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Problems with Bios 1.6.0 y Dell XPS 9570


Yesterday I installed the Bios 1.6.0 on my Dell XPS 9570 and the screen a 4K Touch started showing saturated buds :Crying:, at first I thought hardware failure on the 4K screen but at the end after many tests I lowered the bios to 1.5.0 and the problem is solved !!, I give the alert and careful to update to 1.6.0, greetings! :Confused:

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as usual, one step forward 10 steps backward for Dell
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I just made a post also for having issues, my laptop is non-touch but system is very unstable now since the that update.


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Please share an image of the issue with the new BIOS.


Please check the system in the BIOS screen to see if the issue persists. I will have this escalated to the product team.


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problems with firmware 1.6.0 continue

I send photos to show what happens, the first 3 photos with firmware 1.5.0 and the remaining three with firmware 1.6.0

All the tests I have done with firmware 1.6.0 in any situation can normalize the saturation of colors.

In the end I had to reinstall firmware 1.5.0

Firmware 1.5.0 Photo 1.JPGFirmware 1.5.0 Photo 2.JPGFirmware 1.5.0 Photo 3.JPGFirmware 1.6.0 Photo 1.JPGFirmware 1.6.0 Photo 2.JPGFirmware 1.6.0 Photo 3.JPG


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With firmware 1.7.0, exactly the same problems occur, it does not solve it

With Bios 1.8.1 is the same problem, they have not managed to solve the problem. the colors are still saturated, but when you return to firmware 1.5.0 everything is normalized
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