XPS 15 (9560) Drivers

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by cloud023, May 22, 2017.

  1. _sem_

    _sem_ Notebook Evangelist

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    Just if it happens to affect the bug, since it is a known change in the last BIOS.
     
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    [sito_web] Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello guys! Any news from driver world?
    In the mean time Dell updated bios: from 1.9.1 to 1.9.4 LINK

    Changelog:
    1. Improve startup stability when the RTC battery voltage is low.
    2. Improve WiFi switching stability when Dell thunderbolt dock TB16 is disconnected during sleep.
    3. Prevent ghost key trigger while pressing multiple keys at the same time.
    4. Prevent wake on malfunction in AC mode while battery depleted.
    5. Change default setting to Prompt on Warnings and Error
     
  3. cloud023

    cloud023 Notebook Guru

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    1.9.4 reset my BIOS again, otherwise ok.

    I'll update the drivers page again once 1803/1804 is released
     
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    [sito_web] Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Guys! Any news?
     
  5. epguy3

    epguy3 Notebook Consultant

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    Realtek audio driver with MaxxAudio integration & application software v6.0.1.8425

    (MS Update - 109.4Mb) (Dell - 333Mb)

    either download should work with the XPS 15 (9560) laptop - also v8425 may support Win10 RS4 (v1803)

     
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    trvelbug Notebook Virtuoso

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    windows updated my intel display driver again and this new one seems to be worse than the old one. can someone direct me to the link where it describes the proper way to uninstall/install the driver. i thought i had it in my bookmarks, but apparently not.
     
  7. pressing

    pressing Notebook Deity

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    I used DDU. Then installed latest driver from Intel's site. That generally gives you clean install of latest driver and prevents auto updates (well, if you have Dell's auto update software installed I don't know)
     
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    Yup. Then, if Windows still installs over the driver, go in to Device Manager -> Display Adaptors -> Intel HD graphics. Under the 'driver' tab, hit 'Roll back driver' and, when prompted, 'Previous version of the driver seemed more reliable'.

    This worked for me a while back and I'm pretty sure that it's the advice of @GoNz0
     
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    thank you so much guys!
     
  10. cloud023

    cloud023 Notebook Guru

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    Massive updates using drivers from the newly released 9570 + new realtek audio drivers, Intel & Nvidia drivers and associated acceleration libraries have been updated as well.
     
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