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XPS 13 (9350): Freezes On 'Restart' (but Not On Cold Boot)


In my case: 1) Internal microphone does not work, 2) After using alsamixer, sound works for a couple of hours and then stops working. Open a new terminal window and start alsamixer. Open a terminal and enter echo -e "\n# remove psmouse because we want the mouse to work over I2C bus\nblacklist psmouse" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf sudo update-initramfs -u We have Wouldnt have bought this if I'd known that. Source

Click on "Install Now" to proceed, and finish the installation. Once this is done proceed with the installation. If so in which case?For the keyboard, no backlit it's a shame. Comment 37 Francisco Cribari 2016-04-04 20:37:15 EDT Dell XPS 13 (model 9343), bios A07, Fedora 23, kernel 4.4.6-300.fc23.x86_64, alsa-lib and alsa-ucm version 1.1.1-1.fc23.

Dell Xps 13 Force Shutdown

My apologies Idefix - I mis-read your post and thought you were referring to cold starts, not 'rebooting': my mistake, sorry! It is possible indeed, see my other article : ryan power saver download is blocked for me? You won't be able to vote or comment. 012XPS 13 9350 freezes at dell logo on reboot, but boots up fine from cold boot. (self.Dell)submitted 1 year ago by sstoveldHey guys, I bought my XPS Would definitely recommend this guide although I wished things could work without having to use the 4.1 kernel.

Also, you don't have to create a new bug report. And yes, that's the bug, this is supposed to happen automatically. To happen automatically alsa-ucm (the needed config files) should be installed by default. Reboot the machine, and fix the internet connection again.

Not sure how things are in the US, but over here a well configured X250 is significantly more expensive than the XPS. I’m for sure more sensitive to this aspect than a regular user since I type tens of thousands of words a week, and I’ve been used to ThinkPads and their excellent After all this is one of the two main problem of this bug (the > other being the driver crashing after some use time). > I think I did a clean These things really help.

Disabling secure boot Now you need to disable secure boot, if this has not been done yet. Also Intel FBC is not enabled by default in the current kernel. Did I download the wrong file? Yesterday we downloaded a massive Win10 update - a couple of hours to download, an hour more to install...

Dell Xps 13 9350

All the drivers are up-to-date, as are all the MS upates, which are set to automatic. Do the above setting survive reboots and power cycles? Dell Xps 13 Force Shutdown Incidentally, I didn't have this problem until it seems April 4. The variety of machines Fedora can be installed on is huge and we have not even a tiny fraction to test on.

Power cycling the Machine works. The XPS just feels great to handle. The dmesg messages are as I quoted before. I don't know if anyone is experiencing similar problem?

I might be wrong, but personally I'd ask the shop for a replacement and if that one performs just the same, the consider an alternative. You can find this on the right side of the start menu. Comment 52 Igor 2016-04-14 12:22:32 EDT @jwboyer: thanks! I would try removing pcie_aspm=force.

I can only imagine it was one of the following because the amazing battery life happened after the below happened (so I recommend you do them all): - A Windows Update I am on Sierra right now so if there's anything that won't work let me know! Can you keep us updated how alsamixer went for you?

Reply Andrei Girbea June 22, 2016 at 2:19 pmFor those who asked, I put up together an article on how I feel about the XPS 9350 and how it compares to

Interesting is that in this thread [1], some buyers claim that their XPS 13 came with this one. Andrei Girbea March 6, 2017 at 12:38 pmyou should check, but I don't think they sell that config without a UHD screen Sjaak Blaauw September 16, 2015 at 12:41 pmAnyone having First you need to obtain a vanilla El Capitan download from the Apple app store, you will need access to an existing OSX installation to do so. GitHub Search for: Categories Linux Quick Tip Terminal ZSH Recent Posts [Quick Tip #4] Scale QT application on HiDPI displays.

I'd recommend to enable CONFIG_ACPI_REV_OVERRIDE_POSSIBLE again until I2S mode works a little bit better out of the box, I'm also available to test it out in advance if needed, given I I have 15 days to try them out. I'm blind, so rather than worrying about a good screen, my focus is on a good processor and ram (I have to install software which reads the screen to me which Check This Out pulseaudio 7.1.1, alsa 1.0.29.

Everything was fine, but of course the wireless wasn't working. ie. When you run sudo touch /System/Library/Extensions && sudo kextcache -u / after booting without caches, check if all your kexts are in the list of kexts you get. Also, if I go into BIOS/UEFI and re-boot from there, it boots back to Windows okay: Windows will just not restart itself.

Here's a quick breakdown of what each one is for in case you're ever looking for something here: ACPIBatteryManager provides a battery% indicator AppleHDA_ALC256 also called a dummy audio kext, this I reverted grub back to default, but no cigar.