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permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]duwood 2 points3 points4 points 10 months ago(2 children)Has anyone found any dock from any company that will work? permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]ishbuggy 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(1 child)It's definitely CPU related. I also have access to multiple 9350s and docks and been able to replicate the same issues on each of them. Have a look at Advanced Linux Sound Architecture/Troubleshooting#Pops when starting and stopping playback and Advanced Linux Sound Architecture/Troubleshooting#Popping sound after resuming from suspension. Source

I burned it in during all tests to see if warm-up would cause speed loss, but throughput remained constant at gigabit speeds.* USB3:Tested performance with external SSD, and compared throughput to No resolve. This page covers the current status of hardware support on Arch, as well as post-installation recommendations. The second replacement XPS he received solved the issueGiven the impact of the factors above (Airplane Mode, distance from the PC, the BIOS update impacting WiFi, etc) it seems very possible

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Click Insert product link4. PS I have the DA 200 adaptor for when I eventually get a new machine (which I will have to do soon). Mine prompted me to restart again. I had to review the windows dump file to find out that it is being caused by the USB driver for the Thunderbolt docking station.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]jasonlitka 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(2 children)Are you sure that's the right part? Then someone pointed out that when they went and looked in Device Manager that "ASMedia USB3.0 eXtensible Host Controller" still had the old driver listed. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]agua_moose 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(2 children)Thanks, weirdly they don't show against my service tag. Dell Xps 13 Thunderbolt Port Keyboard and mouse connected to dock.I've got first, and will attempt the latter on Monday. (I'm away from the dock until then.)Sadly, my support rep didn't have that information .... 45

Was (and still is) in airplane mode. Click Select6. Not a big deal. Dell unfortunately has a habit of changing the ‘Last Updated' field of a driver entry even if the driver itself has not changed.

When using at home, the external monitor goes black for about 15 seconds at a rate of about once every five minutes. Dell Wd15 Firmware So far, not too impressed with this $300 accessory, and will probably switch back to the USB 3.0 dock I had before. I don't know if it was a Intel 530 driver or dock issue, but I was having daily problems with video corruption. They're still hot out of the oven The Ventriloquist Ars Praefectus et Subscriptor Registered: May 10, 2005Posts: 4079 Posted: Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:14 pm Yep, there are some early adopter

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Happens on wake from sleep and if you leave the computer alone for too long. I needed to do it anyway for my JetPack.The USB seems to be fine.This will replace several lumps of metal and plastic in my Huge Bag Of Dongle.0Comment| 5 people found Dell Adapter Usb-c permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]IA_IT_GUY 0 points1 point2 points 11 months ago(0 children)I have same setup, same computers. Dell Thunderbolt Dock Drivers noble lock slot 56wHr 4 cell battery 2 USB 3.0 (1 with PowerShare) LPDDR3-1866MHz Height: 0.33 – 0.6" (9-15mm) | Width: 11.98" (304mm) | Depth: 7.88" (200mm) Pricing as of 2016/04/08 $2499.99 -

It seems that when the system wakes up, even though the Airplane icon is visible at the bottom right, it is still using wireless, and the jerky mouse problem persists. this contact form There is no know solution so far. In effect I have a triple 4k monitor setup going. Thanks. Dell Thunderbolt Dock Issues

Find the product you want to reference on Amazon.com2. Go figure - Dell updated the drivers to make them work. We have read in Dell's forums where customers have tried a similar tactic by replacing the Dell 1820 card (which I believe is based on a Broadcom chipset) with an Intel http://grdotnet.org/xps-13/xps-13-9350-and-win-7-again.html I'm glad you got it working.

Wireless The Killer 1535 Wirless Adapter is functional and the ath10k firmware is included in recent linux kernel versions. Dell Da200 Windows 10 Driver Did all the fixes that were listed here. Your fan staying on high for as long as the dock is connected.

This "solved" the problem for us, though it's less than ideal and a hassle to manage if you go between wifi and wired.

If you additionally need audio over HDMI, the driver fixes it.It is pretty ironic this Dell adapter works nearly flawlessly with a Mac that was just released, and can't even work I purchased a pluggable Thunderbolt3-to-dual-HDMI adaptor, and it works out of the box, except for the occasional display glitch that leaves one monitor garbled with vertical lines. I'm at work otherwise I would. Dell Dock Firmware Update Tool You'll probably save some time if you ask the tech to check on conflicts between the Killer card and Thunderbolt, I was on the phone for 90 minutes before my tech's

This is also plain stupid. USB drives are stable. Please enter a question. http://grdotnet.org/xps-13/xps-13-9350-bios-ssd.html Dock fw update sorted it.Following the dock upgrade (audio, network and firmware) Seen no improvement updating audio and network, but did them as a matter of course.

I'm dead serious.