XPS 15 9560 owners thread.

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by GoNz0, Jan 20, 2017.

  1. _sem_

    _sem_ Notebook Deity

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    Have you tried disabling Wundows Update automatic driver updates?
     
  2. duevvu

    duevvu Notebook Consultant

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    Hi to all.
    After a long time, I would like to make a fresh installation and so I need your help.
    Could someone put here the link of the last drivers?
    Already I have the last one for both the GPU.
    I need the link of the last relase of the other I need.
    Please.
    Thanks
     
  3. King_Khan

    King_Khan Notebook Consultant

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    go to support.dell.com and enter your service ID. It should give you all the drivers for your model
     
  4. duevvu

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    Really thanks for the tips.
    Well, I found a lot of new drivers and also an "important" bios update and because I always I am afraid of a bios update... have u suggestions for me?
    Its a good idea install it?
     
  5. MrBuzzkill

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    Nearly 3 years after my purchase, I have had my first 'issue' with my laptop. Sometimes, a single column of pixels on my 4K panel seems to die out and stop working. At random time intervals, it does however seem to return and work for a random amount of time.

    Anyone else had issues with this and managed to fix it?
     
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    trvelbug Notebook Virtuoso

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    Hello guys. Planning on upgrading my nvme drive but when I look at choices there seems to be a number of form factors for the nvme.m2 slot. Which ones would work with our laptop? Thanks

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    Hey everyone, if anyone needs a right side fan (PN: TK9J1) in the US let me know, I have 1 extra from an RMA. Shipping will cover it :) Please PM me if you need it.
     
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    Interesting.

    I met a "senior" battery engineer and he said that running these batteries cool is fundamental for long-term performance and lifespan. So slow charge / discharge are avenues.

    He also said that cylindrical batteries, as a general matter, perform better than flat ones principally because they don't get as hot. Cylinders don't fit so well in small devices.
     
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