u mean to change resolution every time? if yes there a quicker solution than this, there are a cmd command for reinitialize the video driver, search on google
after do step by step my solution is worked on mine and with other 2 friends xps
the important thing is to disable the drivers autoupdate and overwrite inf files
Nothing to do with resolution change. Just an easy installation of the Chipset as instructed by Dell. This worked for me and quite a few others who posted over the past six weeks that they had a similar experience following the instructions given in MarkMessenger's August 26th message. I have no doubt that your process works as modifying the INF file is all that is needed (see my previous message about this) and this is what Dell's approach does in the simplest most direct manner. But whatever works is fine as a flickerless screen is the desired endpoint.
I'm getting really frustrated with posts suggesting that I disable Windows Update for drivers, disable C-State, or do some other trick to get this to work.
It is not unreasonable to have the benefits of Windows Update and C-State with a laptop that Dell advertises as being Windows 10-compatible.
How about Dell just fixes the effing problem instead of suggesting workarounds?
SHAME ON YOU DELL. SHAME ON YOU DELL. SHAME ON YOU!
It is time for Dell to fix this problem once and for all!!
I wonder if they are even listening or care.
At least they could acknowledge there is a problem and inform us they are working on a solution.
A timeline is also in order.
It is time Dell delivered the laptop advertised!!
Still no reaction from Dell! I'll leave the XPS 13 and change to the new Surface Book.
Very poor service Dell, I am very disappointed!
DO YOU KNOW THAT A BRAND NEW XPS 13 WITH 6-GEN INTEL PROCESSOR IS NOW AVAILABLE (WIN10 PREINSTALLED) ?
IT LOOKS LIKE DELL CAN'T SOLVE THE FLICKERING ISSUE IN THE PREVIOUS VERSIONS