Why when i insert my service tag it shows invalid informaton about my device with no support !????
When will Windows 7 drivers be available for XPS M1530 ?
Pleas edit your post to remove your service tag. That is a violation of the TOS and is designed for your security....
Have you recently aquired the system? If so did you register it with Dell.
Since Dell has dropped the XPS line of laptops they may never develop drivers as most Vista drivers work well with 7.
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sorry i didnt know about the TOS.....
How i have to register my device with dell ?
yeah..most vista drivers work but i want to have latest dell drives installed on my operating system...
I think dell solved the problem with some XPS service tag supports !
thanks to dell !
but will DELL release Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit drivers for XPS M1530 !?
IF YES when !??!
I've been using Windows 7 on my XPS M1530 for about a month now. Most of the drivers that Windows 7 finds work fine. Others I've used Vista 64 bit drivers. The only problem I'm having is with the bluetooth Truemobile 355 card. I installed the latest Vista 64 driver and firmware update, but it will not connect with any audio device. It connects fine with keyboards and mice. So, if anyone has a solution, I'd appreciate the knowledge. Thanks in advance.
... most vista drivers work but i want to have latest dell drives installed on my operating system...
If your Vista drivers work, what's the problem?
Wanting Dell to release new drivers, for a model they're no longer producing - just for the sake of it, is pointless.
will DELL release Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit drivers for XPS M1530 !?
IF YES when !??!
If you'd bother to read replies properly, you'd have noticed - that question has already been answered:
Since Dell has dropped the XPS line of laptops, they may never develop drivers, as most Vista drivers work well with 7.
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Ymby, I wish it did help. My XPS finds the bluetooth card but not all devices are working with it. I tried the Dell Drivers, and uninstalled then reinstalled, but some of my BT headsets (from Motorola and Bose) can't be found or drivers installed by the device. It says to dl software from Broadcom and takes me to a site where the drivers should be then says it can't install the drivers.
Thanks for the suggestion tho!