M6800 Owners' Thread

Discussion in 'Dell Latitude, Vostro, and Precision' started by billxt95, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. Obscureman

    Obscureman Newbie

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    Thanks, Aaron44126. Now it's all right, but I do not understand why I had quality problems at the beginning without the Realtek driver, and now it's ok...
     
  2. epsilon72

    epsilon72 Notebook Consultant

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    Look for part numbers MM77H (AUO) and 9Y6GJ (Innolux). I think the AUO has slightly better color reproduction but it has a slight striping effect in some colors that the Innolux doesn't have. Either one will be way too blue-shifted out of the box but they look alright with a color profile applied to them.
     
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    Thank you, but I ordered the Chimei N173HGE-E11 already. Will report on result.
     
  4. CristiM1974

    CristiM1974 Newbie

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    I love my fast M6800 but I have an annoying problem.
    About once a day or two I get a blue screen error and I need to restart.
    What could be the problem? Faulty memory module?
    My configuration is listed in my sig. I'm running Windows 10 Pro.
    Probably not important, but my workstation has been running 24x7 for the past three years.
     
  5. SvenC

    SvenC Notebook Evangelist

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    I had problems with the Intel hd4600 and FirePro m6100 GPU combination in Win10. Sometimes BSOD, sometimes garbled output on external displays. Had to use an older combination of Win 8.1 x64 drivers to get them working and get Win10 to stop updating to newer drivers from Windows Updates. In the end I got an nvidia GPU replacement under warranty.

    If you suspect the RAM you should run the dell bios diagnostics and check the memory results
     
  6. Aaron44126

    Aaron44126 Notebook Virtuoso

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    Can't be "diagnosed" without details of the bluescreen error message. If you don't recall, download BlueScreenView which should be able to show you the history.
     
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    For some reason I can't upload pictures here.
     
  8. derei

    derei Notebook Consultant

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    Hy, is there any "modded" CPU Heatsink for M6800? Some version with improved heat spreading, or is just the "stock model" available to use?
    Cheers!
     
  9. D.Dastardly

    D.Dastardly Notebook Geek

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    Migrated from Windows 7, or fresh install? UEFI or legacy?

    There is a driver causing the errors, I get them once a week.
     
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    You may want to run memtest86; you'll need a small flash drive to burn it onto, because it runs as its own OS. That does a good job testing your memory. If you get any failures, first try reseating your DIMMs; if that doesn't work, take out all but one so you can run memtest86 against each DIMM in turn. That will help you identify whether you have a bad DIMM or something else is going on.
     
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