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In reply to arulchris’s post on September 4, Please click on the link below on how to update drivers in compatibility mode: I appreciate your efforts in solving the issue. This site in other languages x.
Dell Latitude E Display Cable. At worst, you will need a new display cable, but you should not need to replace the lid, inverter, bezel, etc.
E6510 1366×768 to 1920×1080 direct swap?
Exchange offer not applicable. Also Tried using latest driver from Microsoft update As soon as the driver gets installed the Internal Display turns off and I had to connect External Monitor. E are all LED, should not be an inverter. Hi, I am still having the same issue More Cables From Dell.
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Was this information helpful to you? I have tried that too. Hi, Thank you for the response. The images represent actual product though color of the image and product may slightly differ.
Commander WolfOct 31, This thread is locked. I highly recomend storing all your drivers in MDT in the following order: Tank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community.
Sounds like either you have a whack driver in your share OR Plug and Play is grabbing the wrong driver.