I found that a clean reinstall of 10 fixed my battery issues, I installed the drivers from Dell's website
You can also get 3rd party batteries on ebay for much less...
Depends if the SSD is in MBR or GPT partition table, if GPT you might get away with reinstall, if MBR then would need to reformat.
If windows is installed in legacy mode, you can't change it to UEFI without reinstalling
I get that occasionally too, no fix though - I just unplug the charger and plug it back in.
Just update to the latest drivers on the dell website
It's Broadcom bluetooth (hence BCM), try this:
Thanks Epic, it is curently unnoticeable in normal use so I will keep an eye on it. My IB XPS12 had 2 new screens and this is the 1st replacement...
That's great thanks, I wasn't doubting you, just making sure that there was an issue with my new panel as it's slightly different symptoms to the...
Have you run the IR test or is it just in normal use that there is no IR?
I only ask because I had my screen replaced 2 weeks ago and on the test...
You could try Nirsofts dump edid here:
Touchscreens are not usually retro-fittable as they need a special connector on the motherboard.
I wouldn't recommend running CDM on the 5x1000MB setting on SSD's as you're writing huge amounts of data to the SSD which has limited writes, thus...
Was the replacement screen the same resolution as the old one?
Were you running it on a hard flat surface?
I was running the TP on my XPS 12 but have also just gone back to 8.1 (imaged beforehand).
Mainly I found the wifi too unstable/difficult to connect.
I believe someone earlier in the thread had the same problem - does sound like the wrong part.
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Have you ensured that the BIOS is up to date?
I certainly don't get issues with waking up, and I sleep the machine multiple times a day.
Have you tried installing the latest driver direct from intel?
Yes it is soldered, so no chance of changing it.
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