Dell XPS 13 2015 Broadwell Infinity Display Owners Thread

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  1. Subir

    Subir Newbie

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    Hey again guys!

    I managed to get my Wifi working so that's good! I'm not really sure what did it but at least it seems to work now.

    So I have just been going through the plethora of Windows Updates that are showing up and I have noticed this one driver available that seems to be for the LAN USB to Ethernet Adapter (see attached image). I am just wondering if I should bother installing this seeming as everything seems to be working fine currently. Am I better off just sticking to the drivers available on the Dell website?

    Also I have noticed whilst typing this and other things that I occasionally get double spaces using the keyboard on here. Which is slightly annoying!
     

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  2. HCW

    HCW Notebook Deity

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    You do not need to install any drivers from Dell and I would suggest that you don't
     
  3. TBundz

    TBundz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I just updated the WiFi driver and now I can't stay connected for more than 5 minutes. Does anybody have any idea why this is, or how to fix it?
     
  4. alexhawker

    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

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    Roll back to the known working driver...?


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  5. TBundz

    TBundz Notebook Enthusiast

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    I tried to do so but the Roll back button is not clickable
     
  6. alexhawker

    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

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    Which OS?


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    TBundz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Windows 10
     
  8. HerrKaputt

    HerrKaputt Elite Notebook User

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    Hi all,

    I have a XPS 13 9343 with all the bells and whistles: 512 GB SSD, i7, QHD+ display, 8 GB RAM, etc. However I've had multiple problems with it, including the by now well-known "no bootable device" problem with 512 GB SSDs.

    I am going to return this laptop. I am typing this now to figure out whether I should buy another XPS 13 (probably Skylake) or if I should go for another model. This laptop seems to get quite hot even with mild gaming -- for example, FTL and Fallout 2 both put the motherboard temperatures around 95ºC.

    Could other owners report here their configurations and temperatures under mild games?

    Thanks,
    HK
     
  9. alexhawker

    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

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    Read through the windows 10 threads - you'll need the tool to hide that driver update.

    Good luck.


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  10. abd_97

    abd_97 Notebook Guru

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    Has anybody installed this touchpad firmware update released today?:

    Dell Touchpad Firmware Update View details
    9343_Firmware_T792T_WN32_18.1.48_A00.EXE | Update Package for Microsoft® Windows® (13 MB)
    Firmware |
    Release date 20 Mar 2015
    | Last Updated 05 Oct 2015
    | Urgent

    NOTE: This firmware update is for Windows 8.1 only, NOT for Windows 10.
     
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