[Guide] How to control fans on Dell Laptops under Windows

Discussion in 'Dell' started by valuxin, May 27, 2017.

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Does this solution work for you?

  1. Yep :)

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  2. Nope T_T

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  3. Scared to try :c

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  1. maffle

    maffle Notebook Enthusiast

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    I just found this thread. How come, no one knows if it works with the XPS line too, for example, XPS 15 9560 or maybe even the new model 9570? Anyone ever tested it?
     
  2. alexhawker

    alexhawker Spent Gladiator

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    AFAIK, this hasn't worked for any models released in the past ~6 years.

    So....don't hold out any hope.
     
  3. vincenteuterpe

    vincenteuterpe Newbie

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    Hello. Thank's a lot for your work! I'm not sure to do the right thing because i'm not sure to understand correctly what you mean about this sentence
    "": You have to put OP "bzh_dell_smm_io_x64.sys" (or x86) side by side with my EXE."""
    Could you explain what you mean and how to do it this please ?

    Best regards from france in Paris.

    Vincent.
     
  4. spektykles

    spektykles Notebook Enthusiast

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    Working on Dell 7577 BIOS 1.5.0, you must choose Override in EC Control. Also the fan on 7577 can go up to 6000rpm, but the sw only max out at 5000
     
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