Go to Device manager, expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers and right click on USB root hub and uninstall. Right click and install all the USB root hubs and restart the system. This will install the USB controllers again. Check if the USB ports work now. Reply with the status.
im trying to get best from radeon hd 7730m. im tried lots of driver. modder leekm builds... modder leshcat builds.... im used some modder's enduro dx9 fix. this option adding something to catalyst control center and realy giving more fps for some...
Any news? I also have exactly the same problem :(
I've done the following BIOS - Inspiron_7520_A07_BIOS.exe (10/23/2012): DRIVER - Video_AMD_W7_A01_Setup-N8PHN_ZPE.exe (7/12/2012): an no bluescreen BUT now sometimes i get a BLANK dark screen , eg let the screen switch off and it comes back blank when i hit a key Any ideas ?
inspiron 7520 with radeon 7730m problems is a long story. first im read bsod problems in forums. but not all users affected. im little panicked but im buyed newer build this machine and never see bsod. windows 7 windows 8... lots of drivers useless...
best windows 8.1 install is fresh insrall. no upgrade over windows 8 installation. no upgrade installation hard one is activation key for windows 8 not work with standart windows 8.1 installation dvd. some noticed u must change iso and need add someting.
After trying out a couple of games, noticed the "slideshow" effect mentioned before, despite setting the games as High Performance in AMD Catalyst. I saw that there was an update waiting in windows update: I installed this updated, rebooted and then installed AMD Catalyst from AMD site
Sorry I correct myself wasn't looking properly - editing away my errors.
That's a start. It shows that Dell is at least listening to us. As long as the black screens are gone and games perform well, I will be satisfied. I'll probably upgrade to 8.1 in the next few days and let you know my experience.
Windows 8.1 drivers now officially show up on the Inspiron 15R SE 7520 product page: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/ServiceTag/
The question is, do you have to do that for every single game? Like, if you wanted to run Skyrim, would you have to delete Starcraft, wipe your saved profiles, and set Skyrim to high performance? The fact that you had to go through so much trouble is not a good sign.
UPDATE : Laptop runs on a aluminum stand on side of desk, 2 external 1080p monitors, internal display shuts off its self. laptop runs silently then the fans roar, for a good few minutes at a time. So i unplug both screens, and the fans are a bit quiter, however are now constantly running.
Here is a complete guide Cool 1- Introduction and daughter card WITH mSata I bought a DELL Inspiron 15R SE laptopt in July, without the mSata, since the option wasn't available.. After 5 months of calling/emailing DELL...
Btw, is there an offical BKM to update the driver? On the driver page it says just doouble click. I am having a hard time thinking it can be that easy.
If you chose the 32G mSATA cache drive option, you'll have the daughterboard. If you did not, the daughterboard will not be in the system.
In the radio control option, if I select both the Wifi and WPAN, the wifi light works fine. If I just select wifi, the light is always on. And there are still error message whenever I open the mobility center. Error found! Submit this issue to the Quickset owner.
I was getting the sideshow in Diablo 3 as well (not even sure i was getting 1 FPS TBH), I just gave up and restored back to the default install that shipped with the laptop (i had a backup).
Yes - the last update of Intels Bluetooth solved also my Dell XPS error Big Smile
The problem seemed fixed to me. The screen was ok, the drivers were ok, the Catalyst Control Center seemed be working, but when i tested StarCraft 2 it was a slide show. Im having problems with StarCraft 2, its like 3 fps, terrible. And yes, the CCC is set to run SC2 in High Performance.
Personally I only got the 32GB drive, so I'm using it with Intel smart response and Intel rapid start. I think it has sped things up a bit, but not that impressive. If I had thought about it a bit more I would have gotten a bigger drive and used it as a boot drive!