How to Fix Dell XPS 13 Display Driver Problems – Best review and report

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One of the most common complaints about the Dell XPS 13 is that the display may flash, flicker or produce a message that the display driver has crashed. Luckily for owners of the laptop, Dell has identified and fixed the issue with a January update to the Intel HD Graphics driver.

Here is how to download and install your new Dell XPS 13 Display Driver:

1. Go to the driver page. You can find it here.

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2. Click Download File. 

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3. Click Run.

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4. Click Yes when asked if the driver can make changes to your PC.

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5. Click Install when the Update Package window appears.

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6. Click Next in the setup program.

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7. Click Yes to accept the license agreement.

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8. Click Next on the Readme screen. The driver will begin to install, and your screen may flash. This is normal.

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9. Click Next when the setup operations are complete.

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10. Click Finish after deciding when to restart your computer.

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Once the computer restarts, you’ll have the latest driver, and, hopefully, no more screen issues.

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