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2 External DisplayPort Displays Not Working - Latitude e6530

Q: 2 External DisplayPort Displays Not Working - Latitude e6530

I am trying to configure three displays - two external monitors plus the built-in laptop display on my e6530. From what I can determine (based on my research so far), my configuration should be supported. Here are what I think are the relevant details:

Dell Latitude e6530 docked to an E-Port Plus replicator
Intel core i7 processor, with Intel HD 4000 graphics (up-to-date graphics driver)
2 external Dell monitors, both connected via a straight DisplayPort cable (not an adapter cable)
Windows 8.1

I have followed the instructions from the Dell knowledge base on configuring 3 displays on a Dell notebook with Intel HD 4X00 graphics, including the listed sequence of turning off the laptop power, then connecting to the dock with both external monitors connected.
I can get any combination of two displays working (I want extended desktop). This includes mobile display + Monitor1, mobile display + Monitor2, or Monitor1 + Monitor2. The Intel HD graphics control panel correctly recognizes both external displays as connected via DisplayPort. All three displays are recognized in both Windows and the Intel HD graphics control panel.
When I attempt to extend my desktop to the third monitor, it automatically disconnects the second monitor. I cannot get all three displays to be active at once. Like I said, according to all documentation from Dell and Intel this configuration should be supported, but it is not working for me. Any help would be appreciated!

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Preferred Solution: 2 External DisplayPort Displays Not Working - Latitude e6530

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)


I have a Dell Latitude E6530 with Intel HD 4000 video drivers, and Win10 Enterprise. This morning I downloaded and installed 6 recommended updates from Dell including the newest video driver.  Suddenly my docking station only seems to support 2 monitors at a time instead of my normal 3. The Intel Driver version is   This is NOT the best time for this garbage to happen

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I have a Latitude E6530 config:

Intel Core i5
Intel HD 4000 graphics
E-Port Plus APR (2 DisplayPorts)

I'd like to buy a 4K Monitor for use with this config. Will I be able to use it on 4K resolution?
I use a Dual Display. 1st is my laptop's built in FullHD screen, and the 2nd would be the 4K monitor.

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Each time I plug in my USB 3.0 external hard drive into my Dell Latitude E6530's SuperSpeed ("SS") USB 3.0 ports, I get the message:  "This USB Mass Storage Device can transfer information faster if you connect it to a Super-Speed USB 3.0 port.".
At first I thought it was a driver issue but I downloaded and installed the latest USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver drivers I could find and I am still getting USB 2.0 transfer rates.  How do I fix this issue?

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Everything was working fine and then I had to go and upgrade the RAM.  I upgraded it from 8 to 16 GB.  At first the USB ports and audio both did not work.  I updated drivers and the USB ports seem to be working OK.  The audio still is not working.  I have re-installed the chipset drivers and the audio drivers.  Still nothing.  Dell recommended a bios update.  I tried that twice and it failed both times.

I am at a loss.  Please help.

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Hi, I just got the new Kaby Lake (Intel's 7th gen) Spectre x360 and ran it through its paces. It seems to be a solid machine, but there's one serious issue so far - external displays flashing on and off, at least when hooked up with a USB-C Thunderbolt 3 to DisplayPort adapter (this one from CableMatters: http://amzn.to/2gKQrVR. What happens when I connect external monitors (1 or 2-3 via DisplayPort MST) is sometimes they work fine.Sometimes, if I disconnect and reconnect, they start flashing on and off.Sometimes, the whole laptop freezes upon connection (happened twice today so far).And finally sometimes the externals are not working at all - the system detects them, but selecting Extend or anything in multi-monitor mode just reverts back to Single.Oh, and this happens once: http://i.imgur.com/Su9zInD.png http://i.imgur.com/qG9K8yC.png - the external display got stuck in a 640x480 generic mode and would not turn on.As you can see, it's a [email protected]$%*. Here's a video of the flickering/flashing (case #2 above): https://youtu.be/OkngFs_h2xk. Both the laptop and the 7th gen Intel chip are relatively new, so I haven't been able to find a thread discussing potential culprits, or fixes from HP. Here's a similar issue with EliteBooks http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/External-Dual-Monitors-and-Lapt..., but I don't know if they're related. I do have a buddy with the same system who's gone through seve... Read more

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I have a Dell Latitude E7450 laptop with a E-Port Plus II port replicator connected to two external monitors using DisplayPort which will not output to multiple monitors.
I have another Dell model and when placed on the port replicator with two external monitors connected, booting into BIOS/UEFI the screen is cloned onto each monitor. However, when doing the same with a brand new Dell Latitude E7450 only one screen is active - the other is off. Within Windows itself, I can only have 1 monitor connected to the port replicator. If I undock, I can run 3 monitors independently indicating an issue with the dock rather than a hardware limitation with the laptop itself.
I believe the above tests eliminates the OS or driver issue and highlights a compatibility issue between the new Dell Latitude E7450 laptop and E-Port Plus II port replicator. I have tried this on 2 separate machines with the same results. I have also updated both the graphics drivers (Version, A16) and the BIOS (Version A04) to the latest releases. I have also tried using DVI cables as well as swapping out the port replicators. Nothing works. In Windows 8.1 itself, it actually shows as two monitors active, but one is not on. If I swap out the monitors to a different brand, I get the same result.
Is there a BIOS/UEFI setting I need to change? Is there a newer port replicator or update I need?

A:Dell Latitude E7450 compatibility with E-Port Plus II with external Dual DisplayPort monitors

Did you resolve this issue and, if so, how? I have the same laptop (but running Windows 10) and the same docking station with the same results.

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Hi there,
I wanted to know if Latitude 7480 can support USB Type C adapter to HDMI.If not, can it support USB Type C adapter to DisplayPort?
Also, is multiple external displays supported (extended mode- 2 monitors)? (1 from the hdmi port + 1 from the USB Type C port with an adapter).

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Does anyone know if the Latitude E7240 can support two external displays without a dock? Can you have one plugged in to the mini displayport and one in to HDMI and output just to these displays?
Or is it limited to just the laptop display and one single external display?

A:Latitude E7240 - Dual External Displays Without Dock?

Hi ag-asanchez,
The Latitude E7240 uses an Intel HD Graphics 4400 GPU and so can support up to 3 independent displays, not on dock. In order to use both the onboard screen and 2 external displays both the HDMI and MiniDisplayPort will need to be connected to external displays.
With the Intel Driver,, installed and two external displays connected, the following option should enable 3 independent displays.
(from the notification panel)
Intel HD Control Panel >> Output to >> Extended DT (options here for clone or extended)
Intel HD 4400 Graphics Driver
Please see the following Intel guides for more information regarding a multiple display set up for the 4400 GPU.
Intel HD Graphics 4400 - Configuration 3-Displays FAQ

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Does anyone know if the Latitude E7440 can support two external displays without a dock? Can you have one plugged in to the mini displayport and one in to HDMI or USB and output just to these displays?
Or is it limited to just the laptop display and one single external display?
Currently I'm using windows 10 operating system.

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I'm using a Latitude E7440 with a Dock and two monitors connected to it. (Both with DVI)
Sporadically (often already shortly after starting the laptop) one or both of the monitors are going black for about 5 and come back after.
I already tried several things to fix the issue but haven't been able to find a solution yet.

What I've tried so far:

Update to latest BIOS
Use different display driver
Used a different dock
Mainboard replacement
Installed latest MST HUB FIrmware
Disabled Display Port in the monitor settings
At this point I don't know what else to do to fix this issue and I'd really appreciate any help from others.

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Trying to clone the laptop display (1366x768) to a TV (1920x1080) via HDMI on a Latitude E6530.
Extended desktop allow for proper aspect ratios and resolutions on each, but when I clone/duplicate the displays the resolution drops to 1024x768.
Confirmed both displays are operating at 60Hz, whether cloned or extended. TV is operating off of the NVS5200, laptop via the Intel HD4000.
Tried rebooting/unplugging both. Working on updating drivers, but don't think that's the issue given the same computer will happily clone a 16:9 projector at full laptop screen resolution.

A:Clone displays limited to 1024x768 on e6530 NVS5200

You ever find an answer to this? I'm getting the same thing ever since I went to Windows 10. Can't clone in the Nvidia Control Panel either.

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Hi, I have a 2+ year old Thinkpad x250 which I've connected to an external Philips 24" monitor, using a VGA to HDMI cable - VGA from the laptop to a HDMI port on the Philips.  This connection is used purely as an extender from my laptop.   This has been working perfectly till last week when I decided to replace the VGA-HDMI cable with a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI version.  I thought I might as well utilise the DisplayPort on my laptop since it's there.   When the 2 devices were connected, the Philips couldn't be detected even with Display Settings on Windows 10.  I had to reinstall the monitor drivers and reboot, then all was good - till I shut the lid on my x250.  Upon opening up the lid, the Philips had disappeared from the extender profile and I had to repeat the setup process to get it to be detected again. Though this was really inconvenient, I put up with this for 2 more days before this whole process failed permanently.  Nothing I did could get the Philips detected.  What was more surprising was that going back to the old VGA-HDMI cable now didn't work either.  I repeated this whole cabling circus act with another good monitor and got nothing as well.  The only connection that would work now is a VGA-VGA cable and I'm in a worse (video) position than when I first bought my x250! I'm hoping someone out there may have seen this before and can give me some clues with troubleshooting.  ... Read more

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I'd like to get a Blu-Ray burner for my E6530 but All I've been able to find with the custom OEM faceplate and the ejector addon are DVD burners.
If there was a Blu-Ray drive option, what are the Dell part numbers? If there wasn't, what model of Panasonic BD-RE drive might the pieces from the Panasonic UJ8C2 fit?  It just wouldn't look right to fit a drive in with the standard, flat face.

A:Was there a Blu-Ray option for Latitude E6530?

It's unlikely there were internal blue-ray options -- these generate quite a bit of heat. If you really need one, strongly consider an external drive -- not an internal because of that.

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Just got given an E6530, minus a battery and "plus" some darkness in the lower right corner of the display.
It's the lowest resolution option that was available. (Of course a county government would go with the cheap option.)
I know there was a 1920x1080 option for the LCD. What other models used the same lids and displays? What's the Dell part number for the 1920x1080 lid?
I don't care if the housing colors don't match, I just want the top resolution. Mix-n-match will make it customized.
Just finished wiping the drive and doing a clean install of Windows 7. Now to get all the drivers. (Someone in the county's IT department screwed up the recovery partition, or replaced the hard drive with one not-from-Dell.)
P.S. Posting is broken in Firefox 51.0.1 32bit. I click the I'm not a robot box, it gets a green checkmark. I click post and it takes away the checkmark and tells me to check the box above.

A:LCDs compatible with Latitude E6530?

Parts-people.com has a couple of FHD screens listed.  Looks like the back cover assembly doesn't need to be changed, but the display wiring harness does.
There is a note that states that the FHD screen is for systems that already have FHD screens - it may not be possible to upgrade what you have without also changing the mainboard (it's far from inconceivable that the FHD screen may require a mainboard with discrete rather than the Intel GPU yours almost certainly has) -- so call before deciding (what) to buy.

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Hello. Need help guys. I am stock. I have big problem with bios. 
I have Dell Latitude E6530.
I had bios version A12. I need to upgrade bios to A13. I red that I need to downgrade to A03 than write A13. After successful downgrade I went to bios to switch SATA to AHCI. After apply this I got black screen. I wait 20 minutest and nothing changed. I turned OFF and On, and laptop didn't boot. I opened case to remove CMOS battery and I saw that battery cords are damaged. I live in small city. There is no Dell service. Local service found image of same laptop model and flashed it directly into bios chip. After this laptop boots normaly. But I can not upgrade or downgrade bios.
I have same serial. but other mac address.
Off bios runs well but after restart nothing happens. Under Windows 10 or DOS (pen drive) nothing works to write bios.
I downloaded FPT and try to flash bios but I receive  Error 280: Failed to disable write protection for the BIOS space!
Here are screen shots of OFF flash utility.

How I can update my bios? 
PLS help me. There is no information in Internet about my problem ((((

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Hi, my problem is:
Dell Latitude E6530 (win7),when trying to update the bios from A9 to A16, nothing happens.
The bios updater seems to do what it is presumed to do (no error signs), then the computer restarts, and the bios is the same old one (A09), instead of the A16 that I am trying to install. I also tried the other bios versions available online (A11, A12) but all do the same thing.
I tried it with a bootable USB key, or from within windows, as it is described in various posts here in the forum, or in the dell support text. It does not work either.
is there any solution for this?
Thank you in advance!

A:latitude E6530 - no bios update possible

Hi horia_m,
I’d advise that you load defaults in the BIOS and then try updating the BIOS. Please follow the steps mentioned below to load the BIOS to defaults.

Reboot the computer.
When prompted during POST, press the <F2> key to enter the setup screen.
On the System Setup screen, press the <F9> key.
Press the <Enter> key on Yes to Load Optimized Defaults and restart the computer.

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I got a Dell Latitude E6530, bios A07. Is it recommended to update the bios from A07 to A17 before the win 10 upgrade? Is there any problems that might occur during the A17 bios update? Of course, I'm cautious about power cuts etc.

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I'm having many issues with my E6530.  It seems to have a mind of its own.  Sometimes, the keyboard stops working and then other times it starts typing random letters.  The cursor will also click around randomly and windows will open. There's not rhyme or reason.  I've updated the BIOS and drivers, but the issues still occur and it seems to be more frequent now.  I scanned the laptop for viruses and malware and it came out clean.  I'm not sure if reinstalling Windows will fix these issues or if it's hardware based.  Could the motherboard need replacing?  Any help is appreciated.  Thank you.

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Can anyone tell me if a 15mm drive will fit in a Latitude E6530?

A:15mm hard drive Latitude E6530

No, it won't.  

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Hello everyone. Im a firswt time writer longtime viewer. I have a problem with my touch pad on my laptop where it has seemingly disconnected and stopped working. my first step was to then uninstall the drivers and try to reinstall the new one here http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=2FYHT but i am in able to install it after unpacking it. Nothing seems to be working.

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my Latitude E6530 have an Intel HD 4000 and a NVS 5200M GPU, they switch  automatically. Recently FPS performance has dropped  dramatically and i suspect the used GPU is  stuck  on Intel HD 4000. 
In the NVIDIA control panned I have set global preference to High-performance NVIDIA Processor and added all the *.exe to the program setting list. This has done no improvement. If your wondering this is just some random performance drop i have been getting 10 FPS on Assassins creed 4 on LOWEST POSSIBLE SETTINGS, no way it could be this bad. 

A:Dell Latitude E6530 Not switching to NVS processes

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hi, i have a problem with my battery. the battery LED blinks amber 3 or 4 time then white and the laptop battery charges fine but soon as i remove the power cable the laptop turns off. At the BIOS it show that the battery is normal and fully charged. there are no warning sings for the battery too. please help thank you

A:Dell Latitude E6530 battery Problem

What is the adapter type shown in BIOS? Can you check with another adapter or battery on this system? Does the light on the adapter stays on when un-plugged from the system?
Please click my DELL-username and send me a Private Message with the Dell Service Tag number and your email address.

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I get new e6350 laptop. Installing some software and uninstalling Dell provided software (trend micro and some other). After last boot all things was correct. Now asking BIOS password. I know 100%  that I don't set master password (BIOS). I even don't configured dell security manager.  How I can remove this stupid master password. I have over 20 years experience in computer management.
Local customer support said that in the past has happened, that removing the Dell software it will start prompt BIOS password. This is sick!
All that I can google is are billed services. :(

A:Latitude e6530 BIOS password /1d3d/

Hi Kristo,
Please Private Message the Service Tag and the name as it appears in the records (Click on my name and then click on start conversation). I will try to get you a master password.
Please reply with the information. I will be glad to help you.

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I work at a technical college and we are doing Windows 10 deployments.  The Latitude E6530 is on Dell's list of compatibility for the Windows 10 Anniversary update 1607.  I upgraded one of these laptops for a faculty person and after upgrading it is very slow.  I updated the latest video, network, chipset drivers and still the laptop takes a long time to bring up the login screen.  The laptop got even slower after encryption with Microsoft Bitlocker.  Is anyone else having similar issues?

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I have an latitude E6530 which was working find but not used allot. One day it powered up but did not even get to the dell splash screen and it shut off. I checked the error leds and it told me it did not recognize the memory (solid hdd, blinking battery, blinking wifi). I performed the "static" eletricity discharge and it still did the same thing. I let it be for a day and tried again and it starded up fine. I ran a post test and it passed with flying colors.
The next day it gave me the same issue. I cleaned the contacts of the memory cards and seated them one by one and interchanged them but no change
I cant imagine it is the memory since it worked but i cant find anything else. I also disconnected the button battery for a few seconds. No change.
Has anyone encountered the same issues and if you did how did you solve it?
Thanks in advance.

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if i plug in my ac adapter i have a permanent FAN activity. the noise disturbs at work.
if i run on battery the fan still stoped - no more activity.

whats happen?

thanks for help

A:Latitude E6530 - permanent FAN activity on AC input

Hi  intensovwd,
Welcome to the Community,
Try updating the BIOS using the link below :
Note:While updating BIOS,AC adapter should be plugged in,battery should have more than 10% charge and all external peripherals (USB devices) should be disconnected from the system.
If the issue persists even after updating BIOS,run the hardware diagnostics (tap F12 on start up,Dell logo),select Diagnostics.
Post back error code/message if any.
Thank You  

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I have a Latitude E6530 running Windows 7 with updated with all drivers just a few days ago and this problem still persists:
When I connect a USB device to any of the super speed ports, the CPU usage goes up. Looking in the task manager, I can see that the items Interrupts and System are both consuming ~10 CPU. As this is a multi core machine, this essentially means that 100% of 2 threads are completely blocked.
This problem started a few years back when I did a complete driver update (I had a replacement BT card that didn't work and I thought that updating the drivers would help, unfortunately the BT card was broken and the update gave me broken USB drivers instead :(
If I hibernate the computer, the problem goes away after it wakes up again, but as soon as I connect a USB device to any of the USB3 ports, the problem comes back.
Any thoughts on what this is and what I can do to fix it?
Best regards,
Stefan Burstrom

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Hi all. Since upgrading my E6530 to Windows 10 the other day I can't get my fingerprint reader to work. Two issues: First, when I installed the new DDPA it told me my ControlVault drivers did not meet the minimum requirements. However I can't find any newer drivers anywhere. Second, when I try to use the fingerprint reader to log onto WIndows I get the message "Fingerprint not verified' even though I enrolled the prints with DDPA and with WIndows.
Any help here?  Thanks .......... Rob

A:Dell Latitude E6530 Fingerprint Reader Issues

I have the same problem, also I could 't find the finger print setting in my security console, see below my image.
Any body please help us with these problems.

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Need help figuring out why this thing is so slow. Passes all diagnostics test but response is much slower than computers with half the specs. Has all updates and has ran many hours but still painfully slow.

Windows 10 Professional (x64) Version 1709 (build 16299.125)
Install Language: English (United States)System Locale: English (United States)Installed: 12/20/2017 2:56:07 PMServicing Branch: Current Branch (CB)Boot Mode: Legacy BIOS in UEFI (Secure Boot not supported)

System Model
Dell Inc. Latitude E6530 01System Service Tag:<Service Tag removed> Chassis Serial Number: DSD2MX1Enclosure Type: Laptop

A:Latitude E6530 fresh install win 10 pro very sluggish and slow.

This thing is so bad it takes over 10 minutes to boot up with basically no programs installed.

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Laptop: Latitude E6530
OS: Win10 Pro
Recently installed Windows 10 on my E6530.
Installed Dell SupportAssist to detect and install adequate drivers fast and easy.
The problem is that DSA doesn't present adequate drivers. For example: DSA says the current BIOS version is A13. My computer (Setup/BIOS and Windows>System Information) report A20. It's more possible that the computer/BIOS gives the correct info.
DSA also present drivers that already are installed (the very exact version of each). That it does not present correct updates for exclamation marked drivers (Device Manager) is something we are used to, even if one always wish that someday the driver detection system will get you that information (so that you doesn't have to surf around on your own to find it)...
So the conclusion is that Dell SupportAssist, in this case, doesn't fulfil its mission. And the question: What will be a better (if not easier), and more secure way, to get the correct and needed drivers (the purpose is to get a system as “clean” as possible - i.e. not overloaded with unnecessary drivers and software)?

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Hi,I recently upgraded my Latitude E6530 to Windows 10 successfully. asisde from finding a SD card reader not working (PCI bridge device was disabled in Dev manger) everything is working great.I am hover missing one feature i had while running Windows 7.UnderControl Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power OptionsChange Plan settingsChange advanced power settingsI used to have an option for Dell enhanced ..somethingThis would give me the option of several fan speed profileseg Ultra cooling, silent , normalI have all the latest drivers installed fo rmy service tag FP8JSY1?Inc Dell commndManagement_Application_P52W9_WN32_2.2.0_A00.EXEIve also tried Dell Power Manager ApplicationSystems-Management_Application_P52W9_WN32_2.2.0_A00.EXESystem-Utilities_Application_3N7TV_WN32_2.1.0_A00.EXEI may have access to these profiles in bios but a switch them around regular depending on my current so I wish to continue to be able to change from inside the OS.Any hep on how to get this feature back appreciated.Cheers

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I'm trying to update my Laitutde E6530 to the A20 Bios update but every time I try to run the E6530A20.exe file in Windows 7, it doesn't open and Windows won't open any new programs or even shut down until I power my laptop off and on again.   Basically running the update kills Windows.
I've tried running in Windows Safe mode, but that doesn't work either as Windows complains the program crashed.   I can't get the update to run at all.  I've verified the file is not corrupted as the SHA256 hash matches.
I successfully updated to A19 in the past, but A20 just kills Windows.
Any ideas on how I can update the bios?

A:Latitude E6530 A20 Bios update hanging Windows

I tried running the old A19 update and that also hung.  I've updated to that in the past so something must have changed on my machine.

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We have a dell e6530.

It is a documented issue that the following can happen:

1) Pressing the power button causes the light to be on but a black screen to show
2) after 15 times eventually it boots to windows

I've seen alot of responses that say "run diagnostics" or remove the battery and ac.

Has anyone else had this issue? Does it need a new motherboard? Someone even mentioned to flick the hinge with the laptop closed.

Anyone have any ideas on a solution that would work?

Thanks again.

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I recently bought Dell U2415 monitor. Monitor is connected with my laptop Dell Latitude E6530 through dell docking station. display is connected through mDP. I am getting no output on screen and simply message that no signal from computer in following scenario. Laptop is still running with plugged in. i lock computer and turn off monitor by pressing power button from monitor. if i come back after some time and switch on monitor. i get error that no signal from computer,move keyboard or mouse. i do that and nothing happens. monitor get display only if i switch off my computer and switch it on. thing is my computer also hangs and won't let me do anything until i do  hard restart of system. attaching few screenshot for settings. color selection is set to paper with everything default. could you please help me with resolving this issue?

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OK. I am quite tech savvy and have gone through a very vast majority of scenarios to try and diagnose the issue with the PC.First, I got this laptop second hand. I know enough about it to know I shouldnt have purchased it.

Problem: Original problem: Laptop wouldnt reboot or shut down normally at all on Windows 7 Pro 64.
New Problem: I decided to wipe it and load a copy of Windows 10. Although it powers down normally. Now Laptop chooses to properly boot randomly. Otherwise it powers on, blinks the HDD light, 30-seconds on the dot, it powers down. No video, no backlight, no splash screen. It also does a bizzaire reboot procedure.
It will not boot with AC Power attached. Only battery.
Ive now narrowed down a few boot up sequences that make it work (85%+ on the time)

- Remove Both Memory DIMMS. Insert 1 DIMM in Slot 2 (top slot) and boot. Shut down and install 2nd DIMM.

-Remove Coin Battery and reset CMOS

-Holding down the shift key a few seconds while booting or shortly after booting seems to allow it to boot most of the time.

Restart Problem: Unit goes to shut down. Power light stays on then goes off. HDD< Batt and WiFi light up. HDD flashes 1 time for 1-second interval. If I push the power button, it turns on.What Ive done:

-Replaced RAM
-Replace Coin Battery
-Reseated CPU
-Checked all connections to MB
-Downgraded from A19 to A18 BIOS
-Upgraded back to A19 BIOS
-Went through every BIOS setting
-Went through every Windows 10 power setting (hybrid power disabled)

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I have the same problem on a Dell Latitude E6530 from this post : en.community.dell.com/.../20013042
(I cannot answer in the original post, the forum gives me an error).
I use Windows 10 Pro 64 bits (1703).The BIOS is up to date : version A20 (05/08/2017).
When I plug ou unplug a device on the USB 3.0 ports (right or left port), the System process goes up to ~15% CPU usage. I have to sleep/resume or reboot to have a normal CPU usage.The CPU usage is taken by the ACPI.sys (found with Windows Performance Recorder).
This problem does not happen with USB 2.0 (rear port) or E-SATA port on right.
What can I do ?

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We are deploying Windows 10 64 bit Enterprise and I recently updated two models:  the Latitude E5540 & Latitude E6530.  On the two laptops I worked both models were very slow.  I updated all the hardware drivers - Nic, Video, Chipset.  We are deploying Windows 10 build 1607.  We are not deploying the Creator's Update - 1703 yet.  Both these laptops are on Dell's compatibility list as being tested.
To secure our laptops we also use Microsoft Bitlocker which makes them even slower.  Has anyone come across issues?

A:Both Latitude E5540 & E6530 laptop models slow after installing Windows 10.

Are they equipped with 8G of RAM?  If not, they're going to be swapping a lot to disc - which will be slow if they're running conventional hard drives rather than SSDs.

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Latitude E6530  Chrome remote desktop gets disabled every time I reboot. I use about 8 computers with Chrome remote desktop this is the only one with an issue. I can set it all up and it works until its rebooted and then it shows up as greyed out and not online after a reboot. If I re enable it again it works again until a reboot. Then for  every time I re enable it it creates a new greyed out version in the Chrome remote desktop list of computers. 

Windows 10 Professional (x64) Version 1709 (build 16299.125)
Install Language: English (United States)System Locale: English (United States)Installed: 12/20/2017 2:56:07 PMServicing Branch: Current Branch (CB)Boot Mode: Legacy BIOS in UEFI (Secure Boot not supported)

System Model
Dell Inc. Latitude E6530 01System Service Tag:<Service Tag removed> Chassis Serial Number: DSD2MX1Enclosure Type: Laptop

A:Latitude E6530 Chrome remote desktop gets disabled every time I reboot.

Have you tried the suggestions described here? support.google.com/.../
This wouldn?t be a hardware model-specific issue, FYI. This is either something different about Chrome on that system or Windows on that system.

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I just got a new laptop, and I'm having trouble connecting all three external screens as I used on the old machine. On the old computer I connected two screens using the d-ports on my docking station in combination with one display using the hdmi port in my laptop. Now, with my new computer, I can either connect two screens via the d-port's on my docking station, but then the hdmi port does not work, and the display says there is no signal coming out of my computer. When I pull the two d-port cords out, the hdmi port starts working automatically. 
- Intel HD Graphics 5500 (same as the old laptop)- 3x Dell U2415 screens
Is there a way the hdmi port on my laptop can work simultaneously with the d-ports on the docking station while it is docked? (It worked fine on the old one)  

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Upon installation of System Detect I get this parsing error. I cannot reinstall .Net Framework as it is now part of the Windows 10 system and no longer standalone product.

A:Windows 10 Latitude E6530 System Detect installation gets: Parsing Error 0xC00CE556 .NET Framework 4.6.1

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Just as 4K displays were becoming more affordable and widespread, it seems as though industry standards groups are preparing to up the stakes again. Apple's 5K iMac still isn't a high enough resolution for the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA),...

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A:VESA readies DisplayPort 1.4a standard with support for 8K displays

it is likely that we will see 8K TVs become more readily available before 8K computers do.Click to expand...

It is likely the only reason to have an 8K computer would be to use an 8K TV as the display.

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I am using Dell Latitude E6530 Laptop which has two graphic cards
Intel 4000HD
Nvidia NVS 5200M.
I am unable to use Nvidia card for playing games e.g GTA IV on laptop screen. Game plays on Intel HD card.
I have already changed default setting on Nvidia Control Panel.
Nvidia Card only works whenever I attached my laptop with Samsung TV through HDMI.
I have done many settings but on Laptop Screen only Intel HD 4000 works.
Please guide me that how can I use Nvidia Graphic Card on Laptop Screen.
Nadeem Anjum

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I have a Dell Latitude E7440 ultrabook running Windows 10 x64 version 1607I bought a 3-port mini DisplayPort adapter to allow me to connect up a DVI-D monitor or a VGA device.I find that the adapter only works if I connect a VGA monitor and that its DVI (A or D) and HDMI outputs produce nothing - no device is detected under any scenario - hot-plug/re-boot connected/connected on driver re-installThe support matrix of the Intel HD4400 graphics on this model is unclear - I can't find any support info that describes exactly what type of monitor the mDP port can drive and under what connection scenarios.I presume that it must support DisplayPort monitors without an adapter and that it also supports VGA via an adaptor to meet the requirement to deploy to older projectors.However, it is marketed and badged as having a dual-mode Display Port, so should support single DVI-D and HDMI lanes to be compliant with the DisplayPort spec. - yet it appears not to.I have the latest Dell version of the Intel video driver installed - which, at the time of writing, isVideo_Driver_G7Y13_WN32_20.19.15.4531_A05I tried to install a newer vanilla-Intel version ofwin64_154036.4703but the installer failed with an error message about the manufacturer requiring modified drivers, so I did not pursue the matter further. I don't want to lose functionality by trying a non-Dell version.The separate HDMI port will drive an HDMI monitor (LG W2261V)I have the latest BIOS.

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I recently upgraded my Latitude e6530 from win7 to win10, after a month or so I started experiencing getting a endless loop of "system recovery" startups that I struggled with- after that went unsolved for 3 days and left me laptopless, it managed to boot up properly once, then after I thought i'd try to defragment my drivers and pray I closed it for the night only to reopen it the next day to a black screen that says "No Bootable devices" then options like f1 to retry, f2 for setup utility, and f5 to open the preboot system assessment. none of these options have lead to any answers.
so now i'm using a friends laptop to ask for help- I tried looking for results by searching for win10 issues for days so I thought id try looking into the actual laptop for things like how to factory reset if it comes to that or for different "f1-f12" startup options that I don't know about. I don't know, i'm clueless at this point.

I'm sure it has to do with the windows system- like somehow my computer doesn't have any operating system on it? I don't know, If possible I'd like to resolve this without losing my files and stuff but i'm willing to lose them all if needed
any help is appreciated.

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I have a Dell Latitude e6440 (Intel+AMD video) with the newest BIOS A18 and the newest video drivers.  It is connected to an ePort Replicator 0PKDGR.   I have a Displayport cable connected between the ePort and an ACER 43" 4k UltraHD monitor at 3840x2160.
When I resume the Laptop from sleep/standby/hibernate, the screen flashes bars and sometimes completely turns off for a few seconds.
If I reboot, then everything is fine.
I've tried:

Making sure the bios and drivers are all up to date.
I had an unrelated issue about 2 months ago, and my motherboard and cooling fan were replaced.  So I'm assuming the motherboard is newer/better if there was ever a fix for this issue, but not entirely sure.   Since the Intel/AMD graphics are on the motherboard.  They were replaced.  The issues remained before and after.  
Tried turning off hibernate.  Using only regular standby.  Issue persists.
Tried turning off standby and only using Hibernate.  Same issue
It seems to happen more when the system is being used more.  Cooling fan runs more often.
Tried a different Displayport cable
Tried a different displayport connection on the EPort, DP1 vs DP2

Might be a coincidence, but I was just trying something and switched my monitor from Displayport 1.2 to 1.1.  The resolution of the display went down to 2k.   Then I switch back to DP 1.2 and the issue seems to have gone away.   I'm going... Read more

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