyboard is connected to laptop via USB-C and powers it. No problems doing office tasks, surfing, watching videos etc.. Random disconnects and reconnects when playing video games, usually when the laptop is fully charged. I'm looking forward to replys and suggestions. I hope this is the correct forum, otherwise feel free to move this thread or just leave me a note and I create a new one somewhere else. Best regards, an isolated gamer who doesn't know what to do.